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Glacier City Gazette – July 25, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – July 25, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – July 25, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – July 25, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – July 25, 2018


Bears and Girdwood Garbage

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette Girdwood Board of Supervisors’ July meeting featured a lengthy discussion about bear problems, improper garbage storage and what steps can be taken to eliminate or minimize the problem. In the weeks leading up to the meeting, bear activity and…

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Through the Looking Glass

50-years of Hatcher Pass Paradise P.M. Fadden Associate Editor I’m driving through the dim of a wind-swirled pre-dawn. The road’s bushy edge is hardly visible in this light, so I’m trusting my vehicle as much as my instincts. Naturally, such faith requires foundation, and mine…

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Reducing Fish Waste

By Christina Cope Hendrickson Special to Glacier City Gazette Don’t you just love that special feeling of a thump on the end of your hook or in your net? Alaska’s fishing season is well underway, so is bear season, and unfortunately, E. Coli outbreaks. We…

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