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Karl Johnstone resigned from the Board of Fisheries Jan. 20 after Gov. Bill Walker told him he would not be nominated for a third term. Johnstone, who was chair of the board, was replaced by Walker with Roland Maw of the United Cook Inlet Drift Association. Comment?
Throughout history, arguments over land and water usages have run the gamut from tussles over fences with next-door neighbors to shootouts over interstate grazing rights in the old west. But when land and water rights pit one country against another, that's when things really get tricky. Comment?
Newly erected signs announce the completion of a merger that brings Anchorage-based Northrim Bank to Southeast Alaska. Former Alaska Pacific Bank branches will feature familiar faces, but some new policies, practices and perks along with the new name. Comment?
The U.S. Forest Service is closing 10 low-use public recreation cabins within the Tongass National Forest, citing budget constraints. The agency also plans to convert the Distin Lake Cabin, located in Admiralty Island National Monument, to a three-sided shelter and to continue renting Checats Lake Cabin, provided it remains in serviceable condition and is reserved at least 10 nights a year. Comment?
Fishermen and other stakeholders are asking the Alaska Board of Fisheries to consider 162 proposals to change subsistence, commercial, personal use and sport regulations in fisheries throughout the state during the 2014-15 meeting cycle. Comment?
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