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Find more sustainable ways to power country
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Focus on rape, not abortion
Regarding Kris Reeves' recent letter to the editor (Empire, Jan. 28) and the insinuation that pro-choice people are pro-death, or that abortion is at all tantamount to "killing babies," I strongly disagree. As a woman, I believe as the ancients did, and as C.G. Hartley later composed: "Each woman must be free to make her own choice; no man may safely decide for her; she must give life gladly to be able to give it well."
Heartwarming immigrant stories
I left Juneau a long time ago, but I view the Empire on the Web now and then.
Shame on Abu Graib prisoner abusers
It was good, and yet sad, to see in the Empire a couple of weeks ago the article and photo of one of the convicted Abu Graib prisoner abusers leaving the courtroom in handcuffs. Good to see some justice done, but sad to see that Spec4 patch on his uniform sleeve.
Police & Fire
Reports of Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers.
Snowfall may take two-day break
The snow that started falling on Juneau on Tuesday could taper off early today, but a cold front should bring more Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service.
Photo: Undeterred by snow
Lobbyist Don Kubley makes his way past the steps of the Alaska Capitol on Thursday.
Around Town is a listing of nonprofit local events
Photo: Welcoming rhythms
Andrea Ebona-Michel of the Yaaw Tei Yi Dancers sings and drums Thursday during a performance for participants in the 39th annual Alaska Association of Municipal Clerks Conference at the Baranof Hotel.
Pilot and Duncan marry
Juneau resident Melinda Mae Pilot and John Eric Duncan of Garland, Texas, were married on Jan. 15, 2005, in Las Vegas.
News from around the community.
Recognizing Juneau's outstanding students.
Vinson receives citation at retirement ceremony
Officer Rayme Vinson was presented a Legislative Citation by Speaker of the House John Harris during Rayme's retirement ceremony on Jan. 28 at the Juneau Police Department.
Recycling at MRCS
Cub Scouts from Pack 7, Bear Den, have constructed and painted a recycling bin, which will soon be placed on the school grounds at Mendenhall River Community School for families to use.
Taking care of dogs in winter
You look out the window, contemplating snow, ice, winds and cold temperatures. It doesn't look like an appealing day to be out walking, but your dog still needs exercise.
Messages of thanks to the community, from the community.
Staff reports from the residents of Juneau.
James and Wahl to hold reception
There will be a wedding reception for Juneau resident Debi Wahl and John James of Sitka at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, 2005, at the home of Debbie and Tom Williams, 1707 Willow Drive, Juneau.
Audrey Mae Perdon
Former Juneau resident Audrey Mae Perdon died Jan. 11, 2005, in Las Vegas.
My Turn: Mine's improvements are to its bottom line
In his recent My Turn guest column (Dec. 28), Steve Borell generously gave Juneau conservation groups a "portion of the credit" for environmental improvements to the design of the Kensington gold mine. It has been a century-long struggle on the part of concerned citizens, polluted communities, and the occasional responsible mining company to reform the mining industry's legacy of toxic waste, contaminated water and fouled air. It is a testament to the heroes of that long struggle that Americans now demand that the mining industry operate far more responsibly than it has in the past. It is also due to those heroes that there are laws to ensure that Kensington gold mine's impact on our community and our clean air and water, although still unacceptably great, will be less than if the mine had been built 30 or 40 years ago.
Empire editorial: Time to speak out on Tulsequah Chief Mine
The time has come for Alaska's top state and federal officials to catch up to the locals and start howling about a Canadian proposal that threatens Southeast Alaska.
Juneau girls head to series in Sitka
The Juneau-Douglas High School girls basketball team hopes to loosely follow a familiar idiom and not place all its defensive attention under the basket tonight and Saturday during a pair of conference road games in Sitka.
Rankings of your local sports teams.
Thirteen Crimson Bear wrestlers head to state meet
Juneau-Douglas High School senior Jake Ritter didn't have the best of times when he went to last year's Class 4A state wrestling meet.
Juneau boys finally return to home court
January was a long, strange trip for the Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team, which traveled in planes, ferries and team vans with no home games for the month.
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.
This Day in History
In Alaska and the nation.
UA requests $2.5 million for research
Higher education in Alaska needs to boost research and development dollars by the millions over the next five years, University of Alaska President Mark Hamilton told the lawmakers on Thursday
Legislators aim to head off gas monopoly
House Minority Leader Ethan Berkowitz on Thursday warned of potential antitrust problems for Alaska's proposed natural gas line - if it is owned and operated by North Slope oil producers.
Staff and wire reports from around the state
Union objects to testing teachers
The Alaska Department of Education wants to test the competence of teachers before renewing their certificates to teach.
Navy begins $60 million upgrade for acoustic testing range near Ketchikan
The U.S. Navy is upgrading its acoustic testing range near Ketchikan to better avoid detection at sea in submarine operations, officials said.
Bill lets cities pick special election dates
Costly special elections in Alaska cities could be postponed until a regular election is held under a bill that passed the state Senate Wednesday.