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Cantwell events calendar

1. Amarone by the Fireside 2021; 2. May Book - Exhalation: Stories by Ted Chiang; 3. Denali and Wrangell-St.Elias NPs, with moderate hikes;
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Magnitude 5.5 earthquake centered near Cantwell felt across Southcentral

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - A magnitude 5.5 earthquake that hit near the Cantwell area at 9:10 a.m. Thursday was felt across Southcentral. According the the Alaska Earthquake Center, the quake was centered around 17 miles southeast of Cantwell. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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Clear Lake man given suspended sentence for burglary

CLEAR LAKE — A Clear Lake man has been given a suspended sentence after pleading guilty in a burglary case. 32-year-old David Powell and 41-year-old Jessica Geitzenauer were taken into custody on October 4th after being accused of a September 25th burglary of a Clear Lake residence where they allegedly kicked in the door of a residence and stole a number of items, including a television.
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St. Paul man accused of trying to disarm state trooper near Clear Lake to plead guilty

CLEAR LAKE — A plea change hearing has been set for a St. Paul Minnesota man accused of trying to disarm a state patrolman near Clear Lake back in November. Troopers say 23-year-old Dimitri Williams was found in a parked car in an interstate u-turn crossover just south of the mile marker 193 exit of Interstate 35 on the morning of November 22nd. A criminal complaint states that Williams was acting odd and kept walking around his vehicle to stay away from troopers and that he would not identify himself. Williams eventually got into the car and was grabbing items before being placed in handcuffs. The complaint states that once he was handcuffed, Williams went limp and acted like he was having a seizure.
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Clear Lake woman sentenced to probation after being given deferred judgment for burgulary

CLEAR LAKE — One of two people accused of burglary in Clear Lake in September has pleaded guilty and been given a deferred judgment. 41-year-old Jessica Geitzenauer and 32-year-old David Powell were taken into custody on October 4th after being accused of a September 25th burglary of a Clear Lake residence where they allegedly kicked in the door of a residence and stole a number of items, including a television. Both were charged with third-degree burglary, a Class D felony punishable by up to five years in prison, and fifth-degree criminal mischief, an aggravated misdemeanor.
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Probation for Clear Lake man arrested for having stolen motorcycle, high speed pursuit

CLEAR LAKE — It’s probation for a Clear Lake man arrested for having a stolen motorcycle and a high-speed chase. 27-year-old Ryan Whitver was arrested on February 6th after a deputy attempted to make a traffic stop near State Highway 122 and North 40th Street in Clear Lake for an equipment violation and for license plates not matching the vehicle. A 15-minute pursuit reached speeds of up to 100 miles per hour at times, ending after Whitver crashed into a ditch at 230th Street.
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One of Clear Lake couple pleads guilty to September burglary

CLEAR LAKE — One of two people accused of burglary in Clear Lake earlier this fall has pleaded guilty. 41-year-old Jessica Geitzenauer and 32-year-old David Powell were taken into custody on October 4th after being accused of a September 25th burglary of a Clear Lake residence where they allegedly kicked in the door of a residence and stole a number of items, including a television. Both were charged with third-degree burglary, a Class D felony punishable by up to five years in prison, and fifth-degree criminal mischief, an aggravated misdemeanor.
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Clear Lake man gets year in jail after pleading guilty to threatening police officer

CLEAR LAKE — A Clear Lake man accused of threatening a female police officer has been sentenced to a year in jail. 43-year-old Scott Thelke was accused of being involved in an incident on September 7th at a Clear Lake restaurant and bar. Court documents state that a Clear Lake police officer was dispatched to the establishment where Thelke was being drunk and disorderly.
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Former Clear Lake city councilwoman remembered for her dedication to the community

CLEAR LAKE — Former Clear City city councilwoman Julie Steinberg was honored for her dedication to the community at this week’s meeting of the City Council. Steinberg died on Sunday after being diagnosed with a Glioblastoma brain tumor in June 2018. Steinberg and her husband moved to Clear Lake in...
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Famous McCandless 'Bus 142′ moved to UAF’s Museum of the North

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - Since it’s rise to fame through the story of Chris McCandless, the rust covered green and yellow “Magic Bus” or “Bus 142” has been an enticing and dangerous destination for hikers. To prevent further tragedy the Department of Natural Resources removed the bus from it’s long held home on the Stampede Trail outside of Healy, Alaska this past summer. Now the famous bus is settling into a new home at the University of Alaska Museum of the North, where it will be renovated and installed as an exhibition to immortalize it’s many stories.
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Famous McCandless 'Bus 142′ moved to UAF’s Museum of the North

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) - Since it’s rise to fame through the story of Chris McCandless, the rust covered green and yellow “Magic Bus” or “Bus 142” has been an enticing and dangerous destination for hikers. To prevent further tragedy the Department of Natural Resources removed the bus from it’s long held home on the Stampede Trail outside of Healy, Alaska this past summer. Now the famous bus is settling into a new home at the University of Alaska Museum of the North, where it will be renovated and installed as an exhibition to immortalize it’s many stories.
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‘Into the Wild’ bus likely lands a home at Fairbanks museum

HEALY, AK - JUNE 18: In this handout provided by the to Alaska Department of Natural Resources, the Alaska Army National Guard transports “Bus 142”, a 1940s-era Fairbanks city bus, from its longtime resting place on the Stampede Trail to an interim staging point on the Stampede Road on June 18, 2020 25 miles west of Healy, Alaska. The Department of Natural Resources decided to move the bus in response to continuing and significant public safety hazards, injuries, and deaths related to the bus. Used since as an emergency shelter, it became well-known after Jon Krakauer’s 1996 book “Into the Wild” and a 2007 movie with the same name popularized the story of 24-year-old wanderer Chris McCandless, who sadly died there alone in 1992 after a 114-day stay. (Photo by Alaska Department of Natural Resources via Getty Images)
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