Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Around the clock
During the 1990s, deposits in Juneau FDIC-insured banks increased by two and a half times, from $179.5 million to $455.2 million.

On the move
Lynne Johnson, Christine K. Phillips, William Johnson

Business calendar

Coast Guard looks at rating system for charter boats
CORDOVA (AP) - An initiative proposed by the U.S. Coast Guard would set up a rating system that informs customers on the safety of charter boats commonly hired for fishing or pleasure trips along the Alaska coast.

Cyber-city status loosens geography's grip
Juneau is entangled in the Web.

Business calendar

Coast Guard looks at rating system for charter boats
CORDOVA (AP) - An initiative proposed by the U.S. Coast Guard would set up a rating system that informs customers on the safety of charter boats commonly hired for fishing or pleasure trips along the Alaska coast.

Cyber-city status loosens geography's grip
Juneau is entangled in the Web.

Heritage Coffee moves into latte-land
Ancient Grounds, a Heritage Coffee Co. venture in Seattle, ``quietly opened the doors'' in mid-January, said Heritage President Grady Saunders.

Business profile: Bruce Tenney
Owner, The Green House

Around the clock
During the 1990s, deposits in Juneau FDIC-insured banks increased by two and a half times, from $179.5 million to $455.2 million.

On the move
Lynne Johnson, Christine K. Phillips, William Johnson

Heritage Coffee moves into latte-land
Ancient Grounds, a Heritage Coffee Co. venture in Seattle, ``quietly opened the doors'' in mid-January, said Heritage President Grady Saunders.

Business profile: Bruce Tenney
Owner, The Green House

Man flown out because of injuries from assault
Two Juneau men are in custody following an early morning assault near Willoughby Avenue that left one victim badly injured in an Anchorage hospital.

Man flown out because of injuries from assault
Two Juneau men are in custody following an early morning assault near Willoughby Avenue that left one victim badly injured in an Anchorage hospital.

Stocks plunge as interest-rate worries puncture optimism
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks plunged today as optimism about corporate earnings gave way to jitters about rising interest rates and their impact on profit growth.

Stocks plunge as interest-rate worries puncture optimism
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks plunged today as optimism about corporate earnings gave way to jitters about rising interest rates and their impact on profit growth.

Around town

Obituaries
Alberta M. Johnson, William M. Beezley

Around town

Obituaries
Alberta M. Johnson

Around town

Around town

Obituaries
Alberta M. Johnson, William M. Beezley

Obituaries
Alberta M. Johnson

Fast ferries beat out road
And the answer is - more ferries.

Assembly considers land swap, head tax
The Juneau Assembly is presenting the cruise ship passenger fee ordinance it hammered together earlier this month for public hearing tonight.

Knowles budget rejected
The governor's budget is effectively off the legislative table.

Fish board closes three areas to commercial crabbers
Three more areas along the Juneau road system have been closed to commercial Dungeness crab fishing, but Echo Cove will remain open for all users, the state Board of Fisheries decided Monday.

Mackie plan triggers conversation, crank calls
The notion that $25,000 could drop into every Alaskan's pocket is the talk of the state.

Mackie plan triggers conversation, crank calls
The notion that $25,000 could drop into every Alaskan's pocket is the talk of the state.

Police and fire blotter

Cost of school budget cuts: 24 teachers, 1 administrator
A possible $1.3 million cut in city funds to the Juneau School District would mean laying off up to 24 teachers, one administrator and some custodians, school officials say.

D.A. argues Taplin car not fit for road
KETCHIKAN - The prosecution today alleged Joel Taplin knowingly drove an unsafe vehicle when he ran into an Auke Bay man in July, causing massive injuries that led to his death.

Bush sweeps up in both straw polls
As in Iowa and the rest of the state, Texas Gov. George W. Bush won the most support from Juneau's Republicans on Monday.

Bush sweeps up in both straw polls
As in Iowa and the rest of the state, Texas Gov. George W. Bush won the most support from Juneau's Republicans on Monday.

Taplin lawyer tries for quick acquittal
An attempt to get Joel Taplin released on a technicality failed Monday.

State and local briefly

Police and fire blotter

State takes on Capitol coffee shop
Selling coffee to people who spend their days in meetings would seem an obvious money-maker.

