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Lineman's long trip from Mississippi to Ketchikan

...stay, food and shelter. They have shown me all the great things about Ketchikan. I've hiked up Dude Mountain and Deer Mountain. I've also caught bigger fish than I've ever caught before," Elliott said. "They have inspired me to do a...

http://juneauempire.com/sports/2014-08-11/linemans-long-trip-mississippi-ketchik
Sports
Ketchikan starts new chapter with $12M library

...has lighted book shelves - McQuerry said that's one of her favorite changes - floor-to-ceiling windows facing Deer Mountain, study and meetings rooms and a large, enclosed area for author visits and other events.The rooms can be reserved...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2013-01-07/ketchikan-starts-new-chapter-12m-librar
State
Ketchikan grad finds success as local artist

...capture each person's personality, quirks and passions.One memorable photo shoot she described involved a hike up Deer Mountain with her client, her camera, and some friends to help carry her client's drum set. They were delighted to find...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2012-06-25/ketchikan-grad-finds-success-local-arti
State
Tips on Tracks: Wolf

...of five pups in May and early June. According to ADF&G, wolves in Southeast eat primarily Sitka black-tailed deer, mountain goats, beaver and moose, where they are available. Wolves can catch and eat salmon in the summer, and these fish...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021811/out_787191412.shtml
Outdoors
My Turn: The reasons behind the Kensington lawsuit

...lions, whales, harbor seals, salmon, herring, crab and eulachon frequent the bay's waters. Moose, wolf, deer, mountain goat, black bear and brown bear frequent the uplands. Up to a 100,000 migrating shorebirds use the intertidal...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092805/opi_20050928005.shtml
Opinion
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...species, including productive populations of bald eagles, wolves, brown and black bears, moose, black-tailed deer, mountain goats and five species of anadromous salmon. Roadless areas are crucial to the protection of our nation's wildlife...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012800/Ope_myturn.shtml
Lichen: Team workers of the woods

...summer. The lichens that caribou eat are low in protein, however, so the caribou have to eat other things as well. Deer, mountain goats, and moose also eat lichens in quantity. Other major lichen eaters include flying squirrels and voles, slugs...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062407/out_20070624004.shtml
Outdoors
Ketchikan Police Department hiring

...Sirevog has been running a display newspaper ad with the KPD logo, a picture of five local officers posing in front of Deer Mountain downtown, and the caption, "Now Hiring!" Sirevog took the display-ad approach because he wanted to catch the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012702/sta_ketchpolice.shtml
News
Roadless policy has benefits for Alaska

...species, including productive populations of bald eagles, wolves, brown and black bears, moose, black-tailed deer, mountain goats and five species of anadromous salmon. Roadless areas are crucial to the protection of our nation's wildlife...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012800/Ope_myturn.html
Opinion
Volunteers end search for missing snowboarder

...has been missing since March 12. The Ketchikan Daily News reports he was reported overdue from a planned day trip on Deer Mountain. A spokesman for the Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad says Madden likely was caught in one of three avalanches on...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032411/sta_804504359.shtml
News

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