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T-shirts, bug spray, buckets and yellow plastic BP bags were available at the pavilion in the Fairbanks Lions Recreation Area. At 9 a.m. Saturday, the volunteers met and took off to designated areas across the city: Some canoed away from the recreation area, while others shuttled to Pioneer Park or paddled in from Deere Street.
- Fairbanks women crowned in Alaska USA and Alaska Teen USA pageants
- Ambulance struck head-on on Richardson Highway
- City of Fairbanks to run full day shift for snow removal Friday but no night shift
- UAF mandatory meals tough to swallow for some students
- Troopers seek man in connection with Mat-Su triple homicide
- Four borough trash disposal sites set to close next year
- FNSB Planning Commission to discuss Chena-Steese roundabout project
- North Pole High School ‘plantation project’ prompts complaints, investigation
- DOT posts winter road maintenance priority schedule
- Fires reported late Thursday in South Fairbanks under investigation
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