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FAIRBANKS—Longtime Alaska Native leader Don Wright, who fought for and won passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act as president of the Alaska Federation of Natives, has died at the age of 84.
ANCHORAGE — The alleged manager of an online business marketing women for commercial sex in five Alaska communities, including Fairbanks, has been jailed on sex trafficking charges.
FAIRBANKS—A sinkhole opened up directly beneath a University of Alaska Fairbanks employee this morning, nearly swallowing a riding lawn-mower the size of a golf-cart.
FAIRBANKS—The city of Fairbanks possesses untested evidence from the fire that killed a homeless man last year in the lobby of the downtown post office, according to Mayor John Eberhart.
FAIRBANKS — It took five truckloads of gravel to fill a particularly deep sinkhole that appeared in a Gold Hill resident’s yard last week, but there are still plenty of theories on what might have caused the weak-knee-inducing 70- to 80-foot-deep hole.
Schedule:The Copper River personal-use dip netting fishery at Chitina will be open continuously through July 20. Openings beyond that will be announced next week based on sonar counts at Miles Lake.
FAIRBANKS — Defending champion Adam Baxter of Fairbanks tied for sixth place Thursday in the opening round of the Alaska State Amateur Golf Championship at the Settlers Bay course near Wasilla.
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