Monday, May 15, 2000

Fined and suspended, Knight to stay as Indiana coach
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana coach Bob Knight has ``one last chance'' to keep his job and control his famous temper.

Fined and suspended, Knight to stay as Indiana coach
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana coach Bob Knight has ``one last chance'' to keep his job and control his famous temper.

Obituaries
Jack F. Koby

Around town

Around town

Around town

Around town

Obituaries
Jack F. Koby

Tough choices
If Adrian Berg could have heard himself speak when he was 17, he might not have become a father at 18.

Tough choices
If Adrian Berg could have heard himself speak when he was 17, he might not have become a father at 18.

Parents for a day
Elizabeth Price's baby died eight times in one day.

Parents for a day
Elizabeth Price's baby died eight times in one day.

Police and fire blotter

Haines mayor retires from troopers
HAINES - The mayor of the city of Haines no longer will be the Chilkat Valley's highest-ranking law enforcer as of June 1.

Correction

Correction

A fight over flights
The board of directors of the Juneau Chamber of Commerce has unanimously come out against the flightseeing initiative that would set strict hours for helicopter traffic during the tourist season.

Marijuana found by fire crew
An untended campfire last week above Thane led to a small brush fire - which led to the discovery of an illegal marijuana patch.

State and local briefly

Proposed cut in city grants worries business, art leaders
The city's plan to grant less money this year to a variety of community organizations brought forth reaction from those organizations at a Finance Committee meeting this week.

Ancient art, young artists
A dozen musicians are jamming non-stop in the hall at Floyd Dryden Middle School, thanks to Juneau artist Charles Rohrbacher and a team of apprentice fresco artists.

Native language may have little effect on schools
Some Southeast school districts say they should have no problem meeting the requirements of a new Native language education law.

Police and fire blotter

Smile, you're on Pelicam
Phil Miller keeps his camera trained on Pelican, at least when the weather's nice.

Smile, you're on Pelicam
Phil Miller keeps his camera trained on Pelican, at least when the weather's nice.

Police and fire blotter

Vessels help sinking boat
A pleasure boat struck a submerged pole Sunday afternoon near Spuhn Island, but nearby boats were able to keep it afloat while it was towed to Auke Bay. No one was injured, according to rescuers.

Vessels help sinking boat
A pleasure boat struck a submerged pole Sunday afternoon near Spuhn Island, but nearby boats were able to keep it afloat while it was towed to Auke Bay. No one was injured, according to rescuers.

Making dreams a reality for children with cancer
A love of Tasmanian devils is one of the links between Marilyn Camm of Juneau and Alex Villegas of San Diego. Another link is cancer.

State and local briefly

JDHS theater fest spotlights students' acting, writing skills
It was four hours to showtime Friday, and India Young, in the costume room at Juneau-Douglas High School, held up a long black dress for Katrina Rice's inspection.

Making dreams a reality for children with cancer
A love of Tasmanian devils is one of the links between Marilyn Camm of Juneau and Alex Villegas of San Diego. Another link is cancer.

Hudson runs for 7th term
A dozen years in the Legislature isn't enough for Rep. Bill Hudson.

Native language may have little effect on schools
Some Southeast school districts say they should have no problem meeting the requirements of a new Native language education law.

Marijuana found by fire crew
An untended campfire last week above Thane led to a small brush fire - which led to the discovery of an illegal marijuana patch.

State and local briefly

Russians to study abuse at AWARE
A group of Juneau women are making a grass-roots connection with Russian women on the subject of domestic violence and the need for women's shelters. As a result, two Russian women will spend part of the summer at a local shelter, seeing how rescue and recovery is handled here.

Correction

State and local briefly

Proposed cut in city grants worries business, art leaders
The city's plan to grant less money this year to a variety of community organizations brought forth reaction from those organizations at a Finance Committee meeting this week.

A fight over flights
The board of directors of the Juneau Chamber of Commerce has unanimously come out against the flightseeing initiative that would set strict hours for helicopter traffic during the tourist season.

Ancient art, young artists
A dozen musicians are jamming non-stop in the hall at Floyd Dryden Middle School, thanks to Juneau artist Charles Rohrbacher and a team of apprentice fresco artists.

