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Former volunteer named Sitka District ranger

SITKA - The incoming Sitka District ranger began his career with the U.S. Forest Service as a volunteer college student in a summer job improving fish habitat on Prince of Wales Island.
Pro: Administration was scrupulously even-handed

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It was a nice try. Last July, Secretary of State John Kerry convinced the Israelis and Palestinians to negotiate for a period of nine months. During that time, Kerry cajoled and wheedled to get to a peace treaty.
2005 Concerts in the Park schedule

...30 p.m., Thunder Mountain Big Band. June 15 (Wednesday) - 6-8 p.m., Stadium Brass, presented by The Ohio State University Marching Band Alumni, and joined by the Juneau Volunteer Marching Band. June 17 - 7 p.m., Juneau Tlingit...
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Juneau federal employees to be honored

Five Juneau Federal employees will be honored at the 29th annual Juneau Federal Employee of the Year luncheon on Wednesday, March 6 in the Treadwell Room at the Westmark Baranof Hotel. Each year the Juneau Federal Executive Association sponsors a luncheon to honor the Juneau Federal Employee of the year. Employees are nominated by their supervisor which is then forwarded to a citizen selection committee.
Pro: Is President Obama's push to pacify Afghanistan by July 2011 doomed to failure?

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Are we really making America safer by backing Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai?
Thorward joins SEARHC staff in Sitka

SITKA - The SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium is pleased to announce that psychiatrist Dr. Sul Ross O. "SR" Thorward has joined the behavioral health provider staff at the Haa Toowóo Náakw Hít outpatient behavioral health clinic in Sitka.
US needs more evidence of Iranian plot before escalating conflict in Middle East

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The United States should put a hold on any plans it has for moving against Iran over the alleged plot to kill the Saudi Arabian ambassador. A federal indictment claims that a Houston resident, an Iranian naturalized as a U.S.
Stone named Tillman Scholar

A Juneau resident who lost his left leg while leading an assault on a Taliban stronghold last year earned distinction as a Tillman Scholar, according to a release from the Pat Tillman Foundation issued Monday. U.S. Navy Lt.
U.S. can hot-wire Mideast peace talks by recognizing Palestine as a state

The United States could energize the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations - presently on hold - by recognizing Palestine formally as a state and establishing full diplomatic relations with it.


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