Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Business calendar

Business profile
Valerie DeLaune

Around the clock
A former Juneau resident has developed an aromatherapy product intended to assist weight loss.

Business profile
Valerie DeLaune

Business calendar

Mushing tours see explosive growth on local glaciers
Mushing on glaciers is getting to be a dog-eat-dog business.

Briefly

Mine looms as major player in Juneau economy
The Greens Creek mine on Admiralty Island is assuming an increasingly major role in the Juneau economy.

Mine looms as major player in Juneau economy
The Greens Creek mine on Admiralty Island is assuming an increasingly major role in the Juneau economy.

Around the clock
A former Juneau resident has developed an aromatherapy product intended to assist weight loss.

Briefly

Mushing tours see explosive growth on local glaciers
Mushing on glaciers is getting to be a dog-eat-dog business.

Nursing home chain seeks bankruptcy protection
ATLANTA - The nation's second-largest nursing home operator filed for Chapter 11 bankrupt

Nursing home chain seeks bankruptcy protection
ATLANTA - The nation's second-largest nursing home operator filed for Chapter 11 bankrupt

Administration increasingly worried over Iranian nuke program
WASHINGTON - The Clinton administration expressed new worry Monday over Iran's nuclear program and whether that country has acquired the capability to make nuclear bombs and other weapons of mass destruction.

Administration increasingly worried over Iranian nuke program
WASHINGTON - The Clinton administration expressed new worry Monday over Iran's nuclear program and whether that country has acquired the capability to make nuclear bombs and other weapons of mass destruction.

Around town

Obituaries
Ray Renshaw, Nedria Joyce Wence

Around town

Obituaries
Ray Renshaw, Nedria Joyce Wence

Around town

Around town

Obituaries
Ray Renshaw

Obituaries
Ray Renshaw

Police and fire blotter

Straying turtles end up dead in the water
Sea turtles usually live in warm waters off the coast of Mexico and Hawaii. Apparently that's where they should stay too, but they don't always.

Bill lets clubs ban men
Some women don't like having men around when they sweat.

Gap between U.S. rich and poor has grown wider, report says
WASHINGTON - In most states the income gap between upper income families and the rest of society has grown sharply higher over the last decade, a new report shows.

Crabbers to make case at Anchorage hearing
ANCHORAGE - With the Bering Sea snow crab fishery on hold until spring, many of the members of the Alaska Crab Coalition will be in Anchorage this January to offer up ideas to Congress on how to preserve their threatened livelihoods.

Land trade may yeild bigger parcel for family hoping to build near Eaglecrest
An Angoon family will get more than initially expected in a trade of the family's Admiralty Island in-holding for land near Eaglecrest Ski Area.

Deal draws mixed reviews
It could have been a lot less. It could have been a lot more.

Flashes may be meteor
Brilliant flashes of blue-white light, in some areas accompanied by rumbling, startled Southeast residents this morning.

Police and fire blotter

Mackie plan: Pay each Alaskan $25K
Sen. Jerry Mackie wants to give you $25,000.

Deal draws mixed reviews
It could have been a lot less. It could have been a lot more.

Pope names second archbishop for Anchorage
ANCHORAGE - Pope John Paul II today named a new archbishop for Anchorage who will succeed the Rev. Francis Hurley when he retires in two years.

Bill lets clubs ban men
Some women don't like having men around when they sweat.

Advocate of arts, kids to speak in capital city
Bill Strickland's ideas have changed the lives of hundreds of people.

Straying turtles end up dead in the water
Sea turtles usually live in warm waters off the coast of Mexico and Hawaii. Apparently that's where they should stay too, but they don't always.

Auto accident injuries up in Juneau
The enemy on the roads is us, according to a report recently released by the state Department of Transportation.

Crabbers to make case at Anchorage hearing
ANCHORAGE - With the Bering Sea snow crab fishery on hold until spring, many of the members of the Alaska Crab Coalition will be in Anchorage this January to offer up ideas to Congress on how to preserve their threatened livelihoods.

Samples of high school exit tests go on Internet
ANCHORAGE - For Alaska parents, high school students and teachers anxious about the upcoming state exams to graduate from high school, help has arrived via the Internet.

Board OKS mandatory hunter ed classes
ANCHORAGE - People wanting to hunt in certain areas of Alaska will be required to take mandatory hunter education classes starting in 2002.

Downing leaves Empire for Georgia position
Suzanne Downing, managing editor of the Juneau Empire, has been named editorial page editor of the Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle, it was announced Monday.

Neighbors brainstorm to save ailing Twin Lakes
Cheechako carp?

