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Fri., Aug. 2, 2013

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Campfire caution urged as fire danger grows on the Tongass. Gulf project signals bigger picture look at science. Bald eagle rescued from Petersburg euthanized in Sitka. Ground broken for Soboleff center in Juneau. Walker plans governor run without GOP backing. House majority announces education funding task force.

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