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Extracting truth from myth

...mushers George Attla, Dan Seavey, Howard Farley and Richard Burmeister; journalists Michael Carey, Dermot Cole and Craig Medred; historians Paul Ongtooguk, Stephen Haycox, Dirk Tordoff, Matt Ganley, Joan Antonson, Neal Gabler, and many others...
Empire Editorial: Thumbs up, thumbs down

...approved legislation protecting vast swaths of the United States from development. As former Juneau Empire staff writer Craig Medred pointed out this week, Alaska has more wilderness today than it did 100 years ago, largely due to the Wilderness Act...
Optimal Economic Policy for the Regulation of the Fishing Industry in Alaska

...quotas and licensing are dictated by regulatory agencies, there is the potential problem of favoritism or corruption. Craig Medred states, "the establishment of the council created by Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act quickly...
Empire designer wins top honors and Tom Kizzia won top honors in the personalities division, while Josh Niva took second place in business, Craig Medred took third in sports column, and Paula Dobbyn and Bill White teamed up for third in the investigative category. Taking...
Claims by Palin in memoir raise local questions

...Palin's allegation, it has received little notice in the mass of coverage of "Going Rogue." Alaska Dispatch writer Craig Medred was among those questioning the allegation, but called making such threats against anyone's children "unconscionable...
Ethics and the Board of Game be encompassing the Board of Game via present member, Cliff Judkins, and former member, Bob Bell. According to Craig Medred in the Alaska Dispatch, it seems they wanted the Fish & Game biologist for the area to bend the rules so they could...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Frontiers News: Moose meat left to waste, man says 2/8/98

...1998 Moose meat left to waste, man says Last modified at 10:58 a.m. on Sunday, February 8, 1998 By CRAIG MEDRED THE ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS ANCHORAGE - By the time the neighborhood dogs started tearing up the stinking moose...
Need some good news? Alaska women shine in sports

...the line by 0.07 seconds. Kikkan Randall has also been an outstanding ambassador for Alaska. According to reporter Craig Medred, of the Alaska Dispatch, "No athlete, aside perhaps from Libby Riddles, Iditarod's first female champion, has...
Salmon may be affected by ocean shifts

ANCHORAGE - A second straight year of weak king salmon returns around the rim of the Gulf of Alaska has state fisheries biologists wondering if they might be staring into the face of a bleak future.
Stimulus funds pay for cabins on Iditarod Trail

ANCHORAGE - One public-use cabin is already under construction along the Iditarod Trail, another is planned for this summer, and $400,000 in federal stimulus funding is on the way to pay for at least four more, the trail's chief manager said Monday.


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