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Businessman's love of bowling keeps Bethel's lanes open

...ran a fish-tending business with his son until the local fishing industry collapsed. When he heard Orutsararmuit Native Council was going to close down one of the town's few indoor recreational facilities, Bethel Lanes, Richardson stepped...

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Potlatch held to honor incoming Doyon president

...for the potlach. ''Generally these occasions have been more solemn,'' said Jack Irwin, first chief of Nenana Native Council. ''This is a chance for celebration.'' Williams, who grew up in Nenana and is finishing up his job as executive...

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Is it really getting closer?: Get ready for Exxon Valdez claim awards by the end of 2007

...planning to return a portion of their award to shareholders as dividends. This means that, if you are a member of a Native council or corporation, you could receive a share of the punitive damage award whether or not you are a plaintiff. The point...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives04/26/00

...Campaign,CORRECTIVE,066 Gottschalks mum on plans for Lamonts' Alaska stores Safeway sells CarrsTix Kivalina Native council fights Red Dog Mine port project Crabbers sue federal regulators over snow crab harvest limits Rep. Young...

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