Forensic audit of the books back to 2010 nearly complete, with more than $400,000 already paid back by former GM Donna Vukich.
The deadly influenza pandemic known as the Spanish Flu, killed millions of people world wide but hit Alaska particularly hard. Thursday evening, an Anchorage lecture will examine the impacts to the Bristol Bay region and how the canneries there helped the local population.
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