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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Fairbanks, AlaskaOne Dollar saturday March 14, 2015 Fairbanks daily news mine the voice of Interior Alaska since 1903inside today Board of game rejects proposal to re establish Wolf Hunting Buffer zone. A a22 die from suspected exposure Dorothy Chomicz Chomicz news two men died of suspected exposure in two separate areas of Fairbanks on Friday. The first death was reported at 10 22 . By a person who saw someone lying Down West of the sidewalk that runs along Farmers Loop Between Taku drive and alumni drive at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Campus. Uhf police and Alaska state troopers responded and found the body of Evan b. Charles 30, of Emmonak. Uhf police suspect Charles May have died of exposure and was not the victim of foul play according to uhf spokeswoman Marmian Grimes. The second death was reported shortly before 5 . When Fairbanks police received word that a Many a body had been found on the Bike path East of the Steese Highway according to sgt. Gary Yamamoto. The Man was identified but police Are waiting to notify his next of Kin before releasing his name Yamamoto said. It appears the Man froze to death and foul play is not suspected he said. A late Winter cold snap settled into the Interior last week and the temperature dipped Down to 25 below Zero thursday night and Friday morning. Charles was a uhf student but did not live on Campus according to Grimes. The Man found near the Steese Highway was a member of the homeless Community according to Yamamoto. Contact staff writer Dorothy Chomicz at 459-7582. Follow her on twitter @ fun Mari me. Staff writer Sam Friedman contributed to this report. �3the weather. Partly Cloudy today. Another Cool one with Temps below Zero. High today.-1 Low tonight.-24 weather a Laurora forecast. Auroral activity will be moderate. Weather permitting displays will be visible overhead from Barrow to Talkeetna. This information is provided by Aurora forecasters at the geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. For More information about the Aurora visit uhf Layoff notices expected As Many As 225 jobs could be axed starting next month As part of budget cuts by Jeff Richardson Richardson i an initial wave of Layoff notices Likely will be sent out to University of Alaska Fairbanks employees next month the first stage of a process that could claim As Many As 225 jobs. Uhf Chancellor Brian Rogers said in an interview thursday he expects layoffs will be a necessary ingredient in a plan to slash $22 million or More from the budget next year. Cuts to state spending inflation negotiated pay raises and other fixed expenses Are contributing to most of the anticipated spending Gap he said. Rogers said he a hopeful unpaid employee furloughs a both voluntary and mandatory a would fill some of that void. A review of 46�?T programs for potential elimination is also underway with a target of $3 million in savings. Once those options Are exhausted several rounds of layoffs Are anticipated trimming 200 to 225 positions from uhf. A previous round of budget cuts eliminated 160 positions this year about a third of them full time regular jobs. Most of the those full time positions were vacant and Only nine Laid off employees weren to hired Back into another uhf Job. Rogers said he expects this round to be tougher. A higher proportion of cuts will be full time spots he said and it will be tougher to find new jobs for those who lose theirs he said. Rogers said uhf is working to balance the need to give ample warning to affected employees without moving too soon. The legislature still Hasni to finalized its funding for the University of Alaska but the latest funding targets by the House include a Cut of about $25 million throughout the system. Lean times Arentt expected to end anytime soon based on an overview that state budget director Pat Pitney gave on Friday to the a Board of regents. Because of a deep drop in Oil revenues the state is expected to draw $3.5 billion from its reserves both this year and next. Even if Oil prices return to $100 per barrel a about double where they re at today a reserves would be depleted in seven years. Under the circumstances every department in the state will be asked to make Many painful cuts during the next few years she said. These Are hard choices a she said. A i Tell people we have to pick the four least bad choices of the five that Are out Contact staff writer Jeff Richardson at 459-7518. Follow him on twitter fun business. Legends of Huslia a a i id Tarod Veteran Dee Dee Jonrowe of Willow right gives a big hug to mushing legend Warner vent on Friday in Huslia. Jon Rove e was the first woman id Tarod Musher to arrive in Huslia. Vent ran the id Tarod three times in the 1970s, never placing lower than third. This is the first time Huslia has hosted the id Tarod As a checkpoint and it is the Halfway Point in the race. Erin Corneliussen news Miner Jonrowe has come a Long Way from frightened Rookie looking for respect by Casey Grove Grove Huslia a gaining the respect of the legendary dog Drivers from this mushing Mecca has Long been a goal of Willows Deedee Jonrowe who was the first woman racer to arrive Here at the Halfway Point of her 33rd id Tarod Trail sled dog race. One of Huslia a own id Tarod veterans 74-year-old Warner vent was among those on the list Jonrowe said while Fum online a stay up to Date on id Tarod coverage online a www. on twitter a news Miner on f Facebook a inside a race update a a6 bling with dog harness clips using stiff Frozen fingers Friday morning. Jonrowe a dogs were parked in a Corner of the dog lot Here wearing their trademark Pink jackets. It was sunny and about 40 below and other jacketed dogs around the lot snooze in their piles of Straw. In the 1980 id Tarod Jon rowers Rookie year the men from this Region who were in the race with her had joked and laughed with her and let her Park her team next to theirs she said. As a frightened unknown Musher at the time. Jonrowe said the camaraderie helped her get through the 1,000-mile race from Anchorage to Nome where she finished 24th. A never since then i just wanted them to be proud of what in be done a Jonrowe said. What she did was rack up 16 top 10 finishes including a string of them from 1988 to 1998. She probably earned the Village mushers respect Long ago. Huslia a7plea Deal former Fairbanks Parish priest will serve at least 10 years for child pornography. Interior Page a4 sourdough Jack Quot Dee Dee s got my respect Quot Nanook shooters for top spots in Mcaa meet by Jaiyde Cline pc Lineu its Only fitting that Ohio states top Small bore shooter Junior Remington Perry Lyman is named after something firearm related in his first Middle and last name. It also seems fitting that Lyman has been shooting since age 2. His parents Deborah and David Lyman who originally were from Alaska decided to give their son his own name instead of a family name naming him Remington after the popular . Firearms and ammunition manufacturer that a been in business since i812. Mcaa Rifle championships a air Rifle individual and team Competition 7 15 . To 4 . Saturday at uhf Patty Center a Era banquet at 7 . At the Carlson Center a tickets available at the Patty Center a we decided very Early on that we were going to give him his own name rather than a family name a Deborah Lyman said. 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