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NEWS CAPITAL CITY WEEKLY Kake’s Gunnuk Creek Hatchery will be closing in a little more than a month, something Kake residents and leaders say is a calamity for the town’s economy and access to fish.

Flooded by debt, Kake salmon hatchery to close

Gunnuk Creek Hatchery manager John Oliva stands in front of the Kake hatchery with his son, Thomas. The Olivas will move to Arizona after the hatchery’s closure on June 30.
Mary Catharine Martin
Gunnuk Creek Hatchery manager John Oliva stands in front of the Kake hatchery with his son, Thomas. The Olivas will move to Arizona after the hatchery’s closure on June 30.
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