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Tanana Chiefs celebrates its first 100 years

FAIRBANKS — It was just seven blocks away from the Chief David Salmon Tribal Hall that 100 years ago the Tanana Chiefs held their historic meeting with Judge James Wickersham, Alaska’s Congressional delegate, and set the stage for the formation of the Tanana Chiefs Conference.

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UAF rededication launches centennial celebrations

FAIRBANKS — The University of Alaska Fairbanks took a first step toward its centennial celebration on Monday when officials rededicated a campus cornerstone that was set in place a century ago.

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Daughney Lake

Glen Simpson sent in this gorgeous photo of the sunrise over Daughney Lake.

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No firework fires on the Fourth, but Tanana fires continue to grow
Updated: July 06, 2015 - 11:59 am

FAIRBANKS — Alaska made it through the Fourth of July without any major new starts from fireworks, but fires continued to grow in the Tanana area.

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Two found dead at site off Denali Highway
Updated: July 07, 2015 - 8:39 am

FAIRBANKS — A man and woman previously reported missing were found dead Sunday in a trailer on the Denali Highway, according to Alaska State Troopers.  

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Totem Heritage's newest pole raised in Southeast Alaska
Posted: July 05, 2015

KETCHIKAN, Alaska — The head count at the Totem Heritage Center should increase by one this fall with the collection's first Tsimshian totem pole.

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Everything you didn't know about Alaska's mosquitoes
Posted: July 05, 2015

DENALI PARK — All hail to the mighty beavers at Horseshoe Lake. It’s because of them that there are no clouds of mosquitoes pestering park visitors at that popular body of water.

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West Valley's Kim hanging on at golf tourney

FAIRBANKS — West Valley’s Joseph Kim shot a 15-over-par 87 in the first round of the 37th Junior North and South Championships at the Pinehurst Country Club on Monday.

Alaska’s agriculture resource must be tapped

FAIRBANKS — Did you know Alaska blueberries produce more antioxidants than blueberries grown elsewhere? Did you know our barley and wheat grains are plumper than those grown elsewhere? Surely you know we can grow huge cabbages and pumpkins. Did you know many of our flowers have bigger blooms than elsewhere?

Fairbanks group engages youth in volunteerism

Joel’s Place, an indoor skate park and youth center, has been giving kids a place to go in Fairbanks for more than a decade, but now a group of young adults is partnering with the center and the kids who occupy it to give back to the community.

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Rules picked for first big bull moose derby

FAIRBANKS — After three years of planning and a regulatory holdup that required action by the Alaska Legislature, the Borealis Big Bull Derby and Raffle is expected to start this hunting season. 

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