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Tue April 9, 2013

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Hoonah man gets 198 years in jail for murders of two police officers. Chinook quota lowered in Southeast for second year in a row. Sixth-graders interview children’s author during Sitka visit. Legislature rejects Board of Fisheries reappointment.

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