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What others say: Alaska, Arctic neighbors can learn from each other's helpful to be reminded that those with the best experience to help the state chart its way forward aren't always in the Lower 48 - sometimes, they're our neighbors at similar latitudes.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,Oct 2.
What others say: Slaughter of two dozen animals for ivory a callous, cowardly act

...degradation of the subsistence ethic. Alaskans are supposed to be good stewards of the country and its animals, not indiscriminate killers who deplete our wildlife resources for thrills or profit.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,Sept. 25
What others say: Focus should be on reducing FASD, not on political points

...have people making a lot of noise about something that really isn't much of anything.People should instead be focusing on reducing and, ideally, eliminating, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,March 30
What others say: A convincing argument has yet to be made for allowing firearms on campus

...firearms. A line has to be drawn somewhere. If the line is to be moved, we must ask "What's the rationale for moving it?"With Senate Bill 176, that question has not been adequately answered.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,March 23
Fairbanks officials content to sit on windfall

...lawsuit from local governments and oil companies over the taxation values of the trans-Alaska pipeline, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.The Alaska Supreme Court last month affirmed the value of the pipeline for tax years 2007 through...

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Interior Alaska is experiencing an early fall snowstorm.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports the storm could drop between 6 to 14 inches by Wednesday morning.Snowfall so far on Tuesday has been heaviest south of...
What others say: Low heating oil prices bring relief, but residents should stay the course on IEP

...price security for years to come. So far this fall, it's looking like the Interior could get a reprieve on high heating costs for the winter - but, like the weather, that can change in a hurry.- Fairbanks Daily News-Miner,Sept. 16
Yukon River salmon swim to Canada in record high numbers

...Canadian 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

...only seven 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...

...from his 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...


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