Alaskan


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a native or resident of Alaska

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Not entirely unremembered in Alaskan annals is the summer stampede of 1898 from Fort Yukon to the bench diggings of Tarwater Hill.
Alaskan salmon is exported to more than 120 countries worldwide.
Summary: Alaskan salmon is exported to more than 120 countries worldwide.
After The Alaskan Retreater's Notebook came out the publisher expressed an interest in this book, so I finally got it done.
Before beginning her dream job as sous chef in one of Seattle's hottest new restaurants, Josie Avery takes a summer position cooking at a lakeside lodge in the remote Alaskan town of Ponder.
Alaska Artisanal "Gives the Gift of Alaska." The company scours local farmers' markets, unique shops, and small marketplaces to source "wholesome, gourmet-quality Alaskan products grown and made by skilled Alaskan artisans," Once Alaska Artisanal has found their quality selection, they curate unique Alaskan-made products into gift baskets for any occasion.
Indeed, It would be difficult to argue that the Alaskan government was underfunded before 1968.
Climate change is posing a difficult question for the Alaskan village of Shishmaref: to relocate to the Alaskan mainland or not to relocate to the Alaskan mainland.
"We are very pleased with the continued support we are receiving from retailers embracing the Frontier Harvest Alaskan Jack's line of products, and our brand will be in distribution nationally during Lenten 2016," says Steven Chen, CEO and president of Alaskan Jack's Seafood Corp., based in El Monte, Calif.
Auto Business News-November 12, 2015--Renault to launch Alaskan in H1 2016
Renault will join the scramble for pick-up sales in 2017 when it launches the Alaskan -- a vehicle which, as well as the next Nissan Navara, will share elements with a Mercedes pick-up due for launch in 2020.
The White House and the U.S Department of Interior announced recently that the name of the mountain will be changed to reflect the history and desire of the Alaskan people.
The NAL SA was presented with the award for the organization's work helping Native American and Alaskan Native students and parents complete Title VII applications.
FHWA and the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) recently signed an agreement to ensure that the contractor on the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement project meets its contractual obligations regarding the use of disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs) and to promote a stronger statewide DBE program.
However, Jones argues that Alaskan individuals nonetheless contributed fiercely to the war effort, partially in an effort to gain political legitimacy and bring Alaskan interests to the fore on the national stage.