1. 2015 1-29 the Sunrise and whole sun light day from Fairbanks Lutheran Church


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    This is the whole day in a timelapse, with one frame every 20 seconds. From sunrise at 9:48 to the sunset around 4:28. The sun only gets 7 degrees above the horizon at the zenith. Ice fog as forming so there was a haze on the horizon.

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    • 2014 12-6 Fairbanks Sunny Saturday 5 above, Timelapse at 12 fps


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      A timelapse of a Fairbanks, Alaska webcam during an sunny day. Temperature is 5 above and the low sun angle is very apparent. About 4 hours of sunlight during the day.

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      • Fairbanks and Interior Alaska media coverage


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        Good morning everyone. Have you been wondering what its like here in the Interior of Alaska? Well here is a video with just a few peoples thoughts on the area. After watching it visit us at www.explorefairbanks.com to find out more.

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        • General Membership Luncheon: March 12, 2013 | Governor Bill Sheffield


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          Governor Bill Sheffield was the featured speaker at the March 12, 2013 Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce General Membership Luncheon. Bill Sheffield has been a leader in business, government, and public policy for most of the 60 years he has lived in Alaska. He served as governor from 1982 to 1986 following a business career in which he built a company that became one of the largest private employers in Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Since leaving office in 1986, Governor Sheffield has taken seats on several private and non-profit boards of directors, served as economic development consultant specializing in natural resource development and served as as Port Director for the City of Anchorage. As Director, Sheffield developed a Master Plan for development of the Port, increased Port awareness and implemented a massive expansion that started in 2002. He is a trustee of Alaska Pacific University; formerly a member of the Advisory Board of ENSTAR Natural Gas; a charter member of Commonwealth North, Alaska’s leading public affairs forum; Past Chairman of the Federal Salary Council; former Alaska Chairman of the United Nations 50th year celebration; recently received from Alaska Business Monthly the Lifetime Achievement Award in Business, 2006. Retired President & CEO of the Alaska Railroad Corporation and now serves as its Vice Chairman of the Board. In recognition of his service to the Railroad and to the State of Alaska, the Alaska Railroad Depot at the Ted Stevens International Airport was named after Governor Sheffield in 1999. Bill Sheffield came to Alaska in 1953 as a regional sales representative for Sears Roebuck and in charge of television sales and service. He became one of the top salesmen in the nation during the 1950s and began his leadership in business groups such as the Jaycees and the Chamber of Commerce. In 1960, he purchased an Anchorage hotel and founded Sheffield Enterprises. In 1964 - literally the day before the giant Alaska Earthquake of March 27, 1964 - Sheffield opened a new hotel in Anchorage, beginning the expansion that peaked at 16 hotels and 750 employees around Alaska and the Yukon. He sold the company in 1987 to Holland America Line-Westours, one of the major players in Alaska’s growing tourism market. While in business, Sheffield served as president of the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce and the Alaska Visitors Association. As a candidate for Governor in 1982, Bill Sheffield’s theme was “bringing the state together,” a reference to a pair of divisive ballot initiatives that same year. His message of inclusion and problem-solving helped him win the governorship in a landslide. Governor Sheffield then turned his attention to curbing the runaway growth in state government, promoting efficient business-style management of public works projects, and saving more of Alaska’s oil wealth in the Alaska Permanent Fund – a fund now worth $40 billion. As Governor he also worked to position Alaska for the inevitable decline in North Slope oil production, the principal source of public wealth in the state. Sheffield, in his fourth retirement, is traveling across the state speaking on behalf of the in state gas pipeline that is before the Legislature.

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          • General Membership Luncheon: February 12, 2013 | Alaska Governor Sean Parnell


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            Governor Sean Parnell spoke at the February 12, 2013 Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce General Membership Luncheon at the Carlson Center. Governor Parnell focused particularly on energy relief for Interior Alaska.

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            • January 29, 2013 GML | Commissioner Dan Sullivan, Alaska Department of Natural Resources


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              The last General Membership luncheon of January featured guest speaker, Commissioner Dan Sullivan with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.

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              • January 22, 2013 GML | State of the University of Alaska Fairbanks


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                Chancellor Brian Rogers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks was the featured speaker at the January 22, 2013 General Membership Luncheon. He gave a wonderful State of the University address, focusing on the positive opportunities UAF has amid small fiscal and infrastructure setbacks.

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                • General Membership Luncheon: January 8, 2013 | Annual Award Presentation


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                  This was the first Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce General Membership Luncheon of 2013. Our featured speaker was Bruce Tangeman, Deputy Commissioner for the State of Alaska Department of Revenue. Our 2012 Annual Awards were presented to Wes Madden Real Estate (Bill Stroecker Business of the Year Award) and Mary Jane Fate (George Nehrbas Award). More information about the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce can be found at fairbankschamber.org

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