Green plastic Army men line Maria Work's new apartment window to keep safe the hope she almost lost. Hope that dimmed when her marriage fell apart. Hope she almost lost after being drugged and raped, twice.
Tribal-state safety forum planned Scouting information nights set Cheer camp slated College council meeting scheduled Cameras, photo printers sought
For the last 28 years, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has ranked Alaska among the top five states in the United States with the highest numbers of forcible rape, according to the Alaska Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault's 2007 annual report.
Task force to hold public hearing Learn about Cook's voyage up Cook Inlet Munch some sockeye Tribal-State safety forum planned Swim hours to change New high school to open USDA food program offered Hospice seeking volunteers Food coalition offers mini-grant opportunities
Kaleidoscope hosts open house, barbecue Pregnancy class offered Family fun run set to take off Soup fundraiser tackles hunger Tribal-state safety forum planned Parent advisory committee meeting to be held New high school to open Donations sought for military personal Social Security reps to visit peninsula
JUNEAU -- A budget cut can cost a town its radio station, can cost a woman a life of violence, can cost the state an educated work force.
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