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Large ice jam damages buildings in Kotzebue

A large ice jam has damaged buildings and property in the western Alaska city of Kotzebue after ice on Kobuk Lake broke.

The Fairbanks Community Food Bank received a donation of 900 cases of food from Chartwells Dining Services.

Fairbanks Youth Advocates is a non-profit organization which provides emergency shelter for at-risk youth in Fairbanks. The organization also provides meals and counseling to youth who stay there.

The National Purple Heart Honor Mission announced today that it is opening the nomination process for its 2021 Purple Heart Patriot Project.

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