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The Sitka Assembly will vote on whether to increase moorage fees at Sitka harbors. Former Haines Representative Bill Thomas has filed a letter of intent to run for state office in 2014. Democratic candidate Byron Mallot visited Sitka last week. There’s a new bear cub at the Fortress of the Bear.

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