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Tue Aug 14, 2012

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Cruise dock, harbor rates on Assembly agenda tonight. F/V Evening Star sheen is shrinking. Ketchikan police make drug bust. Icicle Seafoods to pay EPA fines.  Bitumen shipping would travel through Alaska waters.

 

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