In the Stack: Nonfiction dominates this week's library titles
Book reviews for the discerning reader
Most are immigrants
The majority of our ancestors immigrated from other countries. Reasons of the immigrations are varied.
President Bush is endangering the retirements of millions of Americans with his plan to "reform" (read: "dismantle") Social Security.
Photo: Hockey fans at work
Hockey enthusiasts play Thursday as the sun sets at Twin Lakes.
Canada is fine with the mine
Canadian federal regulators said last week they have found no significant environment impacts from the proposed multi-metal Tulsequah Chief Mine about 12 miles from the Alaska border.
Around Town is a listing of local nonprofit events.
Web-based history curriculum helps teachers
Before Juneau-Douglas High School students leave Kurt Dzinich's Alaska history class, they should know who qualifies for subsistence under differing federal and state laws, and that most rural Alaskans aren't Native.
Photo: All shook up
Teresa Germain rejoices after kissing Elvis impersonator Archie Cavanaugh on Friday during "An Elvis Birthday Bash!" at ANB Hall.
Alaska history course has costs
The new state mandate that high school students take a one-semester course in Alaska history, or show proficiency in the subject, comes with a price.
Humans are cause of most '04 fires
Last year seemed a bad year for fires in Juneau, the city's fire marshal said - until he looked at the numbers.
Schools, community promote racial accord
Race is like an undercurrent. Everyone feels it but is reluctant to talk about it.
Police & Fire
Reports from Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers.
Curt Begley Jr.
Former Juneau resident Curt Begley Jr., 61, died Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2004, at his home in Winlock, Wash. He moved to Winlock two years ago after living in Alaska for 30 years.
Longtime Juneau resident Maxine McCoy died Jan. 1, 2005, at the Swedish Hospital in Seattle, Wash.
Don't price out boat life
A proposal to crank up boater fees by 166 percent in Juneau's harbors is a fiscally responsible idea, but with a serious social side effect.
Empire editorials: Keep tsunami victims in mind
Juneau's official day of remembrance for tsunami victims has come and gone, but the righteousness of putting Alaskans' money where their hearts are must go on.
Cartoon by Toe
Cartoon by toe
My Turn: A plan for fighting terrorism
Although President Bush won the 2004 election handily and likes to speak of his "mandate," he is undoubtedly aware that during these last days of his first term, he has exceptionally weak approval ratings for a recently re-elected president.
Web links for the outdoor enthusiast
Braving the ice
As Liz Quinn of Sheridan, Wyo., got help adding traction to her shoes from her daughter before stepping out on Mendenhall Lake Friday, she said people were swimming in it the last time she visited.
A listing of outdoor events in town.
An update on the conditions at Eaglecrest
Sports in Juneau
Sports in Juneau is a service provided by the Juneau Empire to provide information on upcoming sports and outdoors events in Juneau.
Your local sports scoreboard
Bucks hand Jazz their 10th straight loss
Mike James figured he was going to win the game. He just had to decide how to do it.
Staff reports of Juneau sporting events.
Juneau wins Bear battle
Juneau girls basketball players spent much of their weekend home games against Bartlett as researchers, trying out new offensive plays and defensive schemes.
Crimson Bears 5th in Fairbanks
The last time the Juneau-Douglas High School wrestling team saw action, the Crimson Bears won the West Anchorage Christmas Classic.
Different kind of losing tests Sloan
Jerry Sloan thought for a while about the worst year in his life, the one that just passed when his wife of 41 years, Bobbye, died of pancreatic cancer, the one in which he had the difficult decision of returning to coach the Utah Jazz and the one in which the team got off to a horrible start.
Sitkans cool to Baranof Island crossing
A state proposal to build a road from Sitka across Baranof Island received an ice-cold reception by residents of the city.
This Day in History
In Alaska and the nation.
Report takes a look at status of Alaska Natives
A report issued Friday provides a wide-ranging look at Alaska Natives, including how the state's indigenous people are doing in areas of population, health, economics and education.
Staff reports from around the state.
United Parcel Service extends ground service to Alaska
When United Parcel Service announced it was going to make ground service available to places like Hawaii and Southeast Alaska, some people laughed, said company spokeswoman Christine McManus in Atlanta.