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Thu Nov 15, 2012


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Baines to take leadership of Sitka Tribal Council; resignations follow closely-contested election. Mt. Edgecumbe students learn hands-on biology from Whalefest scientist. Audio postcard: Blatchley students report on Whalefest.

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