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Saturday, March 18, 2000

Preliminary voting begins in Russian election
MOSCOW (AP) - Soldiers in Chechnya cast absentee ballots today in Russia's presidential election and a top general said they overwhelmingly back acting President Vladimir Putin, who has made building a powerful military a key part of restoring Russia's global clout.

Preliminary voting begins in Russian election
MOSCOW (AP) - Soldiers in Chechnya cast absentee ballots today in Russia's presidential election and a top general said they overwhelmingly back acting President Vladimir Putin, who has made building a powerful military a key part of restoring Russia's global clout.

FYI

Best bets
Painting, literature, theater and music are all in the offing this weekend in Juneau.

FYI

Neighbors briefly

Around town

Best bets
Painting, literature, theater and music are all in the offing this weekend in Juneau.

Obituaries
Debbey Brown, Norman L. Anderson

Awards and honors
Jennifer Hodges, a graduate of Juneau-Douglas High School, was named to the dean's list at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minn., for the fall 1999 semester.

Neighbors briefly

Around town

Awards and honors
Jennifer Hodges, a graduate of Juneau-Douglas High School, was named to the dean's list at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minn., for the fall 1999 semester.

Thank you . . .

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Thank you . . .

Obituaries
Debbey Brown, Norman L. Anderson

Taking a close look at a seabird colony
One of the largest seabird colonies in Southeast Alaska is found on a tiny volcanic island at the mouth of Sitka Sound.

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Taking a close look at a seabird colony
One of the largest seabird colonies in Southeast Alaska is found on a tiny volcanic island at the mouth of Sitka Sound.

Supporters of Juneau road work to keep project alive
Juneau residents who want a road to Skagway are concerned the state has suspended the project's environmental review. They want to keep the ball rolling while they seek future highway funding.

MCI Worldcom takes over fiber-optic cable
ANCHORAGE - MCI WorldCom is trying to overhaul Anchorage-based Kanas Telecom, the company that owns the troubled fiber-optic cable along the 800-mile trans-Alaska oil pipeline.

Man tries to attack Alaska Airlines crew
SAN FRANCISCO - Terrified passengers watched a man roam their jetliner muttering threats and shedding clothes before tackling him as he broke through the locked cockpit door and attack the crew.

Stevens pushes for BP merger, opening ANWR to oil drilling
U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens repeated his call for oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge during a speech at the Capitol on Thursday.

Supporters of Juneau road work to keep project alive
Juneau residents who want a road to Skagway are concerned the state has suspended the project's environmental review. They want to keep the ball rolling while they seek future highway funding.

Phillips CEO assures Alaskans company will compete on Slope
Cooperation and competition aren't mutually exclusive in North Slope oil operations, Phillips Petroleum CEO Jim Mulva said Thursday.

State and local briefly

Sheldon Jackson's doors to stay open
Sheldon Jackson College passed the test Thursday, when its board of trustees voted to keep the Sitka college open.

Stevens pushes for BP merger, opening ANWR to oil drilling
U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens repeated his call for oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge during a speech at the Capitol on Thursday.

Senate, House clash over funding
The House and Senate don't agree on which programs need money fast.

Phillips CEO assures Alaskans company will compete on Slope
Cooperation and competition aren't mutually exclusive in North Slope oil operations, Phillips Petroleum CEO Jim Mulva said Thursday.

Court: No to Exxon appeal
ANCHORAGE - A federal appeals court on Thursday rejected an appeal by Exxon Corp. on the $5 billion Exxon Valdez verdict handed down by a jury nearly six years ago.

State and local briefly

O'Malley recalls St. Patrick Day the old Irish way
When Martin O'Malley was growing up in Ireland in the 1930s and '40s, St. Patrick's Day was a church-going holiday.

O'Malley recalls St. Patrick Day the old Irish way
When Martin O'Malley was growing up in Ireland in the 1930s and '40s, St. Patrick's Day was a church-going holiday.

Man tries to attack Alaska Airlines crew
SAN FRANCISCO - Terrified passengers watched a man roam their jetliner muttering threats and shedding clothes before tackling him as he broke through the locked cockpit door and attack the crew.

Police and fire blotter

Court: No to Exxon appeal
ANCHORAGE - A federal appeals court on Thursday rejected an appeal by Exxon Corp. on the $5 billion Exxon Valdez verdict handed down by a jury nearly six years ago.

MCI Worldcom takes over fiber-optic cable
ANCHORAGE - MCI WorldCom is trying to overhaul Anchorage-based Kanas Telecom, the company that owns the troubled fiber-optic cable along the 800-mile trans-Alaska oil pipeline.

Senate, House clash over funding
The House and Senate don't agree on which programs need money fast.

Sheldon Jackson's doors to stay open
Sheldon Jackson College passed the test Thursday, when its board of trustees voted to keep the Sitka college open.

Police and fire blotter

Ferry decision points to problems
Letter by Edwin Johnson

Ferry decision points to problems
Letter by Edwin Johnson

NRA getting out of hand with its rhetoric
The National Rifle Association and its primary spokesman Wayne LaPierre, owe the president an apology. I don't much care what LaPierre thinks of William J. Clinton as a man, but his remarks about the president of the country are simply out of bounds.

Pay phone needed for hearing-impaired
Letter by Pam Mueller-Guy

BP agreement with Phillips welcome
The big news throughout the state this week was BP Amoco's announcement it was selling Arco's entire Alaska operation to Oklahoma-based Phillips Petroleum.

BP agreement with Phillips welcome
The big news throughout the state this week was BP Amoco's announcement it was selling Arco's entire Alaska operation to Oklahoma-based Phillips Petroleum.

Word of mouth

NRA getting out of hand with its rhetoric
The National Rifle Association and its primary spokesman Wayne LaPierre, owe the president an apology. I don't much care what LaPierre thinks of William J. Clinton as a man, but his remarks about the president of the country are simply out of bounds.

Word of mouth

Pay phone needed for hearing-impaired
Letter by Pam Mueller-Guy

Metlakatla boys honor fallen player with defeat of Haines
KETCHIKAN -- As the final seconds ticked off of the Metlakatla boys basketball team's 82-68 upset victory over Haines in the semifinals of the Region V-Class 3A tournament Thursday night, Metlakatla's Anthony Gogert ripped off his shirt and dove into the center of the gym floor.

Girls wipe Wolves, play for title tonight
KETCHIKAN -- At times this year, the Juneau-Douglas girls basketball team has looked like a top contender to win the Class 4A state championship. Other times, the Crimson Bears seemed to be in the doldrums.

Girls wipe Wolves, play for title tonight
KETCHIKAN -- At times this year, the Juneau-Douglas girls basketball team has looked like a top contender to win the Class 4A state championship. Other times, the Crimson Bears seemed to be in the doldrums.

Metlakatla boys honor fallen player with defeat of Haines
KETCHIKAN -- As the final seconds ticked off of the Metlakatla boys basketball team's 82-68 upset victory over Haines in the semifinals of the Region V-Class 3A tournament Thursday night, Metlakatla's Anthony Gogert ripped off his shirt and dove into the center of the gym floor.

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