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Bill Roth
Anglers try their luck while salmon fishing for silvers, chum, and pink salmon at Bird Creek south of Anchorage along the Seward Highway on Tuesday, July 29, 2014.
Kyle Hopkins
The Inupiaq have a name for walrus with extra tusks, says Mary Sage of Barrow, who shared photos of the spoils of a recent hunt: Tulugiagruaq. 
Mike Nesper
South Post 4 entered the American Legion Alaska state tournament with the worst league record of eight teams vying for the title. After a dominating performance Tuesday afternoon at Mulcahy Stadium, South now owns the best record in the tournament and will play in the championship game Thursday as the only undefeated team left.
Alaska Dispatch News
Couple's motto: "Work hard with a purpose, save money, don’t worry too much, save money, sleep outside, ride a bike, don’t buy stuff, don’t worry, ride a bike, save money, work hard and eventually quit your job because your life is more important."
Doyle Woody
UAA on Tuesday revealed its 2014 class for the Seawolf Hall of Fame: Peter Bullock, Eric Strabel and Tim Molle.
Laurel Andrews
A male Steller sea lion pup born at the Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward earlier this month will be invaluable to a research project study on the nutritional needs of female sea lions, the center's president and CEO Tara Riemer said Monday.
Tara Young
It's been a year since the Pebble Partnership lost two major investors, taking with them numerous jobs in a region that had few to begin with. Now the communities are adjusting to their new reality.
Anne Raup
Anchorage's Mini-Maker Faire had sunny skies and warm temperatures at the Loussac Library as part of Alaska Entrepreneurship Week. The faire included live music as well as many booths featuring a diverse group of makers. 
Bill Roth
Every year thousands of Alaska residents migrate to the sandy beaches at the mouth of the Kenai River to participant in the personal use dipnetting fishery.
Tara Young
Every two years, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson opens its gates to the public for two days of free aerial demonstrations, military equipment displays and aircraft tours. “It’s the largest single event in all of Alaska,” said Dave Peters, treasurer for the Alaska Air Show Association, a nonprofit that assists in organizing the open house.Watch this video on Vimeo or YouTube, and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more great videos. Contact Tara Young at tara(at)alaskadispatch.com.
Bob Hallinen
The 2014 Arctic Thunder air show was held at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Saturday, July 26, 2014. The featured performance was the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds.
Marc Lester
The Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum in Fairbanks may be one of the most unique car collections in the country.

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