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Shutdown would affect Alaska national parks

...services to be affected will be national parks. Here's how parks in Alaska would be impacted, according to spokesman John Quinley:PARKS CLOSED: Buildings will shut down, including the regional office in Anchorage, visitors centers across the...

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Russians working on plan for international park

...international park for the Beringia region. ''We're encouraged by the Russian interest,'' Park Service spokesman John Quinley told the Anchorage Daily News. ''We're still interested in an international park but there's nothing on the table...

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Web closure slows work for Interior employees

...Secretary of the Interior. No one knows when the Web sites will come back up. ''It's been frustrating,'' said John Quinley, a National Park Service spokesman in Alaska. ''You have to rethink of ways to do things.'' ''It's amazing...

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Where is Mason McLeod? Family of missing Florida man keeps on searching

...second plane made the trip in about an hour, but the plane carrying McLeod, the Spradlins and Alletto never showed up. John Quinley, Park Service spokesman, said planes searched the Pacific along the coast, and rangers walked the beaches looking...

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Denali Park chief pleased some park users, frustrated others

...miss Alaska and its people. Before working at Denali, he was superintendent of Gates of the Arctic National Park. John Quinley, spokesman for the Park Service in Alaska, said the agency is looking for someone who will work equally well with...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/122601/ala_122601ala0pm0020001.shtml
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Senate hearing to cover Glacier Bay fishing issues

...he said. The university doesn't have any land rights for a road or port to bring the minerals to market, said John Quinley, a park service spokesman in Anchorage. Federal law allows mining in national parks, but mining has to overcome the...

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Rep. Young proposing Alaska Natives control park and refuge jobs

...special knowledge'' about the area who apply for federal jobs are exempt from training and education requirements. John Quinley, National Park Service spokesman in Anchorage, said his agency conducted a program to boost local hire at parks and...

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