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Heavy rain, horse traffic along Anchorage-area trail breeds mess

...steel-shoed horses climbing toward the 2,100-foot pass and this is what you get, said Chugach superintendent Tom Harrison. And though horses did the damage, it's really moose that are in a way to blame. Hiker Thomas Pease summarized...
Anchorage won't close trail where grizzly attacked

...Tuesday, a backcountry unit in Denali National Park was temporarily closed because a bear ripped a tent, she said. Tom Harrison, superintendent of the Chugach State Park, said it's a subjective call. "If we anticipate a high-risk situation...
Wildlife video shows Eagle River bears

...system would cost millions of dollars and take years to complete, even if bear concerns are put to rest. Alvarez and Tom Harrison, director of Chugach State Park, want to see what comments they receive to the route that's part of the Chugach...
Worker safety is a matter of contention at ports handle the freight. "Anymore, when you get nudged by something in the port you get crushed or maimed," said Tom Harrison, president of the ILWU Local 63. "So we try to stand in conspicuous places where there's room to run or back away...
Big thoughts

...something out of a science-fiction movie to some, but it's closer to reality than one may think. According to Tom Harrison, author of "Instinct: Tapping Your Entrepreneurial DNA to Achieve Your Business Goals" (Warner Business Books...
Madeline Michelle Nance

...Paul) Zahasky, Juneau; and cousins Timothy, Jeffrey, Claudia, Arden, Maya, Sarah, Henry, Alex, Rachel (Tom), Harrison, Ben, Karlyn (Bryan), Laura, Quinn, and Abigail.Also, her father, Ivan Nance (partner Lauren) of Juneau...
Black bear captured in downtown Anchorage

...according to Department of Fish and Game biologists Rick Sinnott and Jesse Coltrane, Chugach State Park superintendent Tom Harrison and residents. Sinnott and Coltrane chased one black bear east from Point Woronzof, past Westchester Lagoon and into...
State park closes after grizzly incident

...officials said the bear likely was going to remain in the area, so they closed the gate and trail. Park superintendent Tom Harrison said park officials will try removing the carcass Wednesday, but might wait a few days to reopen the trail to make...


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