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Michael Murray Hamrick

...well known for his fireside stories. He was a real life teller of tall tales which happened to be true 90 percent of the time."He fought a brave battle. Now he has gone to the best hunting grounds ever!"He was a member of the American Grand...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000177291780
Georgia June Johansen

...was 14 months old. Her parents were teachers in Unga, Naknek, Petersburg and Kenai. Georgia finished high school at the time World War II was ending and took correspondence courses from the University of Nebraska to meet the requirements for graduation...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000177072469
An ambitious novel, brilliantly realised. (Scotland Online)A funny...

An ambitious novel, brilliantly realised. (Scotland Online)A funny-serious book. (The Times, London)An astonishingly vivid portrait of a catastrophically disturbed man. (Waterstones)A waggish narrative describing...

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Veterrans' day fresh in our minds

...thought, "Maybe Ann would stop harping about the stinkin' fish barrel!" Which even smelled worse and now smelled ALL the time! The filled the bags garbage bags with acetylene and oxygen. Tied them off and packed them around the stinky barrel...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2015-11-17/veterrans-day-fre
Food
Voices of Alaska: Bullard appointment will benefit Alaskans

...individuals to serve on the Alaska Judicial Council is working and has served the people of Alaska well for 56 years.At the time our state constitution was drafted, the drafters had the wisdom to set in place a system which was minimally influenced...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2015-11-16/voices-of-alaska-bullard-appointm
Opinion
Draft EIS nearly ready for Donlin, in the works for Chuitna

...state coal leases were originally awarded in 1968 to the Wilson-Bass-Hunt group, who were exploring in Alaska at the time. In the 1980s the Bass-Hunt group, which now owns PacRim Coal (Wilson has dropped out) entered a joint-venture...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-11-16/draft-eis-nearly-ready-for-donlin-in
News

...had been informed of his apparent connection to the attacks."It was a simple check. There was no lookout notice at the time of the traffic stop," a French police official said.Asked whether Abdeslam's name had been shared over police networks...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/2015-11-16
Bethel asks governor to declare emergency after school fire

...Officials want Gov. Bill Walker to declare a state of emergency so that funds can be allocated for recovery. Walker said at the time of his visit to the site of the fire last week that his staff anticipated Bethel's declaration.Funds would help repair...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-11-15/bethel-asks-governor-to-declare-emer
News
Alaska's high health care costs

...myself," Merrill said. At that moment, she knew she needed a medical intervention. Merrill, who was living in Nome at the time, began researching the costs of lap band bariatric surgery, a procedure that causes weight loss by restricting the amount...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-11-15/alaskas-high-health-care-costs
News
Life in the Pedestrian Lane: Payback ...

...absolved me from all those phone calls (I don't text).By the time we pried Hubby away from the hospital (after nearly two...of "bad traffic" mornings and major rainstorms, so by the time we finally headed south even the car let out an audible...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2015-11-14/life-in-the-pedestrian-lane-pay
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