Fish aren't big talkers, but they can still say a lot if one knows where to look. Each fish has its biography written in bones in its ears - the otoliths. "It's a biochronometer.
Susan Elizabeth Hirsch and Irvin Rodney Brock of Juneau will marry at 6:30 p.m., Feb. 14, 2005, at Resurrection Lutheran Church with a reception to follow at the Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall.
Gov. Frank Murkowski on Thursday chose a commercial fisherman, a former sport fish director, a seafood marketing consultant and a fish processing representative to serve on the state board that regulates Alaska's fisheries. The Republican governor, who was critical of a Democratic administration's fishing decisions, said the appointees should make objective decisions that consider commercial, subsistence and sport fishing interests.
Denby Lloyd calls Kodiak Island home, but his work as a fisheries biologist keeps propelling him back to Juneau.
The Alaska Board of Game is considering a plan that would result in more than two dozen brown bears and 300 wolves being killed in the eastern Interior.
``I've lived here 40 years, and I can't believe the condition that beach is in,'' said Kenai City Council member James Bookey. ``This is not acceptable for the city of Kenai.''
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