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Thu Jan 23, 2014


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SE Dems seek applicants to replace departing minority leader, Beth Kerttula. Harris Air sues SEARHC over cancelled air ambulance contract. Ketchikan assembly appropriates an additional $150,000 to challenge state education policy. Sitka birders post high tally in annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count. Enrollment at SFAC off to a strong start.

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