Wednesday, May 31, 2000

Locals play tourist for less
People travel from all over the world to see Alaska and they pay top price for the experience.

Around the clock
Jim Costa gets kids to eat vegetables as part of his job.

Workers compensation changes aimed at reducing injuries
Getting injured on the job should be less of a burden on workers, and happen less often, under two measures soon to be Alaska law.

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Workers compensation changes aimed at reducing injuries
Getting injured on the job should be less of a burden on workers, and happen less often, under two measures soon to be Alaska law.

Around the clock
Jim Costa gets kids to eat vegetables as part of his job.

Business profile
Mike Spalding

Locals play tourist for less
People travel from all over the world to see Alaska and they pay top price for the experience.

Business profile
Mike Spalding

Minnesota welfare program cost more but improved lives, study finds
BLAINE, Minn. (AP) - People in a welfare reform program that pushed recipients to find work but preserved many of their benefits wound up with more stable lives as well as more money, according to a nonpartisan report released Wednesday.

Judge says Tongass log contract cancellation was improper
KETCHIKAN (AP) - A court of claims judge in Washington, D.C. has ruled in favor of Alaska Pulp Corp. in its $1.4 billion lawsuit against the federal government, U.S. Sen. Frank Murkowski said.

Judge says Tongass log contract cancellation was improper
KETCHIKAN (AP) - A court of claims judge in Washington, D.C. has ruled in favor of Alaska Pulp Corp. in its $1.4 billion lawsuit against the federal government, U.S. Sen. Frank Murkowski said.

Minnesota welfare program cost more but improved lives, study finds
BLAINE, Minn. (AP) - People in a welfare reform program that pushed recipients to find work but preserved many of their benefits wound up with more stable lives as well as more money, according to a nonpartisan report released Wednesday.

The fountain of youth is found in Juneau
Want to live longer? Want to live those extra years with vitality, agility and strength?

Community briefly
Applications for community work grants available

Around town
Wednesday May 31

Around town
TodayTuesday, May 30

Pet of the week
Diamond is a 1-year-old spayed female lab/husky mix who is described as

Obituaries
Daniel Morgan Brown-Brux, Bonnie Ann Wright

Volunteer Achievement award winners
Susan Knowles recently hosted the ninth Volunteer Achievement Awards Ceremony. The ceremony, sponsored by the Juneau Women's Council in celebration of Women's History Month, allows agencies and organizations a forum in which they can honor their female volunteers.

Around town
TodayTuesday, May 30

Volunteer Achievement award winners
Susan Knowles recently hosted the ninth Volunteer Achievement Awards Ceremony. The ceremony, sponsored by the Juneau Women's Council in celebration of Women's History Month, allows agencies and organizations a forum in which they can honor their female volunteers.

Community briefly
Applications for community work grants available

Obituaries
Fenumiai Ilalio Sr.

Obituaries
Fenumiai Ilalio Sr.

National Guard has new recruiter
The state champion in heavy weight lifting has a new challenge on his hands: full-time recruiter for the Alaska Army National Guard.

Pet of the week
Diamond is a 1-year-old spayed female lab/husky mix who is described as

Obituaries
Daniel Morgan Brown-Brux, Bonnie Ann Wright

National Guard has new recruiter
The state champion in heavy weight lifting has a new challenge on his hands: full-time recruiter for the Alaska Army National Guard.

The fountain of youth is found in Juneau
Want to live longer? Want to live those extra years with vitality, agility and strength?

Around town
Wednesday May 31

Alaska Airlines plans to fire pilots
SEATTLE - Alaska Airlines said Tuesday it will fire two pilots for continuing a flight after they failed to properly pressurize the cabin.

Stores hit for sales to minors
Too often, high school graduation comes with drunken kids getting hurt.

No one challenging Hudson - yet
As of today, nobody had filed to challenge Republican Rep. Bill Hudson for his legislative seat in the Mendenhall Valley.

Chinook cut for charters
Non-Alaskans and guided fishermen will bear the brunt of new restrictions on king salmon anglers in Southeast.

Family moves into new home after fire
A disastrous fire turned out to have a silver lining for the George Paul family.

Students plan different paths for success
Ishmael Hope wants to go into government or

Family moves into new home after fire
A disastrous fire turned out to have a silver lining for the George Paul family.

Judge sides with Alaska Pulp Co.
A federal claims court has ruled that the U.S. Forest Service acted improperly when it ended Alaska Pulp Co.'s 50-year timber contract in the Tongass National Forest.

Alaska Airlines plans to fire pilots
SEATTLE - Alaska Airlines said Tuesday it will fire two pilots for continuing a flight after they failed to properly pressurize the cabin.

Stores hit for sales to minors
Too often, high school graduation comes with drunken kids getting hurt.

Students plan different paths for success
Ishmael Hope wants to go into government or

Native welfare shifts to council
Starting this summer, the Tlingit-Haida Central Council will take over the state welfare program for Southeast Alaska Native families.

