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Glacier City Gazette – October 10, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – October 10, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – October 10, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – October 10, 2018

Glacier City Gazette – October 10, 2018


Girdwood Dogs On The Loose

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette “It’s not cool to have your dog problem become somebody else’s dog problem.” — Keith Essex, President Alpine Air Encountering a loose dog without its owner is an unpredictable experience, ranging from friendly to terrifying. Not all encounters turn…

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A Trio Of Treats: Fire Island Bakeshop Opens in South Anchorage

By Robert Foran III Associate Editor And then there were three. Fire Island Rustic Bakeshop’s flagship location is near downtown Anchorage and its second site opened in the residential neighborhood of Airport Heights in 2015. The bakery’s next expansion toward the city’s southern boundaries is…

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South Anchorage School Makes Bold Promise to Stop Bullying

By Jeannine Stafford-Jabaay Staff Writer Bullying in schools and online has become an epidemic across the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 160,000 kids per day skip school for fear of being bullied. The lasting effects for both the bullied and the…

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