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Fri May 3, 2013


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Mayor reports: State of the City better than many. Softball players get their chance to compete on new synthetic turf; trooper cadets help remove pitcher’s mound. Eighteen years after crashing through a Sitka window, “Windex” the eagle found dead of natural causes. Authorities close Stikine River to subsistence chinook harvest.

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