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Tue Dec 31, 2013

It’s our annual year-in-review. 2013 began with an earthquake, and the wild ride never quite ended. A dog in Yakutat fell into a well, some prominent Sitkans fell into even hotter water, a record fishing season and industrial activity paired with federal budget sequestration made for interesting economic times: there was struggle, human loss and tragedy, and an epic story of survival and escape from a landslide.

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