Sunday, April 23, 2000

Around town

Around town

Obituaries
Martin John Richard, Charles Dale Karella

Obituaries
Martin John Richard, Charles Dale Karella

Getting gas ready to go to market
Natural gas needs more than a pipeline to be successfully exported from Alaska. It needs to be converted into something that can be shipped efficiently -- liquefied natural gas.

Getting gas ready to go to market
Natural gas needs more than a pipeline to be successfully exported from Alaska. It needs to be converted into something that can be shipped efficiently -- liquefied natural gas.

Inside out

Pipeline may take one of four routes
The question of where to build a natural gas pipeline is looming as large as the questions of whether to and when.

Gas line not just a pipe dream
New business and political realignments are creating momentum for a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope -- a multi-billion-dollar endeavor that would rival the trans-Alaska oil pipeline as a landmark project in North America.

Gas line not just a pipe dream
New business and political realignments are creating momentum for a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope -- a multi-billion-dollar endeavor that would rival the trans-Alaska oil pipeline as a landmark project in North America.

Pipeline may take one of four routes
The question of where to build a natural gas pipeline is looming as large as the questions of whether to and when.

Inside out

University lands bill veto gets overridden
It took calling a sick Rep. Ramona Barnes from her bed to the House floor Friday to override Gov. Tony Knowles' veto of a university lands bill.

Bounty hunters acquitted of assault
SOLDOTNA - Three bounty hunters accused of assault and trespassing were acquitted Thursday afternoon by a Superior Court jury that spent just two hours deliberating after a trial that lasted nearly two weeks.

Former KPC workers sue over severance
KETCHIKAN - Several dozen former Ketchikan Pulp Co. workers have sued their ex-employer for allegedly failing to honor an agreement to pay severance benefits after the pulp mill closed in 1997.

House, Senate still divided on bond proposals
The House and Senate passed parts of their competing bond packages last week, but the fundamental difference between the two Republican majorities remains.

Police and fire blotter

ASEA OKs new contract
JUNEAU - The rank-and-file of the state's largest public workers union has ratified a proposed contract negotiated with the Knowles administration.

University lands bill veto gets overridden
It took calling a sick Rep. Ramona Barnes from her bed to the House floor Friday to override Gov. Tony Knowles' veto of a university lands bill.

Maintenance entries questioned
SEATTLE - Questionable entries have been found in maintenance records for an Alaska Airlines MD-83 that crashed Jan. 31, The Seattle Times reported Friday.

Teen missing offshore
A teen-age Juneau boy is missing in the frigid waters off the Mendenhall Peninsula.

Budget progressing, but not resolved yet
Numbers and politics continue to stew during the Easter weekend as budgets for state programs and highways for the coming year, plus a make-up budget for the current year, are pulled apart and put back together again.

Dogs get a chance to show off their agility
Two dozen dogs demonstrated their form Saturday in Cope Park in Juneau's first agility trials.

Teen missing offshore
A teen-age Juneau boy is missing in the frigid waters off the Mendenhall Peninsula.

Former KPC workers sue over severance
KETCHIKAN - Several dozen former Ketchikan Pulp Co. workers have sued their ex-employer for allegedly failing to honor an agreement to pay severance benefits after the pulp mill closed in 1997.

House, Senate still divided on bond proposals
The House and Senate passed parts of their competing bond packages last week, but the fundamental difference between the two Republican majorities remains.

ASEA OKs new contract
JUNEAU - The rank-and-file of the state's largest public workers union has ratified a proposed contract negotiated with the Knowles administration.

Police and fire blotter

Bounty hunters acquitted of assault
SOLDOTNA - Three bounty hunters accused of assault and trespassing were acquitted Thursday afternoon by a Superior Court jury that spent just two hours deliberating after a trial that lasted nearly two weeks.

Budget progressing, but not resolved yet
Numbers and politics continue to stew during the Easter weekend as budgets for state programs and highways for the coming year, plus a make-up budget for the current year, are pulled apart and put back together again.

Dogs get a chance to show off their agility
Two dozen dogs demonstrated their form Saturday in Cope Park in Juneau's first agility trials.

Maintenance entries questioned
SEATTLE - Questionable entries have been found in maintenance records for an Alaska Airlines MD-83 that crashed Jan. 31, The Seattle Times reported Friday.

Heartfelt condolences
Letter by Kenneth and Connie Moss

Word of mouth

Why can't the election happen now?
Here's some exciting news for you voters: There are only six or seven more months until the presidential election!

Word of mouth

Day of prayer coming in May
Letter by Mrs. Pat Stringer

Heartfelt condolences
Letter by Kenneth and Connie Moss

The story of Easter
In honor of Easter, we reprint here the story of the resurrection, taken from Matthew 28, the New International Version:

The story of Easter
In honor of Easter, we reprint here the story of the resurrection, taken from Matthew 28, the New International Version:

Why can't the election happen now?
Here's some exciting news for you voters: There are only six or seven more months until the presidential election!

Day of prayer coming in May
Letter by Mrs. Pat Stringer

Juneau forges tie with Knights
Time ran out on the Juneau-Douglas High School girls soccer team Saturday night.

It's a showdown in Southeast
A battered but proud Lui Fenumiai grabbed the microphone and asked for the 500 or so pumped-up boxing fans to quiet down.

Juneau forges tie with Knights
Time ran out on the Juneau-Douglas High School girls soccer team Saturday night.

It's a showdown in Southeast
A battered but proud Lui Fenumiai grabbed the microphone and asked for the 500 or so pumped-up boxing fans to quiet down.

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