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First Bank

| Advertiser | December 25, 2010

Power of Alaska Banking

907-747-6636, (888) 597-8585
Fax: (907) 747-6635
PO Box 1829 Lake Street
203 Lake Street
Sitka, AK 99835
www.FirstBankAK.com

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Gary’s Outboard

| Advertiser | December 24, 2010

Locally owned and operated by Gary Den Herder
30+ years experience

907-747-9399
224-B Smith Street
Sitka, AK 99835
www.garysoutboard.com

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Harry Race & Whites Pharmacy

| Advertiser | December 21, 2010

Harry Race Pharmacy, Photo & Soda Shop
907-966-2130
106 Lincoln Street, Sitka, AK 99835

White’s Pharmacy
907-966-2150
705 Halibut Point Road (by Lakeside Grocery), Sitka, AK 99835

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Kenny’s Wok & Teriyaki

| Advertiser | December 17, 2010

Chinese & Japanese Cuisine
Mon-Fri 11:30am-9pm
Sat.-Sun. Noon-9pm
Delivery Available Noon-9pm, $15 Minimum

907-747-5676
210 Katlian St
Sitka, AK 99835

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Whole Soup – December 16, 2010

| Whole Soup | December 16, 2010

Download PDF Cover: Murray Pacific

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Our Town – December 16, 2010

| Christmas, Holidays, Music, Our Town, Songs | December 16, 2010

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Little Tokyo

| Advertiser | December 15, 2010

Sushi & Roll. Tempura. Teriyaki. Udon.
Mon.-Fri. 11am-9pm, Sat. 12-9pm (Closed Sunday)
Free Delivery – $15 Minimum

907-747-5699
907-747-4916 Fax
315 Lincoln Street
Sitka, AK 99835

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LFS Marine Supplies

| Advertiser | December 14, 2010

Not Just a Gear Store
Mon.-Sat. 9am-5pm
Sun. 10am-4pm

475 Katlian Street
Sitka, AK 99835
907-747- 3171

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Pizza Express

| Advertiser | December 12, 2010

Homemade Pizza & Authentic Mexican Food
Dine In, Take Out & Free Delivery
Mon-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun Noon – 9pm
Free Delivery  Mon-Sat ’til 10pm

907-966-2428
1321 SMC-H (In Sawmill Creek Plaza)
Sitka, AK 99835

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Sitka Realty

| Advertiser | December 7, 2010

Serving Sitka…A Family Tradition
Candi C. Barger, Broker

907-747-8922, 888-747-8922
Fax: 907-747-8933
228 Harbor Drive
Sitka, AK 99835
www.sitkarealty.com

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TMW Custom Auto

| Advertiser | December 5, 2010

Auto Sales & Repair

907-747-3144

125 Granite Creek Road
Sitka, AK 99835

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Sitka True Value

| Advertiser | December 4, 2010

Behind Every Project is a True Value
Mon.-Sat. 8am-6pm, Sun 10-4:30pm

907-747-6292
815 Halibut Point Rd
Sitka, AK 99835
ww3.truevalue.com/sitkatruevalue/Home.aspx

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Whole Soup – December 2, 2010

| Whole Soup | December 2, 2010

Download PDF Cover: True Value

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Our Town – December 2, 2010

| Dreams, Foreign Countries, History, Holidays, Our Town, Russia, Thanksgiving | December 2, 2010

Nochoy gorshok!”* the Soupster heard a man’s excited voice on the other side of the stout door saying. “Pazhalusta!”** Then came short, sharp knocks.

The Soupster looked around in a panic. Where was he? He was in a room where there was a short bed and a cabinet made of thick wood. He opened the door of the cabinet and it was empty, save for an old-style chamber pot.

The Soupster thought “What does this man want so badly? What is he saying?” The knocking continued. And somehow the Soupster knew he was in Alexander Baranof’s bedroom and the manager of all of Russian-America needed his chamber pot.

And then the Soupster was taken up in a swirl that reminded him of the part of the Wizard of Oz with Dorothy’s house in the tornado. When he got his bearings he was back in Our Town, only the whole place was overrun with American servicemen. The Soupster could see his sister up the street, surrounded by soldiers and sailors offering to place their coats over a puddle for her and there were more GIs and seamen than puddles.

A newspaper blowing down the street caught against the Soupster’s shin. He glimpsed  the date – September 20, 1942 – before the same wind that propelled the paper swept the Soupster in the same swirl as before and he ended up in the crater of a dormant volcano. Mt. Edgecumbe?

He looked up at the blue sky. A fine spring day. And the Soupster was just starting to think about which side to climb up to get out of the crater, when he was almost hit by one, then another, large vehicle tire.

The air was saturated with the insect drone of a helicopter. Another tire fell from it. The helicopter kicked up dust that became a swirl and again carried the Soupster, this time back to town, with pavement beneath his feet.

The Soupster was surrounded by people. And he and they all had something over their head. Some kind of shroud. The Soupster could see light coming in from the bottom of the shroud. Nearly everybody wore X-tra Tuffs. “Where are we?” he whispered to the women next to him in the dark.

“What do you mean `Where are we?’” she said. “You’re in the Whalefest life-size whale. How did you get here, anyway” she said, to what by that time was only thin air, because the swirl took the Soupster to…

… his friends Corey and Barb’s house for Thanksgiving. The Soupster sat at the dinner table as Barb piled his plate high with slices of halmoncod, the turkey-shaped fish dish made from halibut (white meat), salmon (dark meat) with a bit of black cod on the rump.

She gave him so much halmoncod that he had to beg to take most his portion home. “So I can savor it more when I am not so full,” he begged Barb, who relented as the swirl once again came for the Soupster and brought him back to his own bed.

The Soupster opened his eyes, ending the dream. He was definitely back at home and it was three weeks before Christmas. After finishing the last of the leftover halmoncod at nearly midnight, shoveling it into his mouth in front of a great old movie, of course he got indigestion!

Well, he was awake now. “Might as well use the nochoy gorshok.” He said out loud. “Now what does that mean?” he wondered.

* Russian for “chamber pot.  ** Russian for “please!”

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Westmark Hotel & Restaurant

| Advertiser | December 1, 2010

Convient Downtown Location
105 Rooms & Suites
Raven Dining Room & Lounge

907-747-6241
907-747-5486 Fax
330 Seward Street
Sitka, AK 99835
www.westmarkhotels.com/sitka.php

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