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Thu May 16, 2013


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Top state official in charge of water quality says cruise ships have cleaned up their act, but copper remains a concern. Winter troll season slow, but prices high. Natural Resources subcommittee to hear smaller Sealaska land claims bill. Petersburg fisherman recovers lost traditional canoe paddles.

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