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Glacier City Gazette – November 27, 2019

Glacier City Gazette – November 27, 2019


Whittier Mayor, Vice-Mayor Look Forward

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette The City of Whittier’s general election in early October featured three city council seats for a three-year term. Dave Dickason and Debra Hicks retained their seats while Thomas Wagner defeated incumbent Mayor Daniel Blair, who had served in the…

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GVF&R’s 60th Anniversary

Part 3 – Chief Michelle Weston By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette This article is the third of a five-part series featuring interviews about Girdwood Volunteer Fire & Rescue (GVF&R) during parts of its 60-year history. From an early age, GVF&R Chief Michelle Weston dreamed…

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GVT Drivers

By John Pfeifer Staff Writer Glacier Valley Transit (GVT) provides free public transportation year-round in Girdwood, but its workers are more than just bus drivers. Sometimes, they’re a one-person welcoming committee for new arrivals. In the summer, they serve as tour guides, and year-round, they’re…

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