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Katie Bausler
This month marks 22 years since our family made the journey from Southern California to Southeast Alaska in a truck carrying two young children, a black lab and camping gear on an Alaska Marine Highway ferry from Bellingham, Washington, to Juneau.  What distinguished us from other passengers was our irreplaceable vehicle. 
Bill Roth
The Alaska Aces’ latest loss, Sunday’s 4-3 setback to the Bakersfield Condors on a last-minute goal, stung them like no other this hockey season.
Bob Hallinen
In two days of competition, nine state records were broken — six by girls and three by boys. And the Dimond boys equaled the record for consecutive team championships by claiming their sixth title in a row. The Juneau girls set the tone for Saturday’s finals. The first event was the girls 200-yard medley relay, and the Crimson Bears broke the record set in 2007 by former Juneau swimmers. Ciera Kelly swam the backstroke, Dakota Isaak swam the breaststroke, Mia Ruffin swam the butterfly and Rielly Walsh swam the freestyle for Juneau, which won the race in 1 minute, 46.75 seconds.
Sean Doogan
Alaska Communications has invested more than $500 million into its network and IT solutions department within the last eight years because the company sees potential in what it estimates to be a $1.9 billion and growing Alaska IT market.
Eva Holland
When World War II threatened the Aleutian Islands, the indigenous Aleut people were displaced from their homes, abruptly and without adequate explanation.
Alaska Dispatch News
The UAA men’s basketball team couldn’t protect the basketball or its new house in Friday night’s season opener.
Bob Hallinen
Swimmers compete in the 2014 Alaska State preliminary swimming championships at Bartlett High Pool on Friday, November 7, 2014. 
Megan Edge
Since they couldn't use puffin beaks, skin sewers working with the Alutiiq Museum used modern technology to stitch together pieces of the past.
Associated Press
It all begins with a euphoric voice over a crackling radio: "Hey, hey, hey!" The signal from an Inupiat whaling captain in a tiny boat on the grey waters of the Chukchi Sea is heard in nearly every home in Alaska's northernmost community, and its meaning is clearly understood.
Yereth Rosen
Columbia Glacier, one of Alaska’s best-known, most-viewed and fastest-changing glaciers, has retreated so far back that it is now separated into two sections, a transformation captured by satellite imagery. 
Alaska Dispatch News
Dimond sweeps East in the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball tournament Thursday at Service High.
Don Decker
Dalton M. Ghetti sculpts art from the pointed ends of graphite pencils. The figures -- some now on display at the Kimura Gallery -- are so small they are almost lost from view without magnification.