Best Local Girl Made Good


The story is painfully familiar: A lady with faith in her birth-control method fools around with a guy visiting from Oregon, and soon thereafter finds herself knocked up. "Aniak sure showed us," a Seattle Aquarium biologist told The Seattle Times, admitting the sea-otter team had suspended Aniak's birth-control shots, believing she was no longer fertile—a decision that presumably wasn't shared with Aniak. With her one-time paramour out of the picture, Aniak was positioned to become an unsupported single mother. But when Sekiu arrived in January, the community rushed to Aniak's side, flocking to the aquarium to view the happy mother and daughter. HANNA RASKIN 1483 Alaskan Way, 386-4300,

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