Turnagain Times
 Vol. 17, No. 20
Serving Indian, Bird, Girdwood, Portage, Whittier, Hope, Cooper Landing & Moose Pass  
October 16, 2014

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Swans swim in Potter Marsh on a mid-October evening. The birds will be leaving these wetlands soon to migrate south for the winter.

Front Page Articles
Vol. 17, #20 10/16/14

> Voters have a lot to consider in the general election
By Ken Smith | Turnagain Times
When voters go to the polls for the general election Nov. 4, they will have a lot to consider. There will be three significant ballot measures, a hotly contested U.S. Senate race, the state's lone congressional seat . . .

> Bird Ridge Trail – an arduous hike with a spectacular view of Turnagain Arm
By Marc Donadieu | Turnagain Times
A challenging trail always seems a little bit easier when astounding views alleviate its rigors. Bird Ridge Trail offers a vigorous, lung-busting, leg-pounding workout that matches its panoramic scenery . . .

> ADF&G provides clarification on wood bison spring release
By Marc Donadieu | Turnagain Times
In the last issue of the Turnagain Times, Oct. 2, a frontpage article "Wood bison set for spring release into the wild" contained some incorrect information. The article featured an interview with Alaska Wildlife . . .

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