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City to consider liquor license protest at Assembly meeting. Science center’s new Scientist in Residence working on bioacoustics. AK First Lady opposes funding cut to sex trafficking unit. Retracing John Muir’s journey in Wrangell. Federal judge dismisses roadless rule challenge.

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Native language bill has personal meaning for Sitka family

Jessie Johnnie's speech was recorded by X̱'unei Lance Twitchell in September 2011. He asked her what students of the Tlingit language need in order to succeed.
Twenty Native languages, including Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian, became official state languages on Thursday, Oct. 23. For Sitka resident Heather Powell, the signing marked a personal victory for a member of her family. more

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