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Local teacher takes home top prize

...commitment doesn't stop at the schoolyard, either. Meiners, whose maiden name is Macaulay - as in the DIPAC Macaulay Salmon Hatchery - learned from her family the value of community outreach. She continues to serve as a DIPAC board member.Lori Hoover...
Photo: Salmon education

...Baines squeeze the milt from a male coho salmon into buckets containing eggs removed from females at the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery on Thursday. The students visit is part of the hatchery's Fall Salmon Education Program for students preschool...
Photo: Stellar meal

A Steller sea lion munches on a silver salmon in front of the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery on Wednesday.
Photo: Silver lining on a cloudy day

Fishermen line up to catch silver salmon returning to the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery on Tuesday.
Photo: Seal

A seal trolls the water in front of the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery as silver salmon return on Wednesday.
Sport fish report: Halibut hit or miss, trout fishing should heat up soon

KING SALMON Hatchery king salmon fishing in the Juneau THA continues to be productive. The three release sites (Auke Creek, Fish Creek and Macaulay Hatchery) all have good concentrations of fish.
Sport fish report: Freshwater angling poised to heat up

KING SALMON Hatchery king salmon fishing within the Juneau Terminal Harvest Area continues to be good, particularly in Fritz Cove and inner Auke Bay.
Celebrate with us, Juneau

...others the following Saturday, May 9, to coincide with Mother's Day weekend.Douglas Island Pink and Chum Macaulay Salmon Hatchery on Channel Drive will be hosting its annual free barbecue May 2.Katie Harms, DIPAC's manager of tourism and education...
Pinks predicted to carry season, again because of poor Taku River king salmon production.As most sport fishermen know, the department has three king salmon hatchery release sites in the Juneau area - Douglas Island Pink and Chum, or DIPAC; Fish Creek on North Douglas and at the...
Alaska writer historian Roppel dies at 76

...foot in the state," says her obituary.Many of her books were about how Alaska's resources were used, like salmon hatcheries, canning and mining, or the people and places of Southeast Alaska.Many of her articles were published in the...
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