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FAIRBANKS - A spokeswoman for the University of Alaska Museum of the North in Fairbanks says a decision on a new director should be made in a few weeks.
Kerynn Fisher says the job has been offered to an applicant. She oversaw fundraising for a $42 million expansion, which was completed in 2006.
She announced last year that she would retire.