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  • Fairbanks receives an average of 65 inches of snow each year.

  • Angoon is the only permanent settlement on Admiralty Island. It sits on the southwest coast at Kootznahoo Inlet.

  • In 2013, 438 residents lived in Angoon

  • A Tlingit village, Angoon residents practice a commercial fishing and subsistence lifestyle.

  • The 53rd annual shooting competition between the Alaska State Troopers and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police took place in Palmer, Alaska.

  • The annual shooting competition between the Alaska State Troopers and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police tests both team and individual shooting skills.

  • It’s estimated that nearly 24,000 Alaskan adults live with serious mental illness.

  • Located on the Kenai Peninsula, Anchor Point has around 2,000 residents.

  • Residents and visitors to Anchor Point can fish, camp, hike and ski.

  • Midwinter temperatures in Fairbanks have fallen as low as -62 Fahrenheit.

  • Named in 1902 after Indiana Senator Charles Fairbanks, the population of Fairbanks continued to grow throughout the twentieth century.

  • Traveling by air, Fairbanks is about 45 minutes from Anchorage.

1 comments
Edward Rieth
Edward Rieth

Alaska State Troopers do it all, very impressive!

When I hang it up down here in the lower 48 up I'll probably enjoy my retirement in the most beautiful place we've ever visited and my favorite place to vacation, be looking for you!