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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska park officials are closing two state campgrounds because of the threat of falling trees brought on by insects and aggravated by a warming climate. Campgrounds south of Denali National Park will be closed after spruce bark beetles ate through trees, killing them. State parks director Ricky Gease (gees) says rotten […]
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