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Thu Jun 27, 2013


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Backyard craftsman connects to Sitka’s historic boat-building tradition. Sitka Assembly approves deals with two unions representing city employees. Supreme Court ruling on Defense of Marriage Act welcomed by same-sex Juneau couple. Sentencing delayed for Petersburg man accused of assaulting police officers. Leonard Nimoy visit aboard cruise ship excites Ketchikan Trekkies.

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