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    News of the North

    Monday, October 10th, 2022 - 14 minutes

    The Juneau Chamber of Commerce held its annual dinner Saturday evening, the theme was the celebration of mining, “all that glitters.”

    A fundraiser was held Saturday to raise money for the Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska's Mobile Mammogram program.

    Katie Ringsmuth, Mug Up, project leader and Alaska's state historian talked about the walk-through Storied Salmon section of 'Mug Up' in the Alaska State museum Saturday.

    Charlotte Truitt, Juneau Symphony's Executive Director, and Christopher Koch musical director, joined Dano on Capital Chat to talk about Juneau Symphony's full season.

    Research conducted by the University of Alaska is showing potential for commercial production of billions of barrels of heavy oil under existing fields on the North Slope.

    A public comment period on where new recreational cabins in southeast should go, is open.

    The Southeast Alaska Land Trust has announced the recent acquisition and conservation of 14 acres of wetlands adjacent to the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge.

    Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Health and Safety, Adam Crum, provided a heads-up to Alaskans about red ribbon week later this month.

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