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...winner F. Murray Abraham.For nearly 42 years the show chugged along at the 153-seat Sullivan Street Playhouse in Greenwich Village, finally closing in 2002 after 17,162 performances - a victim both of a destroyed downtown after 9/11 and a new post-terrorism...

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Arts & Entertainment
Alaska prepares for wood bison return after a century

...Department of Fish and Game on Sunday plans to begin moving wood bison from a conservation center south of Anchorage to the village of Shageluk, the staging area for the animals' release into the Innoko Flats about 350 miles southwest of Fairbanks.A hundred...

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Business Briefs

...growth," commented Kaarlo Wik, Chairman of the Board. Salamatof Native Association, Inc. (SNAI) is an Alaska Native Village Corporation formed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA), with corporate offices and headquarters...

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Community
Interior Secretary Jewell visits eroding Alaska village

...community.Jewell visited Kivalina, a village of 370 on a barrier island just off Alaska's...see the impact of coastal erosion in the village," Jewell said. "You can hear the fear...Kivalina residents have moved bodies from the village graveyard to prevent them from washing...

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On the wild slide: Lake Placid site offers skeleton rides

...Hayes was among more than a dozen thrill-seekers who showed up recently at the Olympic Sports Complex down the road from the village of Lake Placid. Riders were driven midway up the run and fitted for helmets and sleds, which are low to the ground and stretch...

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Outdoors
Mushers embark on new route across Alaska as Iditarod begins

...part of the race, but it adds stops at villages that have never been part of the Iditarod - like tiny Huslia, an Athabascan village of about 300 residents. Alaska's fairly warm and snowless winter was caused by the same weather pattern that repeatedly...

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For nearly four years the students at Tebughna School in the village of Tyonek have been working to improve their lunches. Each one of the 32 students in grades kindergarten through twelfth work...

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News | Schools

...setting up and cleaning up, and doing all the dishes.. Far North Derby girls we would like to thank also. "It takes a village to raise a child", and the proof was shown on Saturday.The Sterling Community Center will be holding its Annual Board Meeting...

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Community
Alaska becomes 3rd state with legal marijuana

...themselves," said Edward Nick, council member in Manokotak, a remote village of 400 that is predominantly Yup'ik Eskimo.Both alcohol and drug use are prohibited in Nick's village 350 miles southwest of Anchorage, even inside the privacy of villagers...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-02-23/alaska-becomes-3rd-state-with-legal-
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Troopers investigate tasing

...are investigating allegations that a village public safety officer in Kake used...the tribal government that employs village public safety officers in Kake. It is also investigating the incident. Village public safety officers aren't police...

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