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Mon Nov 25, 2013


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KTUU and GCI continue negotiations, will keep Channel 2 on the air through December 6. Sitka television pioneer on sidelines of broadcast dispute. Silver Bay Seafoods fined $16,000 for tendering undersized crab. With five boats lost, Coast Guard urges Sitka owners to improve care for moored vessels. Petersburg mayor pleased to be back in legislative district with Sitka.

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