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Saturday, February 3, 2001

Obituary

FYI

Weddings

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Around Town

Obituary

Keeping watch during annual bird count
The fourth annual Great Backyard Bird Count is for everyone who likes to watch birds. And it's a great way to share bird-watching with children.

FYI

Weddings

Keeping watch during annual bird count
The fourth annual Great Backyard Bird Count is for everyone who likes to watch birds. And it's a great way to share bird-watching with children.

School Calendar

Weekend Best Bets
Three art exhibits, three plays, a concert and four dances should provide plenty of entertainment this weekend.

Around Town

Weekend Best Bets
Three art exhibits, three plays, a concert and four dances should provide plenty of entertainment this weekend.

Highway crews fight snow wars
The Snow Wars continue on the road out of Skagway that connects Southeast Alaska to Canada.

Bird: brewer of beer and tales
Tracy Bird will talk your ear off and chances are you won't mind. His vocation is brewing beer and doing research and development at the Alaskan Brewing Co. His avocation is storytelling.

Bethel legislator tops in off-session earnings
A House Democrat received more optional pay from the state last year than any other lawmaker, according to preliminary numbers in a new report.

Briefly

Kott takes juice out of alcohol bill
Cindy Cashen went to a legislative hearing Thursday still grieving for her late father, Ladd Macaulay, killed by a drunken driver last year.

Police and Fire
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported...

Kott takes juice out of alcohol bill
Cindy Cashen went to a legislative hearing Thursday still grieving for her late father, Ladd Macaulay, killed by a drunken driver last year.

Bethel legislator tops in off-session earnings
A House Democrat received more optional pay from the state last year than any other lawmaker, according to preliminary numbers in a new report.

Highway crews fight snow wars
The Snow Wars continue on the road out of Skagway that connects Southeast Alaska to Canada.

Police and Fire
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported...

Briefly

Bird: brewer of beer and tales
Tracy Bird will talk your ear off and chances are you won't mind. His vocation is brewing beer and doing research and development at the Alaskan Brewing Co. His avocation is storytelling.

Word of Mouth not honorable journalism
On the last day of 2000, the Juneau Empire printed a very important editorial entitled "Working on your behalf." The crux of the editorial was that the Empire tries hard to publish factually correct stories which accurately portray important events that occur in Juneau.

Ditch exit exams
Regarding the current discussion over when to make high school exit exams count:

Word of Mouth not honorable journalism
On the last day of 2000, the Juneau Empire printed a very important editorial entitled "Working on your behalf." The crux of the editorial was that the Empire tries hard to publish factually correct stories which accurately portray important events that occur in Juneau.

Word of Mouth
Word of Mouth gives readers a forum to express opinions on a variety of issues by telephone. Calls must be limited to one minute and we reserve the right to edit calls for clarity, length and libel. The number to call in 586-4636. Then press 8255 to leave your message.

Go after pulltab revenues
It really is no surprise that retired Supreme Court Justice Jay Rabinowitz ruled three pulltab operations may not decide unilaterally that they don't have to pay any sales taxes.

ANWR drilling will make all of us suffer
The Bush administration, along with Gov. Knowles and the Alaska delegation, are touting new technologies designed to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in an environmentally sensitive manner. They brush off conservationists' warn

Word of Mouth
Word of Mouth gives readers a forum to express opinions on a variety of issues by telephone. Calls must be limited to one minute and we reserve the right to edit calls for clarity, length and libel. The number to call in 586-4636. Then press 8255 to leave your message.

Go after pulltab revenues
It really is no surprise that retired Supreme Court Justice Jay Rabinowitz ruled three pulltab operations may not decide unilaterally that they don't have to pay any sales taxes.

Ditch exit exams
Regarding the current discussion over when to make high school exit exams count:

ANWR drilling will make all of us suffer
The Bush administration, along with Gov. Knowles and the Alaska delegation, are touting new technologies designed to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in an environmentally sensitive manner. They brush off conservationists' warn

College Corner: Strong makes the best of fresh start
After the way his dream season ended last year at Montana State-Billings, Nate Strong of Tenakee Springs is just happy to have another chance at playing college basketball, even if he did have to transfer to Biola to continue his college career.

Mustangs corral Bear boys, 65-63
It was a case of too little, too late for the Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team in Thursday afternoon's 65-63 loss to the Chugiak Mustangs.

Sports in Juneau

Mustangs corral Bear boys, 65-63
It was a case of too little, too late for the Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team in Thursday afternoon's 65-63 loss to the Chugiak Mustangs.

Tar Heels deal Duke a blow
DURHAM, N.C. -- On the sideline, North Carolina coach Matt Doherty said a little prayer for his 7-foot center. On the foul line, that center was thinking about Christmas day, waking up in Greensboro and skipping the presents to go to a gym and shoot free throws.

Tar Heels deal Duke a blow
DURHAM, N.C. -- On the sideline, North Carolina coach Matt Doherty said a little prayer for his 7-foot center. On the foul line, that center was thinking about Christmas day, waking up in Greensboro and skipping the presents to go to a gym and shoot free throws.

Sports in Juneau

College Corner: Strong makes the best of fresh start
After the way his dream season ended last year at Montana State-Billings, Nate Strong of Tenakee Springs is just happy to have another chance at playing college basketball, even if he did have to transfer to Biola to continue his college career.

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