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[KTVF news stories from Fairbanks during 1973 - 1]
AAF-6026 contains television news stories that were aired on KTVF-TV in Fairbanks, Alaska, during January and February, 1973. Scenes include a Mrs. Matthews being interviewed about developing bike trails in Fairbanks (1/1/73), and local survey results on the subject (1/1/73); people pumping gas into cars and man speaking about unleaded gas (1/4/73); Larry Holmstrom demonstrating exercise equipment at a Fairbanks health spa; fire damage at Lathrop High School (1/3/73); members of the Pioneers of Alaska at a reception (1/6/73); firefighters fighting fire in small building (1/6/73); Main Junior High fire alarm system and upgrades being discussed by Principal Chuck Smith (1/6/73); George Attla hooking up and running his dog team and talking about his sponsor (1/6/73); Hutchison Career Center during construction in Fairbanks (1/9/73); unidentified man being interviewed about the work release program at the correctional center, and jail superintendent Tom Drake being interviewed (1/11/73); Alaska State Senate in session with story by Larry Holmstrom (1/13/73); crowd at Teamsters meeting (1/23/73); BLM offices on Aurora Drive with Smokey-the-Bear (1/26/73); carbon monoxide test equipment being demonstrated (1/27/73); teacher for the hearing-impaired being interviewed about new hearing aid (1/27/73); American Legion Flag story about flying the flag until all POWs are returned from Viet Nam (1/30/73); story about using sodium vapor lights at Fairbanks intersections (2/7/73); Henry's Yarn Shop on College Road (2/10/73); and Libertarian Party candidate Hospers.