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Third herring opening on Saturday slower than previous openers. Assembly suspends municipal administrator for two weeks after concluding harassment investigation. Emergency response drill aims for realism. Kake to release NSRAA hatchery chum. Sealaska announces dividends for 21,000 shareholders.

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