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Glacier City Gazette – November 28, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – November 28, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – November 28, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – November 28, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – November 28, 2018


A Walk on the Wild Side

By Jennifer Tarnacki Staff Writer It was Shakespeare that wrote, “One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” As I followed the head staff past the wolf enclosure I felt the touch, a sensation up my spine, startling me into awareness. The wolf was…

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The Scoop

By Morgan Smith Staff Writer Every town has a go to spot for exactly what you want. Your favorite place to eat, shop or just relax. When deciding where to go, those establishments are first to come to mind. For a sweet treat here in…

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The Bird to Girdwood Bike Path Winter Closure

By Timothy Glassett, Avalanche Specialist Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Let’s face it we have all done it, walked past one of the winter closure signs on the bike path. I completely understand why. The Bird to Gird (as locals call it) is…

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