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Alaska News November 20, 2017

By Daniella Rivera: Troopers talk use of Silver Alerts following Aumavae case There is a clear indication that the individual has a deterioration of intellectual faculties, a physical impairment or medical condition that makes them unable to meet their own needs or to seek help without assistance. Barlow says because Keith lived alone, had a …

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Alaska News November 19, 2017

By Victoria Taylor: Series of workshops look to change routes for Anchorage’s pedestrians and cyclists`         By Sean Maguire: World Ice Art Championships cancelled for 2018         By Sean Maguire: Dexter the stolen puppy is finally back home         By Kalinda Kindle: Service organization dishes out …

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Brain Injury Sufferers Find Benefits in Music Therapy Program

Brain Injury Sufferers Find Benefits in Music Therapy Program By Air Force Airman 1st Class Cailtin Russell Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska, Nov. 16, 2017 — Past and present service members and family members suffering from traumatic brain injury can now take part in a Creative Forces music therapy program here, a partnership …

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Cinthia Ritchie: Hazy shades of winter

Cinthia Ritchie: Hazy shades of winter Hazy shades of winter I keep singing that song by Simon & Garfunkel (and later, redone by the Bangles, the version I prefer), A Hazy Shade of Winter. Most likely this is because we got a couple of more inches of snow this morning. And yes, it is beautiful, …

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Alaska News November 18, 2017

By Associated Press: Prosecutor sees workaround for crime bill concerns         By Sidney Sullivan: DATA VIZ: DoD Sexual Assault Report (Fiscal Year 2013 – 2016)         By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Gas line could employ 12,000 at peak, 1,000 long-term         By Ned Rozell: Beavers slapping tails on …

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Alaska News November 17, 2017

By John Tracy: Reality Check: Are teens ready to learn at 7:30 a.m.?         By Mike Ross & Leroy Polk: UPDATE: Anchorage police resolve barricaded person situation in Spenard         By Leroy Polk: 3 Alaskans charged with smuggling heroin into correctional center “The law provides for a maximum sentence …

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Guest Blogger Christine Byl | What Shall I Read Next?

Sometimes you need rules to make a game more interesting (witness: tennis, sonnets.) You could say I invented a reading-list form for myself. Guest Blogger Christine Byl | What Shall I Read Next? a href=”http://instagatrix.com/2017/11/16/guest-blogger-christine-byl-what-shall-i-read-next/”>Guest Blogger Christine Byl | What Shall I Read Next?

Alaska News November 16, 2017

By Ariane Aramburo and Leroy Polk: APD shoots, kills man in exchange of parking lot gunfire         By Associated Press: Former state trooper dies in Alaska prison Tanner pleaded guilty in 2015 to two counts of felony second-degree sexual abuse of a minor.         By Kalinda Kindle: Proposed ordinance …

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For Edible Alaska: What happens when you switch to a traditional Alaska Native diet for a month? Unexpected things.

By Julia O’Malley: For Edible Alaska: What happens when you switch to a traditional Alaska Native diet for a month? Unexpected things.

Alaska News November 15, 2017

By Cameron Mackintosh: Marijuana Control Board to discuss onsite consumption at Wednesday meeting         By Sidney Sullivan: VIDEO: Shismaref road erodes away in storm         By Kortnie Horazdovsky: GCI employees’ information compromised GCI says it is working with The Siegfried Group, a forensic investigation firm and law enforcement to …

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Updated December, 2016