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Sunday, February 20, 2000

Around town

Around town

Obituaries
Damian Eckhout

Obituaries
Damian Eckhout

Presidential straw poll meant less this year
The timing of Alaska's straw poll, in late January, was intended to draw Republican candidates to the state.

Inside out

Decision 2000
WASHINGTON - Alaskans can expect big changes a year from now, no matter who is elected president Nov. 7.

Decision 2000
WASHINGTON - Alaskans can expect big changes a year from now, no matter who is elected president Nov. 7.

Inside out

Presidential straw poll meant less this year
The timing of Alaska's straw poll, in late January, was intended to draw Republican candidates to the state.

Police and fire blotter

A new home for Juneau's officers
Police say their new, $10.3-million station on Alaway Avenue has definite benefits for Juneau residents.

UA tuition stays same for now
The University of Alaska will hold off for now on tuition increases planned for the summer of 2001 so that proliferating course fees may be studied.

Legislative update

State and local briefly

State and local briefly

Does it pay to be a state employee these days?
You can't buy as much with the average state worker's paycheck as you used to, a state study says.

Empire offers $20,000 Year 2000 scholarship
One baby born in the Year 2000 will be the beneficiary of a $20,000 scholarship from the Juneau Empire.

Subsistence appears dead again
There was little hope Alaska would find a solution to its decade-long subsistence dilemma this year when the Legislature gaveled in a month ago.

UA tuition stays same for now
The University of Alaska will hold off for now on tuition increases planned for the summer of 2001 so that proliferating course fees may be studied.

Does it pay to be a state employee these days?
You can't buy as much with the average state worker's paycheck as you used to, a state study says.

A new home for Juneau's officers
Police say their new, $10.3-million station on Alaway Avenue has definite benefits for Juneau residents.

Subsistence appears dead again
There was little hope Alaska would find a solution to its decade-long subsistence dilemma this year when the Legislature gaveled in a month ago.

Legislative update

Empire offers $20,000 Year 2000 scholarship
One baby born in the Year 2000 will be the beneficiary of a $20,000 scholarship from the Juneau Empire.

Police and fire blotter

Some lucky baby will get a scholarship
Newspapers have a vested interest in guarding the literacy and education of our young people. We need readers, and we want our readers to ca

Word of mouth

My turn
Psychologists, educators and philosophers sometimes debate the idea of ``intelligence.'' We all understand what is meant when we say someone is intelligent or not. But just what it is, and how it comes about, is still debatable.

My turn
Psychologists, educators and philosophers sometimes debate the idea of ``intelligence.'' We all understand what is meant when we say someone is intelligent or not. But just what it is, and how it comes about, is still debatable.

Making room for smoking lawyers
Just when you think the War on Smoking cannot possibly get any more entertaining, up pops a new batch of lawyers to save the day.

Making room for smoking lawyers
Just when you think the War on Smoking cannot possibly get any more entertaining, up pops a new batch of lawyers to save the day.

Some lucky baby will get a scholarship
Newspapers have a vested interest in guarding the literacy and education of our young people. We need readers, and we want our readers to ca

Word of mouth

Ketchikan girls give Crimson Bears a spanking
Maybe this Ketchikan girls basketball team is for real.

Sports calendar

KayHi hopes Brown returns team to glory
When he was younger, John Brown was definitely Ketchikan's King of the basketball court.

Quest rookie earns respect on trail
DAWSON CITY, Yukon Territory - Hugh Neff is the life of the party.

Quest rookie earns respect on trail
DAWSON CITY, Yukon Territory - Hugh Neff is the life of the party.

Ketchikan girls give Crimson Bears a spanking
Maybe this Ketchikan girls basketball team is for real.

Duke clinches ACC title
Growing up in the Midwest, Chris Carrawell dreamed of not playing in the Big Ten but of winning an Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Now, the Duke senior has four titles.

Duke clinches ACC title
Growing up in the Midwest, Chris Carrawell dreamed of not playing in the Big Ten but of winning an Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Now, the Duke senior has four titles.

Juneau boys earn a King of a sweep
If Saturday night's Juneau-Ketchikan boys basketball game was a heavyweight title fight, then each boxer landed a flurry of punches in the first half.

KayHi hopes Brown returns team to glory
When he was younger, John Brown was definitely Ketchikan's King of the basketball court.

Sports calendar

Juneau boys earn a King of a sweep
If Saturday night's Juneau-Ketchikan boys basketball game was a heavyweight title fight, then each boxer landed a flurry of punches in the first half.

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