In September 1965, Jo An White walked into First National Bank Alaska's Channel Branch looking to make a deposit and walked out with a job. The branch, on the corner of 10th and F streets, was no more than three years old at the time.
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It didn't take a vote of the people to oust Alaska's Division of Elections director. Only one vote was needed.
Gail Fenumiai turned in her resignation Friday at the request of Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott, who oversees the division.
Southeast Alaska fishermen have pulled in almost 10 million salmon so far this summer even as the pace of fishing remains below five-year averages, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. On Sunday, ADF&G reported seiners had hauled in 4.
It didn't take long for the Ellsworth House to burn Saturday. Orange flames poured from the log cabin's bedroom windows, shattering glass and torching the roof and siding. A huge plume of gray smoke, visible from miles away, billowed above the property.