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The two non-resident cases were identified as seafood industry workers employed by a Kenai seafood processor.
- By Frank Schultz, The Janesville Gazette, Wis.
Freitag led soldiers from Fort Wainwright, Alaska, to Iraq in 2005-06. He commanded a Stryker cavalry squadron — about 550 troops — with the 14th Cavalry Regiment.
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It was busy, but not crowded, in the Fairbanks’ city center also. Face masks were the exception, not the norm, but social distancing was common.