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Tues Mar 11, 2014

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The Sitka Assembly meets tonight (3-11-14) to consider proposals setting guidelines for the potential sale of bulk or bottled water at the Sawmill Cove Industrial Park. Sitka’s District Court has sentenced two men linked to a September shooting at Sitka’s Pioneer Bar. Sitkans share what it’s like to fall into the “Medicaid donut hole.” Yakutat is attempting a wave-energy experiment to lower the cost of power.

 

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