Amid warnings, city OKs head tax plan
Three months after Juneau residents overwhelmingly approved a cruise ship passenger fee, the Juneau Assembly on Monday night put together the ordinance that in effect charges those passengers a $5 admission fee to the city.

New program serves as safety net for struggling readers
As other students sit quietly and read in Sarah Seagrave's third-grade class at Auke Bay Elementary, five children form a circle with the teacher in a corner.

D.A. argues Taplin car not fit for road
KETCHIKAN - The prosecution today alleged Joel Taplin knowingly drove an unsafe vehicle when he ran into an Auke Bay man in July, causing massive injuries that led to his death.

New program serves as safety net for struggling readers
As other students sit quietly and read in Sarah Seagrave's third-grade class at Auke Bay Elementary, five children form a circle with the teacher in a corner.

Police and fire blotter

Fast ferries beat out road
And the answer is - more ferries.

Amid warnings, city OKs head tax plan
Three months after Juneau residents overwhelmingly approved a cruise ship passenger fee, the Juneau Assembly on Monday night put together the ordinance that in effect charges those passengers a $5 admission fee to the city.

Taplin lawyer tries for quick acquittal
An attempt to get Joel Taplin released on a technicality failed Monday.

State and local briefly

Cost of school budget cuts: 24 teachers, 1 administrator
A possible $1.3 million cut in city funds to the Juneau School District would mean laying off up to 24 teachers, one administrator and some custodians, school officials say.

State and local briefly

Fish board closes three areas to commercial crabbers
Three more areas along the Juneau road system have been closed to commercial Dungeness crab fishing, but Echo Cove will remain open for all users, the state Board of Fisheries decided Monday.

Police and fire blotter

State and local briefly

Knowles budget rejected
The governor's budget is effectively off the legislative table.

State takes on Capitol coffee shop
Selling coffee to people who spend their days in meetings would seem an obvious money-maker.

Assembly considers land swap, head tax
The Juneau Assembly is presenting the cruise ship passenger fee ordinance it hammered together earlier this month for public hearing tonight.

Word of mouth

I understand all right, but you missed my point
Letter by Patrick McGonegal

Canadians know how to make a point
Who ever accused the Canadians of being stodgy? The government north of the border is getting positively lurid.

Plenty in Juneau is impacted by tourism
Letter by Alan R. Munro

I understand all right, but you missed my point
Letter by Patrick McGonegal

Legislators like cheetahs circling for the kill
Letter by Kenn Magowan

Fast ferries are a start
While we're pleased the governor has made a decision regarding Juneau Access, we're concerned that the decision to postpone building a road will keep Juneau's status as Alaska's capital in peril.

Fast ferries are a start
While we're pleased the governor has made a decision regarding Juneau Access, we're concerned that the decision to postpone building a road will keep Juneau's status as Alaska's capital in peril.

Word of mouth

Canadians know how to make a point
Who ever accused the Canadians of being stodgy? The government north of the border is getting positively lurid.

Mackie plan rocks state
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's Anchorage Daily News:

Word of mouth

Mergers are no threat to competition
The recent megamerger between America Online and Time Warner seems to ha

Plenty in Juneau is impacted by tourism
Letter by Alan R. Munro

Legislators like cheetahs circling for the kill
Letter by Kenn Magowan

Word of mouth

Mergers are no threat to competition
The recent megamerger between America Online and Time Warner seems to ha

Mackie plan rocks state
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's Anchorage Daily News:

Boulding wins Kusko 300
BETHEL - Charlie Boulding slogged through soft, punchy snow, driving winds and warm temperatures Sunday to win the Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race.

Boulding wins Kusko 300
BETHEL - Charlie Boulding slogged through soft, punchy snow, driving winds and warm temperatures Sunday to win the Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race.

UAA rally falls short against Vikings
The University of Alaska Anchorage men's basketball team made a 23-4 run late in the game and took the lead, but then ended up on the short end of a 76-75 decision as the Central Washington University Wildcats claimed a 76-75 victory Saturday at the UAA Sports Center.

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UAA rally falls short against Vikings
The University of Alaska Anchorage men's basketball team made a 23-4 run late in the game and took the lead, but then ended up on the short end of a 76-75 decision as the Central Washington University Wildcats claimed a 76-75 victory Saturday at the UAA Sports Center.

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