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Bob Hallinen
Haammom’ax. A gift that makes you smile. It’s my daughter’s Tsimshian name. She received it last summer at her great-grandparents’ home in the Southeast Alaska community of Metlakatla after we met them for the first time earlier that day.
Sean Doogan
A new office tower going up in Midtown Anchorage is making the most of its location -- right by the Chester Creek greenbelt.
Michelle Theriault Boots
Every year at the Fur Rendezvous Hide and Horn auction in Anchorage, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game auctions items confiscated from hunters, recovered from road kills or taken in defense of life and property. 
Marc Lester
The UAA men's basketball team beat Saint Martin's, 101-67, in their last regular season home game on Saturday, February 28, 2015, at the Alaska Airlines Center.
Alaska Dispatch News
Photos from several events of the 80th annual Fur Rendezvous winter festival from around Anchorage, Alaska.
Matt Tunseth
European skiers dominated the first day of the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association championships on Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, at Kincaid Park. 
Bob Hallinen
Mariano Gonzales' gave a sneak preview of his already-controversial show, “A Man in the Shadows,” at his home earlier this month. 
Mike Dunham
“Déjà Vu All Over Again in Chicken, Alaska” is being billed as the 25th anniversary of the Fur Rondy Melodrama. Dennis Sullivan, who plays the villainous Throckmorton Dirtbag, has been in 24 of them.
Zaz Hollander
Willow firefighters say they’ve agitated to raise local taxes to make essential upgrades. But, they say, they’ve been stymied by opposition from the very people supposed to be on their side: the three-person board of supervisors that runs the local fire service area. 
Beth Bragg
Skiing on its home trails, the UAA ski team shined on a sunny Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, at Kincaid Park, landing one man and two women in the top five of the Seawolf Invitational’s classic-technique race. 
Tegan Hanlon
Goldenview Middle School music teacher Dan Whitfield had always taught five classes, but this year he and the rest of the middle school elective teachers in the Anchorage School District have been required to teach for six out of the day’s seven periods. It's not a sustainable workload, Whitfield says.
Michelle Theriault Boots
On Tuesday, Alaska became the third state in the nation to legalize recreational marijuana. It turned out to be both a historic moment and a deeply understated occasion. With retail pot sales still at least a year off and public consumption banned, people who marked the moment mostly did so in private.

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