Saturday, April 22, 2000

Questions raised on maintenance record of crashed plane
SEATTLE (AP) - Questionable entries have been found in maintenance records for an Alaska Airlines MD-83 that crashed Jan. 31, The Seattle Times reported Friday.

Questions raised on maintenance record of crashed plane
SEATTLE (AP) - Questionable entries have been found in maintenance records for an Alaska Airlines MD-83 that crashed Jan. 31, The Seattle Times reported Friday.

Best bets
Earth Day, Easter, music and masks are in store for the weekend.

Obituaries
Ladd E. Macauley, George Daniel Cooper

Obituaries
Ladd E. Macauley, George Daniel Cooper

School calendar

Around town

On the prowl for the great white owl
A bird known across the world for its association with Alaska is rarely glimpsed in Southeast Alaska.

FYI

Thank you . . .

School calendar

On the prowl for the great white owl
A bird known across the world for its association with Alaska is rarely glimpsed in Southeast Alaska.

Thank you . . .

Weddings
Christine Doogan and Gerrit Allen

Weddings
Christine Doogan and Gerrit Allen

Around town

FYI

Best bets
Earth Day, Easter, music and masks are in store for the weekend.

Neighbors briefly

Neighbors briefly

Union members: Thumbs up to state's biggest labor contract
Members of the largest state employees' union have apparently given their approval to a new contract negotiated by their leaders.

Dangeli steers through tribal politics and life
When Jayne Dangeli could barely look over the wheel of a boat, her father taught her how to navigate through the choppy waters of Southeast Alaska.

House kills $50 passenger tax
A $50 statewide head tax on cruise ship passengers passed the state Senate on Thursday. But it's already been declared dead in the House.

Trials display dog agility, speed
Dog fanciers can watch dog agility trials this weekend in a first for Juneau.

Wolf control bill wins OK
Things didn't quite go the way Republican lawmakers thought they would this morning.

Alcohol may have led to crash
Alaska State Troopers are investigating whether a drunken driver caused the vehicle accident that killed two Juneau men and injured two other men Wednesday afternoon 37 miles north of Seward.

Earth Day exhibit gives tips on recycling
Earth Day, on Saturday, is being marked in Juneau with an exhibit at the Federal Building and elementary school activities.

House holds up control of courts
A resolution that could have limited judges' ability to change the wording of proposed constitutional amendments was stymied during its first vote on the House floor Thursday.

House holds up control of courts
A resolution that could have limited judges' ability to change the wording of proposed constitutional amendments was stymied during its first vote on the House floor Thursday.

Union members: Thumbs up to state's biggest labor contract
Members of the largest state employees' union have apparently given their approval to a new contract negotiated by their leaders.

House kills $50 passenger tax
A $50 statewide head tax on cruise ship passengers passed the state Senate on Thursday. But it's already been declared dead in the House.

Wildlife vote goes to ballot
Voters will decide this fall whether they want to limit their right to vote on wildlife issues.

Wildlife vote goes to ballot
Voters will decide this fall whether they want to limit their right to vote on wildlife issues.

Wolf control bill wins OK
Things didn't quite go the way Republican lawmakers thought they would this morning.

Elton's safe-needle bill passes
The Legislature has passed a bill by Sen. Kim Elton intended to save hospitals money and make the jobs of medical professionals safer.

Young to make another run for U.S. Congress
Don Young said he once suggested to some environmentalists that the way to get him out of Congress was to drop their opposition to drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Trials display dog agility, speed
Dog fanciers can watch dog agility trials this weekend in a first for Juneau.

Corrections

Alcohol may have led to crash
Alaska State Troopers are investigating whether a drunken driver caused the vehicle accident that killed two Juneau men and injured two other men Wednesday afternoon 37 miles north of Seward.

Dangeli steers through tribal politics and life
When Jayne Dangeli could barely look over the wheel of a boat, her father taught her how to navigate through the choppy waters of Southeast Alaska.

Corrections

State and local briefly

State and local briefly

Police and fire blotter

Young to make another run for U.S. Congress
Don Young said he once suggested to some environmentalists that the way to get him out of Congress was to drop their opposition to drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Earth Day exhibit gives tips on recycling
Earth Day, on Saturday, is being marked in Juneau with an exhibit at the Federal Building and elementary school activities.

Elton's safe-needle bill passes
The Legislature has passed a bill by Sen. Kim Elton intended to save hospitals money and make the jobs of medical professionals safer.

Police and fire blotter

Word of mouth

Word of mouth

Bus drivers out practicing
Letter by Kirby Day

When government invades bathrooms
When you finish reading this you'll dash to the telephone to call Mayor Dennis Egan, assembly member John MacKinnon, Senator Kim Elton or maybe even Senator Ted.

When government invades bathrooms
When you finish reading this you'll dash to the telephone to call Mayor Dennis Egan, assembly member John MacKinnon, Senator Kim Elton or maybe even Senator Ted.

No truck or boat for now
Letter by John Lee

Miranda rights should stay in place
The amazing thing about the Supreme Court review of the landmark Miranda rule is that the court is doing it at all. Truly amazing.

Miranda rights should stay in place
The amazing thing about the Supreme Court review of the landmark Miranda rule is that the court is doing it at all. Truly amazing.

Bus drivers out practicing
Letter by Kirby Day

No truck or boat for now
Letter by John Lee

Shine runs top time
Juneau's Jim Shine became just the third runner from Alaska to finish a 10,000-meter track race in under 29 minutes, narrowly missing the U.S. Olympic Trials qualifying time in the process.

Let's get it on
A black cloud was closing in around the edges of Juan MacFarlane's consciousness, drifting in like an ocean fog and making both his vision and his mind hazy.

Rider creates 24-hour fund-raiser for AIDS
Jessica Menendez likes to push the boundaries. Two years ago, Menendez rode in the 3,100-mile mile California AIDS Ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles -- yet she'd barely put 60 miles onto her new road bike before she left.

Shine runs top time
Juneau's Jim Shine became just the third runner from Alaska to finish a 10,000-meter track race in under 29 minutes, narrowly missing the U.S. Olympic Trials qualifying time in the process.

Let's get it on
A black cloud was closing in around the edges of Juan MacFarlane's consciousness, drifting in like an ocean fog and making both his vision and his mind hazy.

Rider creates 24-hour fund-raiser for AIDS
Jessica Menendez likes to push the boundaries. Two years ago, Menendez rode in the 3,100-mile mile California AIDS Ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles -- yet she'd barely put 60 miles onto her new road bike before she left.

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