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Mon Nov 5, 2012


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Juneau jury convicts John Marvin, Jr., of first-degree murder in the death of two Hoonah police officers. Authorities destroy seven bears in Poison Cove, searching for clues in the death of Tomas Puerta. Sitka police still receiving numerous calls about garbage bears. Ketchikan’s Whitman Lake Dam project gets second life.

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