March 13
Police assisted in the recovery of a dead bald eagle near the Yakutania Point bridge.

March 14
Police checked on an abandoned vehicle in the ditch on Dyea Road. Police helped the friend of the owner get the vehicle safely back to a Liarsville Road residence.

March 15
Police assisted residents with a civil standby at a 9th Avenue residence.

March 18
Fire responded to a false alarm at a Broadway Street business.

March 21
Fire and Police responded to a fire at a State Street residence. Residents escaped without injury. Cause of fire undetermined at this time. (see story in this issue).

March 23
Police located the owner of a vehicle parked on Alaska Street with its headlights left on. – SPD

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Photos by Jeff Brady of the 2012 Bike Rodeo sponsored by Skagway Police Dept, National Park Service, and Skagway School.