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Mon Oct 28, 2013


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Public comment period on KSM Mine closed, but opponents pledge to fight on. Two Sitkans treated for paralytic shellfish poisoning after eating Starrigavan clams. Sitka short-listed for “Roadmaps to Health” prize. Samson Tug & Barge to take over Northland Services beginning Nov. 8. Ketchikan airport named one of the world’s most thrilling?

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