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Sunday, January 9, 2000

Around town

Around town

Obituaries
Charlie George Sharclane, Elizabeth M. (Goodman) Dozier

Obituaries
Charlie George Sharclane, Elizabeth M. (Goodman) Dozier

Inside out

Inside out

Panhandle Post

Panhandle Post

Dairy days
Anecdotes are history unexamined and, as such, are apt to be dismissed as insufficient reflections of a time.

Dairy days
Anecdotes are history unexamined and, as such, are apt to be dismissed as insufficient reflections of a time.

Privacy, schools amoung early bills
Two bills to protect privacy will face legislators this year. Lawmakers will also be looking at a proposal to let people teach in rural Alaska before they complete a teacher certification program.

Snow causes slew of accidents
An on-again, off-again snowstorm Saturday put Juneau motorists between a rock and a cold berm.

State and local briefly
JUNEAU - In an effort to provide additional service to the communities on Prince of Wales Island, the Alaska Marine Highway System has added a new link from Hollis to Ketchikan, debuting the evening of Jan. 10.

Police and fire blotter

Snow causes slew of accidents
An on-again, off-again snowstorm Saturday put Juneau motorists between a rock and a cold berm.

Cordova residents come home
Things were returning to normal Saturday at Cordova Heights Apartments in West Juneau, following Wednesday night's fire that drove about 40 residents from their homes.

Legislature back in town
When the 2000 legislative session is over, it may be remembered for what wasn't done.

District seeking more money from state for new high school
The Juneau School District is appealing the amount of state funding the proposed new high school is eligible for, as well as its ranking on a priority list.

Privacy, schools amoung early bills
Two bills to protect privacy will face legislators this year. Lawmakers will also be looking at a proposal to let people teach in rural Alaska before they complete a teacher certification program.

Legislative housing not a problem
The vacancy signs are out in Juneau.

Police and fire blotter

State and local briefly
JUNEAU - In an effort to provide additional service to the communities on Prince of Wales Island, the Alaska Marine Highway System has added a new link from Hollis to Ketchikan, debuting the evening of Jan. 10.

Legislature back in town
When the 2000 legislative session is over, it may be remembered for what wasn't done.

Legislative housing not a problem
The vacancy signs are out in Juneau.

District seeking more money from state for new high school
The Juneau School District is appealing the amount of state funding the proposed new high school is eligible for, as well as its ranking on a priority list.

Cordova residents come home
Things were returning to normal Saturday at Cordova Heights Apartments in West Juneau, following Wednesday night's fire that drove about 40 residents from their homes.

Word of mouth

`Einstein Gap' turns son against dad
Recently I received a phone call from my son, Rob. It was a phone call that every parent dreads.

Eaglecrest an asset
Letter by Mark Farmer

Word of mouth

Give up on road
Letter by Floyd Peterson

Tough choices ahead for state budget
Legislators gavel themselves into session on Monday and once again must tackle the issue that won't go away: How to balance a budget in times of declining oil revenues.

Give up on road
Letter by Floyd Peterson

`Einstein Gap' turns son against dad
Recently I received a phone call from my son, Rob. It was a phone call that every parent dreads.

Tough choices ahead for state budget
Legislators gavel themselves into session on Monday and once again must tackle the issue that won't go away: How to balance a budget in times of declining oil revenues.

Eaglecrest an asset
Letter by Mark Farmer

Crowds spoil downtown
Letter by Elizabeth Miller

Crowds spoil downtown
Letter by Elizabeth Miller

Ketchikan girls win Penninsula Challenge
Mary Scudero scored 26 points as the Ketchikan Kings girls basketball team won the Peninsula Challenge championship 80-62 over Class 3A power Grace Christian Saturday in Soldotna.

Ketchikan girls win Penninsula Challenge
Mary Scudero scored 26 points as the Ketchikan Kings girls basketball team won the Peninsula Challenge championship 80-62 over Class 3A power Grace Christian Saturday in Soldotna.

Juneau boys rally after losses to beat West
A day after its worst defeat in five years, the Juneau-Douglas boys basketball team nearly rebounded but couldn't overcome the hot-shooting Colony Knights, falling 58-50 at the CCM Hoops Challenge Friday.

Juneau boys rally after losses to beat West
A day after its worst defeat in five years, the Juneau-Douglas boys basketball team nearly rebounded but couldn't overcome the hot-shooting Colony Knights, falling 58-50 at the CCM Hoops Challenge Friday.

Juneau girls split with Palmer
High school basketball games last 32 minutes, but sometimes it only takes a few seconds to change the course of a game.

Juneau girls split with Palmer
High school basketball games last 32 minutes, but sometimes it only takes a few seconds to change the course of a game.

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