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Month-to-month GCI subscribers will see an increase of between $6.25 and $6.76 per month, depending on where they live. Sean Doogan

The ghost of Anchorage Christmases past is recycled in an ambitious outdoor art installation that makes use of gaudy holiday street decorations from the boom years.

Bob Hallinen
In the early days of aviation, the Alaska fishing industry only slowly accepted the new mode of transport as a reliable method of getting seafood from point A to point B. But over time, the two industries became inextricably linked.Colleen Mondor
The point I am trying to make is that at the very least, you have to really, really know your gardener before you buy something for him or her. And I can tell you that I, personally, don’t know your gardener, so why listen to me?Jeff Lowenfels
The ghost of Anchorage Christmases past is recycled in an ambitious outdoor art installation that makes use of gaudy holiday street decorations from the boom years.Mike Dunham

'Follow the Light' will reuse holiday street decorations from Anchorage’s boom years

December 19, 2014 - 9:27am -- krestia
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The ghost of Anchorage Christmases past is recycled in an ambitious outdoor art installation that makes use of gaudy holiday street decorations from the boom years.

The Anchorage Museum has received a gift of $1 million from the family of late federal judge James von der Heydt.Mike Dunham
What trends are in store for the 49th state in 2015? Will the cronut ever make its debut in the land of the midnight sun? Here are a few predictions.Shannon Kuhn

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