Kodiakans filled Center Avenue to watch and parade in celebration of American Independence, Monday. Some observers said it was the best parade in years. Photos by Drew Herman/Kodiak Daily Mirror
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More than two dozen earthquakes with magnitudes between 3.7 and 5.2 were recorded in the immediate vicinity of the initial quake through 5 p.m. Monday.
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A line of more than 60 voters stretched the length of the hallway in the state building off 7th Avenue in downtown Fairbanks just before noon today. Fresh snow accumulated outside as Fairbanks saw its first day of substantial snowfall.
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“We have done our best to identify what we feel is the most streamlined, efficient and concise way of doing appeals within the Fairbanks North Star Borough,” the mayor told the assembly at a Committee of the Whole meeting.