The Alaska contingent joins a larger force of roughly 25,000 Air National and Army National Guardsmen from across the county.
“We’ve never before seen an environmental impact statement rammed through in such a short time,” said Bob Shavelson, advocacy director of Cook Inletkeeper.
The American Association of University Women has three $1,500 scholarships available for local women who are resuming their education.
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