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Monday, May 29, 2000

Two missing in avalanche on Mount Foraker
ANCHORAGE (AP) - Two climbers were reported missing Sunday and presumed dead after an avalanche on Mount Foraker in Denali National Park and Preserve.

Two missing in avalanche on Mount Foraker
ANCHORAGE (AP) - Two climbers were reported missing Sunday and presumed dead after an avalanche on Mount Foraker in Denali National Park and Preserve.

Around town
Sunday, May 28

Obituaries
Helen Fossum

Around town
Sunday, May 28

Obituaries
Helen Fossum

Celebrating centuries of tradition
In the 20th century, the first people of Alaska were taught to be ashamed of their culture, heritage and language. As Alaska Natives enter the new millennium, they have not only revived their culture and language - they're celebrating it.

Celebrating centuries of tradition
In the 20th century, the first people of Alaska were taught to be ashamed of their culture, heritage and language. As Alaska Natives enter the new millennium, they have not only revived their culture and language - they're celebrating it.

Looking up at Goldbelt
Eleven people are running for three seats on the Goldbelt board of directors after a year in which the company had a net loss of $4.6 million.

Seeing the inside of a cruise ship
Ben Grammel was among the 41 Auke Bay Elementary fifth graders touring the cruise ship Sun Princess on Friday morning. When he reached the kids' entertainment area, he had one response.

Seeing the inside of a cruise ship
Ben Grammel was among the 41 Auke Bay Elementary fifth graders touring the cruise ship Sun Princess on Friday morning. When he reached the kids' entertainment area, he had one response.

Mechanic who criticized Alaska Airlines put on leave
An Alaska Airlines mechanic who said several airline jets have gone back into the air in potentially dangerous condition after maintenance in Seattle has been placed on paid leave.

Looking up at Goldbelt
Eleven people are running for three seats on the Goldbelt board of directors after a year in which the company had a net loss of $4.6 million.

Climber killed in Denali avalanche
Utah climber is presumed dead following the collapse of an ice wall at Denali National Park, park service officials said Friday.

Ceremonies honor vets Monday
Two ceremonies in Juneau will celebrate Memorial Day.

Cruise ship fire apparently caused by electrical appliance, officials say
An electrical appliance apparently caused last Tuesday's fire aboard the cruise ship Nieuw Amsterdam, according to investigators.

Still searching for Brux's killer
Police are still investigating the death of Daniel Brux, 36, found beaten to death in his downtown apartment last Monday morning.

Ceremonies honor vets Monday
Two ceremonies in Juneau will celebrate Memorial Day.

Police and fire
Juneau police, fire officials, hospital officials and state troopers reported:

Fashion revue aimed at Native youths
Tlingit, Tsimshian and Haida regalia can embody clan history -- or elicit the wolf whistles of high fashion.

Climber killed in Denali avalanche
Utah climber is presumed dead following the collapse of an ice wall at Denali National Park, park service officials said Friday.

Fashion revue aimed at Native youths
Tlingit, Tsimshian and Haida regalia can embody clan history -- or elicit the wolf whistles of high fashion.

Cruise ship fire apparently caused by electrical appliance, officials say
An electrical appliance apparently caused last Tuesday's fire aboard the cruise ship Nieuw Amsterdam, according to investigators.

Police and fire
Juneau police, fire officials, hospital officials and state troopers reported:

Still searching for Brux's killer
Police are still investigating the death of Daniel Brux, 36, found beaten to death in his downtown apartment last Monday morning.

Mechanic who criticized Alaska Airlines put on leave
An Alaska Airlines mechanic who said several airline jets have gone back into the air in potentially dangerous condition after maintenance in Seattle has been placed on paid leave.

Word of mouth

Decks and other manmade disasters
Today's Do-It-Yourself Project Is: How To Build a Deck.

A day to pay tribute to those who served
Monday's a federal holiday, a day when most of us will take off a day from work, maybe have a picnic, mow the lawn or some such thing. Most businesses close, although there will be some great sales.

Word of mouth

A day to pay tribute to those who served
Monday's a federal holiday, a day when most of us will take off a day from work, maybe have a picnic, mow the lawn or some such thing. Most businesses close, although there will be some great sales.

Decks and other manmade disasters
Today's Do-It-Yourself Project Is: How To Build a Deck.

Two is enough for relay win
The Pusich brothers made short work of Juneau's longest relay.

Juneau Comes oh so close to state title
But for a few brief moments to open the second half, the Juneau-Douglas High School boys soccer team would be bringing home the first official state title awarded in the sport for Alaska.

Girls fall to Kenai in double OT
Penalty kicks ended the season early for the Juneau-Douglas High School girls soccer team, as the Kenai Kardinals claimed a 2-1 double-overtime shootout victory over the Crimson Bears Friday in the inaugural state tournament at Skyview High School.

Powerlifter breaks two national records
Juneau powerlifter Ira Rosen set two national records en route to winning the 132-pound division of the USA Powerlifting National Master's Meet in Cleveland on May 6.

Two is enough for relay win
The Pusich brothers made short work of Juneau's longest relay.

Kayhi's Nordlund Wins hurdles title
It took a strong finish for Ketchikan junior Geoff Nordlund to claim a state title Saturday in the Alaska high school track and field championships in Palmer.

Powerlifter breaks two national records
Juneau powerlifter Ira Rosen set two national records en route to winning the 132-pound division of the USA Powerlifting National Master's Meet in Cleveland on May 6.

Juneau Comes oh so close to state title
But for a few brief moments to open the second half, the Juneau-Douglas High School boys soccer team would be bringing home the first official state title awarded in the sport for Alaska.

Ward holds off young challenger in Dredge Lake Mountain Bike Race
For five of the six laps during the Dredge Lake Mountain Bike Race Saturday, 14-year old Tucker Thomas rode so close to eventual winner Terry Ward that at one point they even bumped tires.

Girls fall to Kenai in double OT
Penalty kicks ended the season early for the Juneau-Douglas High School girls soccer team, as the Kenai Kardinals claimed a 2-1 double-overtime shootout victory over the Crimson Bears Friday in the inaugural state tournament at Skyview High School.

Baseball team has undefeated weekend
THE JUNEAU EMPIRE

Ward holds off young challenger in Dredge Lake Mountain Bike Race
For five of the six laps during the Dredge Lake Mountain Bike Race Saturday, 14-year old Tucker Thomas rode so close to eventual winner Terry Ward that at one point they even bumped tires.

Baseball team has undefeated weekend
THE JUNEAU EMPIRE

Kayhi's Nordlund Wins hurdles title
It took a strong finish for Ketchikan junior Geoff Nordlund to claim a state title Saturday in the Alaska high school track and field championships in Palmer.

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