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Articles from the June 27, 2012 edition

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 By Ned Rozell    Main News    June 27, 2012

Mug shot of a wolf, magpie names, goodbye Rat Island

Sometimes you get lucky. Ken Tape feels that way, after a time-lapse camera he set up in northern Alaska captured a full-frame portrait of a wolf. He shared the image with me, and, now, with you....

 
 By Lee Revis    Law Enforcement    June 27, 2012

Werder guilty on 34 counts of assault, sex abuse

A Valdez jury convicted former Valdez man Derek Werder of 28 felony sex abuse charges and six assault charges Thursday afternoon after a trial lasting nearly two weeks. Werder was accused in August 2011 of numerous counts of sexual abuse involving...

 
 By Lee Revis    Events   

Relay for Life graced with sunshine

Relay for Life – the 24-hour fundraising walkathon held to raise cash to aid cancer patients and fund research for a cure – held its main Valdez event Friday evening through Saturday. Dozens of...

 
 By From the Valdez Fish Derbies    Events   

Alaskans still dominating fish derby

With bluebird skies in Valdez much of last week, the Valdez Fish Derbies weigh-in shack was busy weighing in fish - and anglers were happy to hang out in the sunshine after returning to port. Several fish were weighed in at over 100 pounds and most w...

 
 By Lee Revis    Main News    June 27, 2012

Spiritual labyrinth connects the faithful

The once overgrown lot between two churches on Pioneer Dr. has been transformed into what Rev. Phillip Kettering of Epiphany Lutheran and Episcopal Church calls a spiritual labyrinth. The winding...