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Glacier City Gazette – November 22, 2017

Glacier City Gazette – November 22, 2017

Glacier City Gazette – November 22, 2017

Glacier City Gazette – November 22, 2017

Glacier City Gazette – November 22, 2017


Q&A with Shauna Hegna

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette Girdwood resident Shauna Hegna was recently appointed Koniag, Inc. President. The Native corporation has offices in Kodiak and Anchorage to offer services to its shareholders. Hegna’s husband Josh is the Librarian at Girdwood K-8 School, where their son Kai…

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BB’s Coffee Shop – Worth the Wait

By Jeannine Stafford-Jabaay Staff Writer BB’s Coffee has an almost cult-like following. Driving down Old Seward between O’Malley and Huffman, a 0.9 mile distance, one can spot eight distinct coffee shops and carts, not including Kaladi Brothers, Café D’Arte or Starbucks, which are within walking…

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Glacier Bowl and Poke – A Taste of the Islands

By Sue Todd Staff Writer If you live in Girdwood, Indian, Bird, Hope or beyond, you must occasionally find yourself in Anchorage. Perhaps you’re making a Costco run, or maybe you’re picking up a friend at the airport. Regardless of the reason, one of these…

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Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area