Tuesday, April 4, 2000

RV park ready, but are visitors?
It's built, finally. Now the question is, will they come? Juneau will be poised for more independent visitors with the addition of a second RV park on May 1, following more than three years of struggle by the developers.

Business calendar

Around the clock
Goldbelt Inc. is looking to sell the 20-acre vacant lot it acquired in Kodzoff Acres several years ago, shareholders were informed at recent meetings.

Business profile
Chuck Flory: Owner, Atrium Cafe

RV park ready, but are visitors?
It's built, finally. Now the question is, will they come? Juneau will be poised for more independent visitors with the addition of a second RV park on May 1, following more than three years of struggle by the developers.

Upcoming projects may ease housing crunch slightly
While housing vacancy rates in Juneau have eased in recent years, there is still a shortage of affordable housing for first-time homebuyers, observers agree.

Upcoming projects may ease housing crunch slightly
While housing vacancy rates in Juneau have eased in recent years, there is still a shortage of affordable housing for first-time homebuyers, observers agree.

Around the clock
Goldbelt Inc. is looking to sell the 20-acre vacant lot it acquired in Kodzoff Acres several years ago, shareholders were informed at recent meetings.

Business briefly

Business briefly

Business calendar

Business profile
Chuck Flory: Owner, Atrium Cafe

Clinton pushes for China trade
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - With the support of high-technology executives and moderate Democrats, President Clinton today pushed Congress to approve normal trade relations with China.

Police blame 'well trained and equipped' adversary, lack of funds
SEATTLE (AP) - The Police Department's report on World Trade Organization protests blames a ``well-trained and equipped adversary'' and lack of outside funding for the chaos that resulted when tens of thousands of demonstrators swamped downtown streets.

Police blame 'well trained and equipped' adversary, lack of funds
SEATTLE (AP) - The Police Department's report on World Trade Organization protests blames a ``well-trained and equipped adversary'' and lack of outside funding for the chaos that resulted when tens of thousands of demonstrators swamped downtown streets.

Clinton pushes for China trade
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - With the support of high-technology executives and moderate Democrats, President Clinton today pushed Congress to approve normal trade relations with China.

Around town

Obituaries
Charles Edward Porter

Around town

Obituaries
Eugene H. Black

Around town

Around town

Obituaries
Charles Edward Porter

Obituaries
Eugene H. Black

Budget measure could affect Juneau schools
Most of the state's school districts, including Juneau, would be out of compliance with state law under a proposal being discussed in the Senate Finance Committee.

Juneau woman missing
State troopers are searching trails and the woods around Mount Juneau for a 50-year-old woman who walked away from a mental-health center Sunday night.

Alaska's already high child abuse rate doubles over decade
Tim Stewart, intake supervisor with the state Division of Family and Youth Services, serves on the front line of the war against child abuse.

Scientists hunt for history via satellite
FAIRBANKS - A pair of archaeologists have won the security clearances they need to use government satellites to study ancient sites in Alaska's Brooks Range.

Airlines, cancer society team up to help patients
Racking up Alaska Airline miles and first-class upgrade certificates can be easy for frequent travelers. And it just got a lot easier to give them away - to the American Cancer Society.

A matter of discipline: Bill backs teachers
Unfairly punishing teachers who fairly punish students could net school board members a fine. That would be the consequence of a bill that passed the state House on Monday.

Anchorage leads U.S. in rape rate
ANCHORAGE - New FBI statistics indicate Alaska's largest city continues to lead the nation in the rate of reported rapes. But just what those numbers mean isn't clear.

House OKs wolf control bill
A 1996 voter decision on wolf control has been virtually overturned by the state House and Senate.

Cuts weaken justice for poor
The scales of Alaska justice are moving toward imbalance, according to Rep. Beth Kerttula.

Police and fire blotter

State and local briefly

State and local briefly

State and local briefly

Budget measure could affect Juneau schools
Most of the state's school districts, including Juneau, would be out of compliance with state law under a proposal being discussed in the Senate Finance Committee.

Police and fire blotter

Legislature, governor battle over ferry funds
For years, the Alaska Marine Highway System has become an annual budgetary battleground.

Permafrost tunnel shows cross-sections of past for researchers
FAIRBANKS - A few miles north of Fairbanks stands what looks like a shack pushed back against a hill. Behind its front door dwells a distant past when saber-toothed tigers, mastodons and even camels roamed Alaska's Interior.

Search still on for local woman
Alaska State Troopers and the Juneau Police Department are still looking for Elisabeth Nye, missing since Sunday.

Airlines, cancer society team up to help patients
Racking up Alaska Airline miles and first-class upgrade certificates can be easy for frequent travelers. And it just got a lot easier to give them away - to the American Cancer Society.

Funding for noise study faces some assembly flak
The city manager asked the Juneau Assembly Monday night for money to pay for a noise and heliport feasibility study this summer. He was greeted with a flurry of questions from assembly members about what the money was actually for and where it would come from.

NANA lodges state complaint against supporters of recall
KOTZEBUE - The Native regional corporation for Northwest Alaska has filed a complaint against dissident shareholders who tried to recall the corporation's board of directors.

Anchorage leads U.S. in rape rate
ANCHORAGE - New FBI statistics indicate Alaska's largest city continues to lead the nation in the rate of reported rapes. But just what those numbers mean isn't clear.

