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Wed Oct 3, 2012


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Mim McConnell unseats Westover in Sitka mayor’s race. Hunter tops all vote-getters for assembly; Hackett and Putz also win seats. Cass Pook returned to School Board, along with a yet-to-be-named write-in (likely Jennifer Robinson). School board says goodbye to 13-year veteran Tom Conley. Petersburg elections, schools locked down when domestic violence incident spills onto streets. ANB/ANS to revive traditions at Centennial Grand Camp in Sitka.

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