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Wed Jan 8, 2014

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The Sitka School Board approved spending to begin design on a huge new vocational building. A bar in Wrangell made the decision to go smoke-free. The Sealaska Heritage Institute is offering school scholarships to shareholders and lineal descendants. The Coast Guard icebreaker Polar Star stood down from a rescue mission in Antarctica. Carolers gathered in Sitka for a “Russian Christmas” tradition.

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