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Saturday, January 1, 2000

Let the celebration begin
New Year's Eve weekend events around Juneau range from celebratory parties to alcohol-free dances to meditative church services. They include:

Home for the holiday: New Year's travelers fewer than expected
Local travel agents say fewer Juneau residents left town for New Year's Eve than expected.

Locals plan celebrations
When the ball drops, Kristine Gallagher will be saying her wedding vows.

Let the celebration begin
New Year's Eve weekend events around Juneau range from celebratory parties to alcohol-free dances to meditative church services. They include:

For some Juneauites, it's already 2000
While Juneau waits, some residents traveling or living abroad have already welcomed the year 2000.

Alaskans ring in the New Year in their own ways
ANCHORAGE - From fireworks over Kodiak Harbor to turkey bowling by the Bering Sea, public celebrations of the year 2000's arrival in Alaska have a family feel.

Alaskans ring in the New Year in their own ways
ANCHORAGE - From fireworks over Kodiak Harbor to turkey bowling by the Bering Sea, public celebrations of the year 2000's arrival in Alaska have a family feel.

Locals plan celebrations
When the ball drops, Kristine Gallagher will be saying her wedding vows.

State Y2K experts say 'don't panic'
ANCHORAGE - State and federal officials say Alaska is ready for the year 2000, although they admit it's a big unknown. That's why they have backup plans.

State Y2K experts say 'don't panic'
ANCHORAGE - State and federal officials say Alaska is ready for the year 2000, although they admit it's a big unknown. That's why they have backup plans.

Home for the holiday: New Year's travelers fewer than expected
Local travel agents say fewer Juneau residents left town for New Year's Eve than expected.

For some Juneauites, it's already 2000
While Juneau waits, some residents traveling or living abroad have already welcomed the year 2000.

We are the news we will watch on New Year's Eve
As the clock rolls over tonight to the year 2000, the world will, for the first time in human history, be watching to see the how the global community reacts to a single problem.

A toast to the past 100 years
"To kill a man will be considered as disgusting (in the twentieth century) as we in this day consider it disgusting to eat one.''

A toast to the past 100 years
"To kill a man will be considered as disgusting (in the twentieth century) as we in this day consider it disgusting to eat one.''

The gifts we remember: Memories of a lifetime
A large box arrived on the front porch the other day. It contained a gift from my old fishin' buddy Norval Netsch. Norval and I worked together at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Norval and his wife Jane come to our neighborhood occasionally from Missouri where they are in the process of turning the old Netsch farm into a game preserve.

The gifts we remember: Memories of a lifetime
A large box arrived on the front porch the other day. It contained a gift from my old fishin' buddy Norval Netsch. Norval and I worked together at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Norval and his wife Jane come to our neighborhood occasionally from Missouri where they are in the process of turning the old Netsch farm into a game preserve.

We are the news we will watch on New Year's Eve
As the clock rolls over tonight to the year 2000, the world will, for the first time in human history, be watching to see the how the global community reacts to a single problem.

Young Bears ace first test
With just two returning seniors on its roster, no one was sure how the young Juneau-Douglas boys basketball team would respond in a big game - not even its coach, George Houston. He got a pleasing glimpse of what's to come Thursday night.

Lathrop shuts down Sitka
The Sitka girls basketball team knew what the Lathrop Malemutes were going to do, but there was nothing the Wolves could do about it. Lathrop claimed a 79-31 victory Thursday afternoon in the third round of the Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School.

Sports in Juneau
Today, Dec. 31

Young Bears ace first test
With just two returning seniors on its roster, no one was sure how the young Juneau-Douglas boys basketball team would respond in a big game - not even its coach, George Houston. He got a pleasing glimpse of what's to come Thursday night.

Kalama claims third
On Dec. 4, nine members of the Kalama boys basketball team were decked in football pads, playing in the Class 1A Washington state championship. The Chinooks, who won the crown last year, lost in the title game this year and were still recovering when they arrived in Juneau for the Capital City Classic.

Lathrop shuts down Sitka
The Sitka girls basketball team knew what the Lathrop Malemutes were going to do, but there was nothing the Wolves could do about it. Lathrop claimed a 79-31 victory Thursday afternoon in the third round of the Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School.

Sports in Juneau
Today, Dec. 31

Defense leads Juneau girls past Olympic
Juneau-Douglas High School girls basketball coach Jim Hamey said defense is something he can count on every time the Crimson Bears take the floor.

Kalama claims third
On Dec. 4, nine members of the Kalama boys basketball team were decked in football pads, playing in the Class 1A Washington state championship. The Chinooks, who won the crown last year, lost in the title game this year and were still recovering when they arrived in Juneau for the Capital City Classic.

Defense leads Juneau girls past Olympic
Juneau-Douglas High School girls basketball coach Jim Hamey said defense is something he can count on every time the Crimson Bears take the floor.

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