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Yukon River salmon swim to Canada in record high numbers

...spawning grounds in 10 years.About 83,000 fish went across the border this year, according to The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner.An international treaty mandates that at least 42,500 chinooks must get to Canada, but Alaska fishery managers...
Fairbanks school district seeing a teacher shortage teaching positions were still open, but 52 support staff positions remained vacant, reported The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. School district spokeswoman Sharice Walker said unfilled support staff positions range from school nurses to kitchen...
State denies gas plant sale, 13 companies submit proposals's good to have a sense that the wheels are still moving on the Interior Energy Project, and the goal of affordable energy for Fairbanks and North Pole-area residents is progressing toward reality.- Aug 9, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

...native Canada to help judge the final "flotilla of fun," and said he was thoroughly impressed, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported last Sunday."It looked like some kind of landfill had exploded, to be honest with you," he said...
What others say: Findings of report on Alaska National Guard shock, disappoint

...tolerated in the future don't stop at the resignation of Gen. Katkus, but extend as far as necessary to restore the confidence of Guard members and the public that the organization can be trusted.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,Sept. 7
What others say: Working toward marijuana consensus

...zoning and regulation currently underway and involve the public as much as possible, it will do much to bring Fairbanks to a place where as many residents as possible are on board with the new rules.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,July 15
What others say: Despite likely political backlash, securing care and funding overdue

...Most importantly, acting to secure health care for 20,000 Alaskans was the right thing to do, and good leaders shouldn't hesitate to do the right thing because of the political consequences.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, July 17
What others say: Sen. Murkowski's bipartisan effort would help Alaska, U.S.

...shooting for the moon and ending up with nothing. Sen. Murkowski's bill deserves the support of her colleagues and constituents, as well as swift passage through Congress and approval by the President.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,Aug. 2
What others say: Arctic Winter Games draw near

...this task was noted in a story in Tuesday's edition of the Daily News-Miner. The story was about the search for language interpreters...won't see for quite a while. Be a part of it.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,Dec. 25
What others say: Governor slips up on education lawsuit

...seeks to punish Ketchikan or any of its municipal supporters for exercising their right to seek a change through the judicial system. And let's hope, too, that legislators behave in the same manner.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Feb. 8


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