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Wed Jan 29, 2014


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Assembly postpones action on tightening smoking ban; passes rules on local purchasing; and applies for AEA loan to complete Blue Lake project. LeConte breakdown complicates travel plans for fog-bound Haines/Skagway residents. Ketchikan “cash mob” lands on local bookstore.

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