Winter was milder than usual
One of the mildest winters on record in Juneau turned to spring last month with an unusually warm, wet March.

Scientists hunt for history via satellite
FAIRBANKS - A pair of archaeologists have won the security clearances they need to use government satellites to study ancient sites in Alaska's Brooks Range.

Juneau woman missing
State troopers are searching trails and the woods around Mount Juneau for a 50-year-old woman who walked away from a mental-health center Sunday night.

A matter of discipline: Bill backs teachers
Unfairly punishing teachers who fairly punish students could net school board members a fine. That would be the consequence of a bill that passed the state House on Monday.

Police and fire blotter

Funding for noise study faces some assembly flak
The city manager asked the Juneau Assembly Monday night for money to pay for a noise and heliport feasibility study this summer. He was greeted with a flurry of questions from assembly members about what the money was actually for and where it would come from.

Legislature, governor battle over ferry funds
For years, the Alaska Marine Highway System has become an annual budgetary battleground.

Search still on for local woman
Alaska State Troopers and the Juneau Police Department are still looking for Elisabeth Nye, missing since Sunday.

State and local briefly

Cuts weaken justice for poor
The scales of Alaska justice are moving toward imbalance, according to Rep. Beth Kerttula.

Winter was milder than usual
One of the mildest winters on record in Juneau turned to spring last month with an unusually warm, wet March.

Alaska's already high child abuse rate doubles over decade
Tim Stewart, intake supervisor with the state Division of Family and Youth Services, serves on the front line of the war against child abuse.

Permafrost tunnel shows cross-sections of past for researchers
FAIRBANKS - A few miles north of Fairbanks stands what looks like a shack pushed back against a hill. Behind its front door dwells a distant past when saber-toothed tigers, mastodons and even camels roamed Alaska's Interior.

House OKs wolf control bill
A 1996 voter decision on wolf control has been virtually overturned by the state House and Senate.

NANA lodges state complaint against supporters of recall
KOTZEBUE - The Native regional corporation for Northwest Alaska has filed a complaint against dissident shareholders who tried to recall the corporation's board of directors.

Police and fire blotter

58 avalanche chutes
Letter by Katya Kirsch

E-fight to the finish
Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson wasted no time or tolerance in responding to the breakdown of antitrust settlement talks among Microsoft, the Justice Department and 19 states, including Ohio. Jackson, the U.S. District Court judge who heard the case against Microsoft, rendered the expected verdict, in light of his previous findings of fact: Microsoft stifled its competition.

58 avalanche chutes
Letter by Katya Kirsch

Thanks for lighting up Juneau
Letter by Liz McCoy

Alaska's golden goose
Letter by Shane Wirtz

Let's keep paint ball safe for everyone
Letter by James Sheufelt

Word of mouth

Word of mouth

Stay-at-home dad fight finally emerges
Now comes the paternity test. And we are not talking DNA here.Cherie Booth Blair, the pregnant barrister and primary breadwinner at 10 Downing Street has thrown a mischievous and public challenge to her husband and prime minister.

In support of the Mackie plan
Letter by Bill Elkinton

Word of mouth

E-fight to the finish
Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson wasted no time or tolerance in responding to the breakdown of antitrust settlement talks among Microsoft, the Justice Department and 19 states, including Ohio. Jackson, the U.S. District Court judge who heard the case against Microsoft, rendered the expected verdict, in light of his previous findings of fact: Microsoft stifled its competition.

A solution to the ferry-road dispute
Letter by Rich Poor

Word of mouth

Spread of gambling raises many concerns
The following editorial appeared in the Friday's edition of the Voice of The (Anchorage) Times:

Let's keep paint ball safe for everyone
Letter by James Sheufelt

Alaska's golden goose
Letter by Shane Wirtz

Thanks for lighting up Juneau
Letter by Liz McCoy

Spread of gambling raises many concerns
The following editorial appeared in the Friday's edition of the Voice of The (Anchorage) Times:

Stay-at-home dad fight finally emerges
Now comes the paternity test. And we are not talking DNA here.Cherie Booth Blair, the pregnant barrister and primary breadwinner at 10 Downing Street has thrown a mischievous and public challenge to her husband and prime minister.

In support of the Mackie plan
Letter by Bill Elkinton

Tax time, again
Letter by Kenn Magowan

Boiler backlog needs more attention
Issues raised in the article Boiler Backlog Remedy Explodes In Committee warrant more discussion.

Tax time, again
Letter by Kenn Magowan

Boiler backlog needs more attention
Issues raised in the article Boiler Backlog Remedy Explodes In Committee warrant more discussion.

A solution to the ferry-road dispute
Letter by Rich Poor

Angoon boys claim 2A state hoops title
The Angoon boys basketball team claimed its first Class 2A state championship in team history Saturday at Service High School, knocking off Region V-Class 2A rival Kake 37-27 to get it.

Angoon boys claim 2A state hoops title
The Angoon boys basketball team claimed its first Class 2A state championship in team history Saturday at Service High School, knocking off Region V-Class 2A rival Kake 37-27 to get it.

CONTACT US

  • Switchboard: 907-586-3740
  • Circulation and Delivery: 907-586-3740
  • Newsroom Fax: 907-586-3028
  • Business Fax: 907-586-9097
  • Accounts Receivable: 907-523-2230
  • View the Staff Directory
  • or Send feedback

ADVERTISING

SUBSCRIBER SERVICES

SOCIAL NETWORKING