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As of Saturday evening, lead fish in the 53rd Golden North Salmon Derby was a 28.0-pound king brought into the Douglas dock by William Hartsock. ``Bill'' Hartsock, retired owner of a steel construction company, presented his fish for validation at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

``Five $10,000 scholarships were awarded to Juneau-Douglas High School seniors this year,'' said Malin Babcock, president of the Territorial Sportsmen Foundation, the scholarship sponsors. This year also marks the first award of two vocational education awards totaling $1,600, Babcock said.

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GOP US Senate hopeful against Sealaska lands bill

ANCHORAGE - U.S. Senate hopeful Joe Miller said Wednesday that rival Lisa Murkowski should withdraw her bill allowing a private Native corporation to select choice lands in the Tongass National Forest.

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Personal use crabbers get larger allocation

The state Board of Fisheries has upped the quota for personal users of king crab near Juneau. Commercial crabbers are disappointed it comes at their expense.

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Squalls dampen derby

As of Saturday evening, lead fish in the 53rd Golden North Salmon Derby was a 28.0-pound king brought into the Douglas dock by William Hartsock. ``Bill'' Hartsock, retired owner of a steel construction company, presented his fish for validation at 11 a.m. Saturday. Then he and fishing friend Mike Sofoulis headed out to sea again on Soufoulis' Salmora.

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Derby total down a bit from 1998

A final tally shows this year's Golden North Salmon Derby entrants bagged a grand total of 24,073 pounds of fish.

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Friends remember Mr. Fourth of July

Though former Juneau Mayor Larry Parker did not spend his last few Fourth of Julys in town, those who remember him still associate him with the holiday's festivities. Parker, who died a week before Independence Day at the age of 84, was a founding member of Juneau's July 4 fireworks committee, and was involved in the pyrotechnics for more than 50 of the celebrations.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

The state Board of Fisheries has upped the quota for personal users of king crab near Juneau. Commercial crabbers are disappointed it comes at their expense.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032699/Loc_crab.shtml
Restrictions likely won't affect salmon derby

New restrictions on reeling in king salmon likely won't hurt this year's Golden North Salmon Derby, according to officials with the derby and a state agency.

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Juneau Empire Online Local News: Some Natives launch protest to Golden North Derby boycott 8/6/97

Pat Sierra, local organizer for a group called United Native Shareholders, said she started calling friends Tuesday night about protesting the boycott. They'll meet from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday on the Egan Drive side of the Douglas Bridge.

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