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Water leak forces Minto residents to conserve

...low for a very long time, since back in the early 1990s."Back then, the village pumped water from the nearby Tolovana River to avoid running out of water. That option has been discussed this time around, too, but Baker is hoping it won't...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2012-04-23/water-leak-forces-minto-residents-conse
State
Pipeline pierced by bullet

...vacuumed into trucks and transferred to storage tanks. "Our priority is that no oil migrates from the site to the Tolovana River a mile away," Hahn said. A suspect was arrested about four hours after the leak was discovered Thursday afternoon...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100501/sta_pipeline.shtml
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Pike limits reduced in Minto Flats area this year

...limit for northern pike in all lakes and flowing waters of the Minto Flats area, which includes the Chatanika and Tolovana rivers, from five fish a day to two, only one of which can be 30 inches or longer. The order takes effect when the fishery...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/060307/out_20070603006.shtml
Outdoors
Wildfires growing despite hundreds of firefighters' efforts

...highway. Eight of the smokejumpers parachuted into the north end of the blaze to help secure the perimeter, while the Tolovana River acted as a barrier on the east and south sides, Williams said. "This fire has come a long ways and it's putting...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052902/sta_wildfires.shtml
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Alaska Digest

...for Colbert in Fairbanks and Minto, Miller said. Minto is a community of about 200 people on the west bank of the Tolovana River, 130 miles northwest of Fairbanks about 11 miles off the Elliott Highway. Family members say Colbert likes to hunt...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081105/sta_20050811022.shtml
News
Army rescues six people stranded by flooding along Interior rivers

...Safety and Traffic unit also was called to rescue a 48-year-old Nenana woman Friday morning. An ice jam on the Tolovana River forced Rebecca Sather-Bowers to abandon her cabin and she took refuge on a barge. At about 4 a.m., she told...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051108/sta_277853065.shtml
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