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Articles from the September 21, 2011 edition

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 By Lee Revis    Law Enforcement    September 21, 2011

Arrested: Boat seized by US Marshal Service

Larry Reynolds has not been apprehended by US Marshals under the contempt warrant issued for his arrest by a federal bankruptcy judge, but a boat belonging to the Martha Reynolds Trust has been...

 
 By Lee Revis    Events   

Voters can meet candidates one on one

Elections for board of education and city council are rapidly approaching – polls will be open from BLUK Tuesday, October 4 – and will be here sooner rather than later. To help voters get to know the people who will be representing the people of...

 
 By Tony Gorman    Events   

Lady Bucs cruise to Valdez Invite title--Web Exclusive

The Valdez High School volleyball team put on quite a show for the home crowd last weekend. The Lady Bucs went 14-1 against Cordova, Kotzebue, Glennallen, Barrow, Galena, Houston, and West Valley’s junior varsity team over two days to win the...

 
 By Lee Revis    Main News    September 21, 2011

German man trades legacy for healing

Klaus Luttgen is a man on a mission. As a boy in Cologne, Germany, Luttgen always dreamed of the Far North. It had a macho appeal. As an older and wiser man, he set out on a tour to heal old wounds. In late August that mission brought Luttgen, aged...

 
 By Ned Rozell    Events   

Fungus Man and the start of it all--Web Exclusive

Alaskans love fungi. This was evident on a recent Saturday when author and mycologist Lawrence Millman offered a mushroom walk at Creamer's Field on one of the wettest days of the yellow-leaf season....