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Subsea mountains harbor strange life

Off the coast of Alaska, giant spider crabs 7 feet across crawl between submerged mountains the size of Mount Fairweather. In a few weeks, Juneau scientist Tom Shirley will be taking a tiny submarine and diving as deep as 15,000 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Alaska, part of an ocean exploration project studying a range of undersea mountains and the strange life forms that inhabit them.

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Business leader, political newcomer face off in House race

he race for House District 4 pits a well-known local government and business leader against a passionate political newcomer.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

She graduated with honors from Santa Barbara High School and attended Santa Barbara City College, the University of California at Santa Barbara, Ventura College and the University of Alaska Southeast. She married in 1967 and moved to Juneau two years later.

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Teacher brings heart to health class

The students stand shoulder to shoulder in a circle in Nancy Seamount's health class at Juneau-Douglas High School.

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State Museum appoints Gardinier as curator

JUNEAU - The Alaska State Museum in Juneau has announced that Paul Gardinier, long-time exhibits specialist at the museum, has been named Curator of Exhibitions. In his new position, Gardinier is responsible for the museum's temporary exhibition schedule as well as maintaining and upgrading the permanent installations of the museum's collection. He replaces Bob Banghart, who recently moved into the position of Chief Curator.

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Obituaries

RUTH I. ALLINGTON, LELA ``CATHERINE'' TULLIS, FRANCES J. EDGECOMB

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

They turn to the left, put their right arms toward the center, and are then told to sit down in the lap of the person behind them. Many students back out. ``Oh, everybody's uncomfortable with touch all of a sudden?'' Seamount asks.

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Gardinier appointed curator of Alaska State Museum

The Alaska State Museum in Juneau has announced that Paul Gardinier, long-time exhibits specialist at the museum, has been named curator of exhibitions. In his new position, Gardinier is responsible for the museum's temporary exhibition schedule as well as maintaining and upgrading the permanent installations of the museum's collection. He replaces Bob Banghart, who recently moved into the position of chief curator.

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