Police and fire blotter

Hudson runs for 7th term
A dozen years in the Legislature isn't enough for Rep. Bill Hudson.

Haines mayor retires from troopers
HAINES - The mayor of the city of Haines no longer will be the Chilkat Valley's highest-ranking law enforcer as of June 1.

Correction

JDHS theater fest spotlights students' acting, writing skills
It was four hours to showtime Friday, and India Young, in the costume room at Juneau-Douglas High School, held up a long black dress for Katrina Rice's inspection.

Russians to study abuse at AWARE
A group of Juneau women are making a grass-roots connection with Russian women on the subject of domestic violence and the need for women's shelters. As a result, two Russian women will spend part of the summer at a local shelter, seeing how rescue and recovery is handled here.

Flight noise problem badly overstated
Helicopter fly-over sound has been reduced this summer by 44 percent. Through the efforts of elected officials, and in particular Juneau assembly member Tom Garrett

That frenzied need for glass eyeballs
It is time for True Crime Blotter, the feature in which we examine reports of actual crimes to see if they reveal important underlying truths about our society (no).

Task force has ideas worth discussing
Juneau's economy will probably remain relatively flat during the next few years, which will only exacerbate fiscal problems in light of tightening budgets, according to a recent task f

Word of mouth

Some history on Juneau's big ships
My turn By Ron Maas

Criticizes ad
Letter by Larry Willemsen

Concerned about Don Young's bill
Ruth Ewig

Concerned about Don Young's bill
Ruth Ewig

Some history on Juneau's big ships
My turn By Ron Maas

Conservation act is good news for Alaska
The following editorial appeared in the May 14 edition of the Anchorage Daily News:

Task force has ideas worth discussing
Juneau's economy will probably remain relatively flat during the next few years, which will only exacerbate fiscal problems in light of tightening budgets, according to a recent task f

Flight noise problem badly overstated
Helicopter fly-over sound has been reduced this summer by 44 percent. Through the efforts of elected officials, and in particular Juneau assembly member Tom Garrett

Will peace and quiet coalition pay the rent?
Letter by Deb Bergmann

Will peace and quiet coalition pay the rent?
Letter by Deb Bergmann

Conservation act is good news for Alaska
The following editorial appeared in the May 14 edition of the Anchorage Daily News:

Word of mouth

That frenzied need for glass eyeballs
It is time for True Crime Blotter, the feature in which we examine reports of actual crimes to see if they reveal important underlying truths about our society (no).

Criticizes ad
Letter by Larry Willemsen

Sports scores
Little League

Haines girls run past Juneau track team
Sarah Lende won three events and Lisa Sele added two victories as the Haines High School girls track team claimed an 84-79 victory over the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears during a four-team meet Saturday in Haines.

Sports scores
Little League

Salmon derby standings
SPRING KING SALMON DERBY

Riders shake off wreck in bike race
By the time the Juneau Freewheelers Association-Tee Harbor Road Race was over Friday night, Tony Jacobsen's sprint-finish victory was but an afterthought.

Salmon derby standings
SPRING KING SALMON DERBY

Fishing derby
Spring King Salmon Derby

Haines girls run past Juneau track team
Sarah Lende won three events and Lisa Sele added two victories as the Haines High School girls track team claimed an 84-79 victory over the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears during a four-team meet Saturday in Haines.

Sports scores

Freshman lead Crimson Bears in Kayhi sweep
Three freshman pitchers hurled the Juneau-Douglas High School softball team to three victories in Ketchikan this weekend.

Freshman lead Crimson Bears in Kayhi sweep
Three freshman pitchers hurled the Juneau-Douglas High School softball team to three victories in Ketchikan this weekend.

Juneau boys top Service

Sports scores
Mud Puddle Run

Riders shake off wreck in bike race
By the time the Juneau Freewheelers Association-Tee Harbor Road Race was over Friday night, Tony Jacobsen's sprint-finish victory was but an afterthought.

Landes picks wisely
Golf club selection is crucial when you can use only one.

Sports scores
Mud Puddle Run

Sports scores

Landes picks wisely
Golf club selection is crucial when you can use only one.

Fishing derby
Spring King Salmon Derby

Juneau boys top Service

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