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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Fairbanks, AlaskaOne Dollar saturday july 11, 2015 classified�b5 inside Fairbanks daily news mine the voice of Interior Alaska since 1905 inside today after intense debates . Removes Confederate Flag from its aircrew protecting pipeline from fire the weather. Partly Cloudy and warm temperatures expected again today. A Robin Wood two gtd. the proximity of the aggie Creek fire to the trans Alaska Oil pipeline system has prompted burnouts along five Miles of the pipeline and fire retardant drops adjacent to pump station 7-the fire is about 30 Miles Northwest of Fairbanks Between mile Post 33 and Milepost 37 of the Elliott Highway. Though the Northwest flank of the 26,141-acre fire is estimated to be As close As a half mile from Oil infrastructure the pipeline system is generally not threatened by wildfires according to Michelle Egan corporate communications director for Alyeska pipeline service co. The sense of safety has t prevented fire officials from working closely with Alyeska liaisons to conduct Structure Protection. The controlled bum will be in excess of 1,000 acres and Likely will produce heavy smoke according to Iris Estes Public information officer for the aggie Creek fire. The burnout is being conducted on the pipelines West Side both by hand drip torches and explosive charges dropped from aircraft. A video of the retardant drop next to the pump station was posted to Alyeska a Facebook Page on wednesday. Egan explained multiple factors protect the pipeline and pump station from fires. Wildfire a a3 evidence standstill in path of Hartman Case trial judge issues a deadline for action by Brian o Donoghue for Hie news Miner a judicial impasse Over Quot privileged statements about John Hartman s 1997 murder could derail october s scheduled non jury Quot trial of claimed new evidence exonerating the four men convicted of the killing a Fairbank it Superior court judge w arned this week. A a we re coming up against the time at which it s simply not fair to All sides to proceed in october if that Issue cannot he briefed a judge Paul Lyle said this past week. The Holdup conies from an unresolved appellate petition filed on behalf of Alaska inmate Jason Wallace a former Fairbanks Man serving 60 years for an unrelated murder. Wallace wants to keep confidential what he told a Public defender attorney and staff investigator about Hartman a murder years ago. Hartman a a5 gov. Signs Bill for sex assault prevention in schools the associated press Juneau a gov. Bill w7alker has signed into Law legislation requiring school districts to develop programs aimed at raising aware Ness of and preventing sexual assault and dating violence. The Bill also Calls for suicide awareness and prevention training for teachers Counselor and administrators. Walker signed the measure thursday. A rewrite of the Bill by the Senate education committee included elements from other education Bills and would have made prevention programs voluntary. But it Wras overhauled before being passed by lawmakers on the final Day of the second special session. Parents will be Able to request that their children not participate in the sexual assault awareness and dating violence programs. The Bill also Calls for creation of a task Force to provide by june 30 recommendations for age appropriate curricula and teacher training materials. High today.76 Lowr tonight.56 Sunrise 3 39 . Sunset 12 11 a.111. Weather a a9 fort Wainwright Man die 1 n 1 by Sam Friedman sir Jedi in com a fort Wainwright Man died wednesday after Bis motorcycle struck a traffic Island in downtown Fairbanks. Sgt. Stanley Bernard Daniels jr., 32, was pronounced dead shortly after Midnight wednesday morning at Fairbanks memorial Hospital following a crash at the intersection of Gaffney Road and Barnette Street according to a news release from . Army Alaska. Daniels next of Kin have been notified. No other vehicles were involved in the crash. According to the Fairbanks police investigation Daniels Rode a motorcycle the wrong Way on a one Way Section of Gaffney Road Between Cushman Street and Barnette Street City spokeswoman Amber Courtney said. Eyewitnesses estimated Daniels was driving Down Gaffney at speeds of Between 80 and 90 Mph Courtney said. Skid Marks left behind in the Street indicated he tried to slow Down or Stop before he hit a traffic Island at Barnette Street and was thrown from his Bike. Daniels w As a military policeman with the 28th military police company according to the army news release. He joined the army in 2005 from Gurnee Illinois. Contact outdoors editor Sam Friedman at 459-7545. Follow him on twitter a it fun outdoors. Comics�a8 j dearabby�a7 markets �b4 j obituaries �a9 opinion a6 j sports �b1onthe Diamond 49ers rally against Valley. Sports Page b1 a a a felony charge Ester Man accused of raping unconscious woman. Interior Page a48-1 win for bucs bucs overwhelm Gold panners. Sports Page b1 sourdough Jack Quot them there Gold panners just need a visit from their Good Luck Charm a me Quot inter tribal powwow drummers play the sweeping lady drum from Anchorage during the Midnight Sun inter tribal powwow. More photos on Page All. Above Keeli Kotchik Little Lea from Eugene Oregon and of the first nations warm Springs and Wasco tribes right and Ashley Doctolero an Alt ii from Kodiak and miss Ida Ina 2015, left dance during the Midnight Sun inter tribal powwow behind the Carlson Center on Friday. The powwow continues from noon to Midnight today and from noon to 5 . Sunday. F.r1 n cd in Kli u seen news Miner file photos

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