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Historical observations of highways, fire and moose

...Division of Information, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, retired on June 20, 1950 after 30 years of continuous Federal service. Twenty-four years of Mr. Dufresne's career were spent in Alaska. He entered his life work in the field of...

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Outdoors
Pike found in Tiny Lake

...and Wildlife local supervisor Doug Palmer said that Fish and Game has entered into a cooperative agreement with the federal service to manage the infestations along the creek system. Tiny is 100 yards west of Denise Lake, which connects to the...

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News

...holiday lighting North Star to be sold to UHS Native American Bank looks to enter Alaska Native groups study federal service delivery Business Briefs Drivers awarded with millions NASCAR getting far too expensive for its own good...

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John E. Feero

...work as a civilian with the Coast Guard. He transferred to Anchorage in 1980 in the same capacity. He retired from federal service in June 1983. After his federal retirement he performed marine survey work for a short time. Mr. Feero retired in 1989...

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