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Glacier City Gazette – March 13, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – March 13, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – March 13, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – March 13, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – March 13, 2019


Petit’s 2019 Iditarod

Early Excitement and Deep Disappointment By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette Nicolas Petit’s beginning and middle of the 2019 Iditarod was a fantastic run that looked like it was shaping up into a very strong finish. Then Team Petit’s race fell apart 14 miles out…

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Why I Scratched Iditarod 2019

By Emily Maxwell Special to Glacier City Gazette Editors Note: Glacier City Gazette received permission from Emily Maxwell to publish her detailed Facebook post explaining why she scratched from the 2019 Iditarod near the halfway point of the race. The text has been lightly edited….

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The Town of Hope Seeking to Be Self-Sufficient in Emergency Response

By Jeannine Stafford-Jabaay Staff Writer The volunteer-run Hope Sunrise Emergency Services (HSES) is actively working toward an improved response system. HSES is the composition of both medical and fire support. In its original design, HSES was created to respond to wildfires. It is still currently…

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