Wayback With The Copper River Country Journal: Archive Photos

Photos From The Copper River Country Journal Archives (Copyright © 1986-2020)    Adrian Ewan on the Baseball Field. 1990 NBA Branc...

Photos From The Copper River Country Journal Archives (Copyright © 1986-2020) 

 

Adrian Ewan on the Baseball Field. 1990
NBA Branch Manager Darby Hobston. 1994.

 

Shaun, Robert & Daryl Farnham, Chistochina Triplets, At Traveling Circus In Glennallen.

 

 
John (Pappy) Becker With 4th of July VFW Float.

Harry Johns, Parade Marshal on the 4th of July.

Peace & Dignity March Into Gulkana.

Barb Tipton, Potter. (File Photo, Country Journal)


Local volunteers try to save the Sports Page in Glennallen.

Alan Pete arrives at work at CRNA.
Florence Clayton of Santa's Clothing in Glennallen.
Quarterback  Jon Judge of Glennallen comes in for a dramatic touchdown against Houston for the Panthers, winning 42 to 6.
Fred E. Heinz Jr. with his dog team at the Pipeline Access Road.
4' 11" Cindy Rhodes of Brown Bear Rhodehouse – with her record Boone & Crockett Kodiak brown bear.
Larry Sine hams it up as the Gakona River breakup surrounds his cabin.
Sy Neeley, Shirley Bergey and Peg Virgin at Lions Club Health Fair.

Al Slemsek of Copper Valley Fuel. "Man Of The Year."

Al Sanders At The Top Of Willow Mountain.

Win Stiefel, Skating Down The Glenn.

Vera & Ken Roberson at the Log Visitor Center.

Meghan Strang of Gakona Lodge

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