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    Ketchikan, Alaska (AP)

    A grand jury in Ketchikan has failed to indict a former tribal president of the Ketchikan Indian Community on felony drug charges.

    The Ketchikan Daily News reports the district attorney’s office then filed misdemeanor attempted possession charges against Marly Edenso.

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