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Gloria Jane McNutt

...retired in 1988. After retirement, she worked with Ray at their hunting business at Chisana, in the heart of the Wrangell Mountains. Gloria was a voracious reader, and during winters in Anchorage, she volunteered at the Literacy Association...
Roger Jay Tachik

...enjoyed placer-gold mining. For several years, Roger worked closely with Ray McNutt as a big-game guide in the Wrangell Mountains and eastern Alaska Range. He was a well-respected member of the Kenai Peninsula Trapper Association, and was...
Summer in Alaska all about multi-tasking

...Alaska experience - you're standing on the bank of a raging, glacial river, surrounded by the snow-capped Wrangell Mountains, scooping 6- to 10-pound red salmon out of the water. It's awesome.14. Float a new river. Another situation...
Widespread decline of kings points to natural forces restrictions this year to meet escapement goals. The Copper River, another indicator stock, runs from the Wrangell Mountains to Prince William Sound, in Southcentral Alaska. By mid-October, ADFG's Mark Somerville, an area management...
News | Conserving the Kenai King
Survivor of McCarthy massacre killed in fatal fire remembered as hero

...the holidays as a rough-edged Alaskan who cared deeply about his neighbors, his dog and the fate of his historic Wrangell Mountain hometown. He was also remembered as a man haunted by the 1983 mass murders in nearby McCarthy, which took the lives...


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