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Juneau Moose Lodge to celebrate centennial

...or contributions made to the event will benefit the local Juneau Special Olympics.Contact reporter Klas Stolpe at 523-2263 or at klas.stolpe@juneauempire.com.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-08-28/juneau-moose-lodge-to-celebrate-cent
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Extreme Alaska challenge: 100-mile run, with sled

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - Man against nature. The theme is as old as time, or as old as man has existed in time.

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Outdoors
SoHi football cruises past Thunder Mountain

Colton Young ran for three touchdowns and passed for two more as Northern Lights Conference power Soldotna ran through the Southeast Conference's Thunder Mountain Falcons 62-6 at Juneau on Friday.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2013-09-07/sohi-football-cruises-past-thunder
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Coach who knocked out player to be prosecuted

An Oregon district attorney has changed course and decided to pursue a case against a former Thunder Mountain High School football coach accused of knocking a player unconscious during a boxing match at a football camp in that state last year.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-11-20/coach-who-knocked-out-player-to-be-p
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Homer football defeats Thunder Mountain

The Thunder Mountain High School Falcons fell to the visiting Homer Mariners 44-26 on Friday night in the Alaska School Activities Association medium-schools state semifinal at Falcons Field. "It was smash-mouth football," TMHS coach Bill Byouer said.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2012-10-06/homer-football-defeats-thunder-mou
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Readying the rig

The 45-foot Response Boat-Medium (RB-M) is replacing the aging fleet of 41-foot utility and 47-foot motor life boats with improvements in performance, crew efficiency and operational availability.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-09-06/readying-the-rig
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Coast Guard black hulls meet

It's on! The Annual District Buoy Tender Roundup begins today in Juneau as nine U.S. Coast Guard buoy tenders from Alaska, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia gather to study, train and compete in skills they will use in their various ships and on the waterways they sail."It's about training and lessons learned," said Lt. Jason Haag, commanding officer of the Coast Guard cutter Henry Blake. "It's an opportunity to get everybody together and is in our best interest."

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-07-19/coast-guard-black-hulls-meet
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Medal of Honor recipients visit Juneau station

Looking out at a sea of young United States Coast Guardsmen, 67-year-old retired U.S. Army Maj. Drew Dix, a Medal of Honor recipient said, "The faces don't change, the uniforms do."

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/010611/new_766416750.shtml
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Tlingit leader Walter Soboleff dies at 102

JUNEAU (AP) -- Long time Juneau and Alaska Tlingit spiritual leader, elder statesman, and native icon Walter Soboleff died early Sunday morning in his home, surrounded by family.

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Alaska National Guard on data collection in Juneau

Three Humvees stormed over the Douglas Bridge Monday evening, combat helmets poking from gun turrets on top. Soldiers in camouflage uniforms carrying rifles and packsacks walked the Juneau streets on Tuesday.

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