Jack Chalmers Culbreath

...close friends and the love of his life. He then went on to earn a degree in forestry and...Pass, the entrance to Austria. He was then ordered back to the states to reassemble...Fish & Wildlife in Denver Colorado and was then transferred in 1950 to an information officer...
John Mark Kinney

...month that Alaska celebrated statehood. He then served as priest to churches in two villages...received an S.T.M. degree in 1967.John then launched another career path, the next...Chilkat Lake, first building a cabin and then making improvements and modifications plus...
Dr. George Yost Harry Jr.

...and Russia. He visited Moscow as a diplomat on 17 occasions and had many lifelong Russian friends. In 1970 George and Evelyn then moved to Michigan where he was the Director of Fisheries Research at NOAA with a specific focus on the Great Lakes. In 1970...
Catherine Lena Alter

...In enumerable quiet ways Kay supported family and community. She was an active member of the Juneau Methodist Church, and then its successor the Northern Light United Church where, among many other roles, she taught Sunday School and helped with many...
Sally Margaret Short

...worked in human medicine for a plastic surgeon, burned the midnight oil, and was generally one with the bright city lights. Then on around the world, San Francisco, and Honolulu, an idyllic Hawaii before urban blight. Sally applied for work at the University...
Poems wanted for the 2015 Poetry Omnibus competition

...entries from Juneau residents for the 2015 competition. Winning poems will be read during a to-be-announced celebration and then displayed on Capital Transit buses for a full year.The deadline for submissions is Oct. 15. There are two age categories...
Becoming Alaskan: Surviving the Klondike Road Relay, followed by five days of rest, and then maybe 5 miles on the next run - this was...year, the weather started out fine and then gradually turned to a drizzly rain. I watched the first three legs whizz by and then attempted to hunker down for a pre-race...
My Turn: President has the right spotlight on climate change

...Murkowski signed onto to the Low Carbon Economy Act of 2007. Back then Sen. Stevens noted that "there is little doubt that Alaskans...was listed as a topic that could be considered. The Commission then held hearings around the state and produced a report for the...
UAS Sitka Campus selects new campus director

...Massachusetts Amherst in entomology in 1993. She taught at Emory University, where she led its human and natural ecology program. She then accepted an opportunity to create a new department, environmental science and studies at Juniata College in Pennsylvania. Martin...
Obama to walk fine line on climate, energy

...with miners over plans to build a massive gold and copper mine in Bristol Bay, home to the world's largest salmon fishery. Then he'll fly north to Kotzebue, a regional hub in the Alaska Arctic, where Obama will focus on the plight of rural, native...


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