Ruth Lister arrived in Fairbanks with her 15-month-old daughter, Cady Sky, on her hip.
Chris Garber-Slaght let out a slight groan as he hoisted a five-gallon jug of syrupy brown liquid and emptied it into a large, filter-lined funnel near eye level.
For many Alaskans, admission of the state into the Union in 1959 represented the end of a long, hard-fought battle to be considered first-class citizens in America.
The sink in Lorena Hegdal’s kitchen is bright yellow -- crazy yellow. It's just a sink, but in Hegdal's otherwise traditional kitchen it stands out like a red spot on a Dalmatian.
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