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Mayor signs $10 million contract for 911 system ANCHORAGE - The mayor of Anchorage signed a $10 million emergency call system contract that city officials say should prevent police from going to wrong addresses.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/102703/sta_akdigest.shtml
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

Frank Lee felt there were bigger fish just waiting to be caught, so after bringing in a 25-pound king salmon Thursday near Hoonah he released it to keep the small fish from counting against his daily limit.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072300/Spo_fish.shtml
Northwest Digest

Man killed in house fire in Anchorage; Kenai bears still on prowl for easy meals; Proposal aims to ban scavenging in trash; U.S. mayors discussclimate change

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Thanks to Roarke Hess and AEL&P from the Juneau Raptor Center

On Tuesday JRC responded to a call on our pager (790-5424) from Roarke Hess. Roarke was at Juneau's Chapel By The Lake and reported a raven hanging 40 feet up in a tree with fish line entangling the bird. A JRC volunteer responded to the site and AEL&P was contacted.AEL&P responded immediately to provide assistance. However, prior to AEL&P's arrival someone using a small lift had managed to cut the raven loose where it fell to a lower limb on the tree but it was still out of reach of rescuers and appeared to be in dire straits.

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Neighbors
Hundreds get king crab permits

At least 500 people signed up for king crab permits for Juneau's personal use fishery that opens today for the first time in three years.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/070110/loc_664000145.shtml
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Hoonah man catches 86-pound king salmon

Frank Lee felt there were bigger fish just waiting to be caught, so after bringing in a 25-pound king salmon Thursday near Hoonah he released it to keep the small fish from counting against his daily limit.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072300/Spo_fish.html
Sports
Dozens of cars pulled from Anchorage auto graveyard

ANCHORAGE - When Anchorage had to dispose of thousands of cars and trucks damaged in a powerful 1964 earthquake, it dumped them off a 350-foot (100-meter) bluff near the outskirts of town.

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Biologists predict low Yukon River king salmon run

FAIRBANKS - Yukon River king salmon fishermen hoping for a change from last year's dismal returns are getting bad news. State and federal biologists say the 2012 king salmon run may be worse. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game and U.S.

http://juneauempire.com/state/2012-05-28/biologists-predict-low-yukon-river-king
State
Managers release Yukon king fishing plan

ANCHORAGE - Commercial fishing for Yukon River chinooks will likely be closed again this summer, but subsistence fishermen shouldn't face the severe restrictions they endured last year, according to a preseason plan announced by fishery managers on Thursday.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041210/sta_605127651.shtml
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Juneau Empire Online Local News: King salmon limit cut back 9/4/98

The state has cut the Southeast bag limit for king salmon from three fish 28 inches or more to one fish, effective next Wednesday. Mozilla/3.0b6Gold (Win95; I) [Netscape]

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/090498/kinglimit.html

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