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Hodges returns to the trombone

Jack Hodges joined the Juneau Symphony in 1966. As the longest-tenured member of the orchestra, he's generally known for his tone, dedication...
Eagle count taken in Chilkat preserve

...surrounding areas. "At that time, they were pretty well spread out," said U.S. Fish and Wildlife biologist and pilot Jack Hodges, who conducted the aerial count the first such survey of the season. Of the total count, 1,192 eagles were found...
Crude daytime radio that airs him 15 hours a week. Instead, I simply want to state that Rush Limbaugh is the crudest person I have ever had the displeasure of listening to on daytime radio. This is one vote against Mr. Limbaugh. Jack Hodges Juneau
Symphony Showcase this weekend

...Las Montañas," by Alice Gomez. Featured artists include Sally Schlichting, Colleen Torrence, Bryan Johnson, Jack Hodges and Franz Felkl. Admission is $12 at the door. The concert is sponsored by Alaska Airlines. For more information...
Surfbird retires after 50 years on SE waters preserve bald eagle habitat. "Around 1969 and 1970, bald eagle protection was not a high priority here," said Jack Hodges, who started working on the Surfbird in 1975. He's now a pilot and biologist for the Fish and Wildlife Service...

...Accolay. The Juneau Symphony's conductor Kyle Wiley Pickett, concertmaster Steve Tada, and principal trombonist Jack Hodges judged the competition. As the grand prize winner, Young will perform his winning piece next summer with the Juneau...
Symphony offers musicians space to create

...with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's (1756-1791) "Bassoon Concerto," starring not the bassoon, but the trombone. Jack Hodges will play, with Sue Kazama on piano. juneau symphony featuring works of bach, mozart, dvorak and duvernoy when...
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Corporate funding? So long, democracy

...performing arts, health care and youth centers don't help corporations make money. They'll support the candidate that is most profitable to their interest. When that happens, this will no longer be a democracy. Jack Hodges Juneau
Counting Ducks

...displayed in a computer-generated map. The dozen pilot-biologists - three based in Juneau, including Conant, Jack Hodges and the now-retired Jim King - work with biologist Debbie Groves who travels with them and count birds from the passenger...


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