Of those, 27 are of Alaska residents, with 22 of them Anchorage residents. Two are residents of Fairbanks. The others are from Seward and Palmer.
“It’s been so long I can’t recall how I found out about the job at Alaska Legal Services. I can’t remember if it was in the newspaper or what, but I applied. And I’ve been here ever since. That was June 9, 1980.”
Alaska State Parks posted a warning on its Facebook page that bears have been feeding on the site, at mile 2.25 of the trail, for at least 10 days and that bear activity is continuing.
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