Downing leaves Empire for Georgia position
Suzanne Downing, managing editor of the Juneau Empire, has been named editorial page editor of the Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle, it was announced Monday.

Alaska straw poll expected to be Bush-Forbes battle
ANCHORAGE - Alaska's mainstream Republicans are lining up with their checkbooks behind presidential hopeful George W. Bush.

Samples of high school exit tests go on Internet
ANCHORAGE - For Alaska parents, high school students and teachers anxious about the upcoming state exams to graduate from high school, help has arrived via the Internet.

Agencies aim to cut airplane crashes
ANCHORAGE - The federal agency that's helped reduce the number of deaths in the commercial fishing and helicopter logging industries during the past decade is launching a three-year effort to bring down the number of aviation deaths in Alaska.

Board OKS mandatory hunter ed classes
ANCHORAGE - People wanting to hunt in certain areas of Alaska will be required to take mandatory hunter education classes starting in 2002.

Glacier Bay plan draws comments
The National Park Service expects to take a year to produce a compensation program for those harmed by new commercial fishing restrictions in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.

Gap between U.S. rich and poor has grown wider, report says
WASHINGTON - In most states the income gap between upper income families and the rest of society has grown sharply higher over the last decade, a new report shows.

State and local briefly

Land trade may yeild bigger parcel for family hoping to build near Eaglecrest
An Angoon family will get more than initially expected in a trade of the family's Admiralty Island in-holding for land near Eaglecrest Ski Area.

Neighbors brainstorm to save ailing Twin Lakes
Cheechako carp?

Flashes may be meteor
Brilliant flashes of blue-white light, in some areas accompanied by rumbling, startled Southeast residents this morning.

Alaska straw poll expected to be Bush-Forbes battle
ANCHORAGE - Alaska's mainstream Republicans are lining up with their checkbooks behind presidential hopeful George W. Bush.

Mackie plan: Pay each Alaskan $25K
Sen. Jerry Mackie wants to give you $25,000.

Agencies aim to cut airplane crashes
ANCHORAGE - The federal agency that's helped reduce the number of deaths in the commercial fishing and helicopter logging industries during the past decade is launching a three-year effort to bring down the number of aviation deaths in Alaska.

Pope names second archbishop for Anchorage
ANCHORAGE - Pope John Paul II today named a new archbishop for Anchorage who will succeed the Rev. Francis Hurley when he retires in two years.

Glacier Bay plan draws comments
The National Park Service expects to take a year to produce a compensation program for those harmed by new commercial fishing restrictions in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.

Advocate of arts, kids to speak in capital city
Bill Strickland's ideas have changed the lives of hundreds of people.

State and local briefly

Auto accident injuries up in Juneau
The enemy on the roads is us, according to a report recently released by the state Department of Transportation.

State and local briefly

Police and fire blotter

State and local briefly

Police and fire blotter

Silly at times, debates still serve a purpose
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's Los Angeles Times:

Politics of puppies and puppets
What tore it for me was the puppy.

Exercise restraint in offering criticism
Letter by Kent Fagerstrom

Word of mouth

Work with, not against Alaska Natives
Letter by August Martin

Managing for the long haul - Beedle's legacy
Joe Beedle will leave Goldbelt in better shape than he found it when he took over as president and chief executive officer nearly six years ago. And that is all any CEO could hope for.

Word of mouth

Way to go, Joe
Letter by Roger Jack

We should not seek to silence bigots
Feel better now?

Reshaping media
The following editorial appeared in the New York Times:

Supports Tlingit language charter school
Letter by Anne Fuller

Politics of puppies and puppets
What tore it for me was the puppy.

Exercise restraint in offering criticism
Letter by Kent Fagerstrom

Word of mouth

We should not seek to silence bigots
Feel better now?

Supports Tlingit language charter school
Letter by Anne Fuller

Work with, not against Alaska Natives
Letter by August Martin

Managing for the long haul - Beedle's legacy
Joe Beedle will leave Goldbelt in better shape than he found it when he took over as president and chief executive officer nearly six years ago. And that is all any CEO could hope for.

Silly at times, debates still serve a purpose
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's Los Angeles Times:

Way to go, Joe
Letter by Roger Jack

Reshaping media
The following editorial appeared in the New York Times:

Word of mouth

Race results
SKI RACING

Duke rips Florida State for 26th straight ACC win
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Whatever Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski told his sixth-ranked Blue Devils at halftime Sunday, it worked.

Race results
SKI RACING

Duke rips Florida State for 26th straight ACC win
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Whatever Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski told his sixth-ranked Blue Devils at halftime Sunday, it worked.

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