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If you support the roadless rule, why not a new use for old Fort Rich?

...Anchorage residents. The capital and Fort Rich belong to all of the people, too...and closing taxpayer-supported Fort Rich? Anchorage wouldn't disappear...That person is more of an expert on Fort Rich, the state capital and other Alaska...
Fort Rich boy finalist for model contest

ANCHORAGE - A Fort Rich boy is a finalist in a national modeling contest. Nine-year-old Brandon Padgett could earn as much as $100,000 Brandon...
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Returning soldiers greeted at Fort Rich

ANCHORAGE - More than 200 Fort Richardson soldiers returned from Afghanistan to Anchorage and were greeted by family members Saturday packing a post gymnasium.
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...22. Delta-Greely Wavemakers-Delta Junction (DGWM), 40; 23. Sockeye Swim League-Naknek (SSL), 27; 24. Fort Rich Dolphins-Fort Richardson (PFIN), 16. Individual Rankings Age 10 & Under Female Individual Scores -- 1. Hager...
Origin of fish disease a mystery for Alaska biologists

...Arrived from elsewhere in the state hatchery system. "The Fort Richardson Hatchery is negative," Meyers said, "and Fort Rich is on well water." Elmendorf Hatchery, on the other hand, uses water from Ship Creek. All sorts of fish have been...
Alaska editorial grounds available here and because of its strategic location in the global scheme of things. Anchorage, and Fort Rich, are simply closer to the world's hot spots than most Army bases in the Lower 48. But there is a need to be vigilant...
Fort Rich training area closed after wolf attacks dog

ANCHORAGE - Officials have closed off a part of Fort Richardson to recreational use after a wolf attacked a dog.
Fort Rich soldier dies a week after attack

FORT RICHARDSON - Army officials say a Fort Richardson-based soldier from Illinois died a week after being attacked in Afghanistan.
Fort Rich soldiers to return from Afghanistan

FORT RICHARDSON - About 250 paratroopers from Fort Richardson will soon be home from Afghanistan.
3 Fort Rich-based soldiers killed in Iraq

FORT RICHARDSON - Military officials say three soldiers based at Fort Richardson, including two from Ohio and one from Nevada, were killed in Iraq when their vehicle was hit by an explosive device.


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