Police and fire blotter

What city cuts mean
What the sound and the fury of the city's fiscal 2001 budget deliberations signify fo

Hot pets - from goats to bearded dragons
Annie Sidney has chosen a pet with permanent body odor.

State and local briefly
Anchorage schools send layoff notices

Forest Service cool to Southeast land deal
ANCHORAGE - A prime piece of real estate, smack in the heart of the Admiralty Island National Monument, is for sale.

Police and fire blotter

Juneau birth center gets $28,000 boost
When teens become parents, they need all the help they can get.

Forest Service cool to Southeast land deal
ANCHORAGE - A prime piece of real estate, smack in the heart of the Admiralty Island National Monument, is for sale.

Native welfare shifts to council
Starting this summer, the Tlingit-Haida Central Council will take over the state welfare program for Southeast Alaska Native families.

Bailout plan triggers split
ANCHORAGE -- Alaska U.S. Rep. Don Young is trying to find a way to bail out a bankrupt Native village corporation in Southeast Alaska, but his efforts are being complicated by U.S. Sen. Frank Murkowski.

Judge sides with Alaska Pulp Co.
A federal claims court has ruled that the U.S. Forest Service acted improperly when it ended Alaska Pulp Co.'s 50-year timber contract in the Tongass National Forest.

Juneau company helps students get set for SATs
A Juneau man has begun offering classes to prepare students for the SATs, the national verbal and math tests that help determine college admissions.

Chinook cut for charters
Non-Alaskans and guided fishermen will bear the brunt of new restrictions on king salmon anglers in Southeast.

Hot pets - from goats to bearded dragons
Annie Sidney has chosen a pet with permanent body odor.

State and local briefly
Anchorage schools send layoff notices

Canada settles over '94 fishing boat flap
WASHINGTON - Six years after imposing a fee on U.S. fishing vessels transiting the Inside Passage, Canada has closed the book on the controversy by contributing to salmon conservation efforts.

Juneau birth center gets $28,000 boost
When teens become parents, they need all the help they can get.

Around Juneau
Three rescued after boat sinks

Juneau company helps students get set for SATs
A Juneau man has begun offering classes to prepare students for the SATs, the national verbal and math tests that help determine college admissions.

Bailout plan triggers split
ANCHORAGE -- Alaska U.S. Rep. Don Young is trying to find a way to bail out a bankrupt Native village corporation in Southeast Alaska, but his efforts are being complicated by U.S. Sen. Frank Murkowski.

No one challenging Hudson - yet
As of today, nobody had filed to challenge Republican Rep. Bill Hudson for his legislative seat in the Mendenhall Valley.

Police and fire

What city cuts mean
What the sound and the fury of the city's fiscal 2001 budget deliberations signify fo

Around Juneau
Three rescued after boat sinks

Canada settles over '94 fishing boat flap
WASHINGTON - Six years after imposing a fee on U.S. fishing vessels transiting the Inside Passage, Canada has closed the book on the controversy by contributing to salmon conservation efforts.

Police and fire

U.N. should take a global approach
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Fed up with poor analogies
Letter by Dick Callahan

Using people for political puppets is poor politics
Letter by Jay Hubbard

Problem with class promotion
Letter by John Wierzelewski

U.N. should take a global approach
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Keep the money and jobs in Alaska
Letter by Erik Stimpfle

No Word of Mouth today

Using people for political puppets is poor politics
Letter by Jay Hubbard

Few takers for seats in the Alaska Legislature
The following editorial appeared in May 23 edition of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner:

Few takers for seats in the Alaska Legislature
The following editorial appeared in May 23 edition of the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner:

Word of mouth

Fed up with poor analogies
Letter by Dick Callahan

Kenai subsistence decision hurts Alaska
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's edition of the Anchorage Daily News:

No Word of Mouth today

Kenai subsistence decision hurts Alaska
The following editorial appeared in Sunday's edition of the Anchorage Daily News:

Problem with class promotion
Letter by John Wierzelewski

Keep the money and jobs in Alaska
Letter by Erik Stimpfle

Petition needs thoughtful consideration
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Petition needs thoughtful consideration
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Word of mouth

Conway takes Iowa State Cyclones by storm
You might say former Juneau-Douglas High School baseball star Rob Conway took the Big 12 Conference by storm when he made his debut for the Iowa State Cyclones this February.

Boozer survives first Junior National team cut
Carlos Boozer Jr. of Juneau moved one step closer to a spot on the United States junior national team this weekend, surviving the first cut for the 2000 USA Basketball World Championship for Young Men Qualifying Team.

Boozer survives first Junior National team cut
Carlos Boozer Jr. of Juneau moved one step closer to a spot on the United States junior national team this weekend, surviving the first cut for the 2000 USA Basketball World Championship for Young Men Qualifying Team.

Conway takes Iowa State Cyclones by storm
You might say former Juneau-Douglas High School baseball star Rob Conway took the Big 12 Conference by storm when he made his debut for the Iowa State Cyclones this February.

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