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On an unusually sunny day in August, Lt. Col. Tim Koeneman (right), commander of the Alaska National Guard's 3rd Battalion, and Lance Miller, executive director of the Juneau Economic...
Novotney, Koeneman wed

...from New Mexico Highlands University. She is a staffer for the Alaska Legislature. The groom is the son of Polly and Tim Koeneman. A Petersburg High School graduate, he is a boat rigger for Allen Marine. The flower girls were Lauren and Ashley...
Maj. Gamble offers service with a smile

...civilian guard soldiers who drill for one weekend a month. Gamble also acts as the administrative assistant for Lt. Col. Tim Koeneman, the 3rd Battalion commander. Koeneman is a traditional National Guardsman, meaning he serves one weekend a month...
Nat'l Guard begins airport patrols "very supportive," and "it's nice to be on active duty but still serving my home town." Team leader Maj. Tim Koeneman will not be on scene all the time because he is responsible for coordinating the National Guard's presence at several...
State and local briefly

...000 pounds available for harvest, based on the analysis we've done so far,'' said state shellfish biologist Tim Koeneman. The season's guideline harvest level will probably be between 300,000 and 350,000 pounds, Koeneman said. During...
F&G takes another look at red king crab fishery

...Quinn, both faculty members at Juneau's University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, and Tim Koeneman, a retired Fish and Game biologist who headed the shellfish program for many years. "We've got confidence in the...
Guardsmen sacrifice holidays for public safety

...Wrangell. However, he is being given time off Dec. 23 to Dec. 30, and will join his family Outside. Lt. Col. Tim Koeneman is in charge of heightened security at six airports, including Juneau Airport. Koeneman and his wife, Polly, have...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: More golden king crab appear on grocery shelves 4/3/98

...pounds for the last four years the limit has been increased to 125,000 pounds, double last year's harvest, said Tim Koeneman of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Already 80,000 pounds of golden king crab have been hauled in since...


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