Sunday, July 16, 2000

Obituaries
MARTHA SALLY OSBORNE

Obituaries
MARTHA SALLY OSBORNE

Around Town

Around Town

Tom Garret close up
During nearly seven years on the Juneau Assembly, Tom Garrett has variously stirred up strong emotions, a lot of admiration and utter condemnation.

Inside Out
He'll never stop

Tom Garret close up
During nearly seven years on the Juneau Assembly, Tom Garrett has variously stirred up strong emotions, a lot of admiration and utter condemnation.

Inside Out
He'll never stop

Finding wellness through fitness
George Williams, 60, logged 24,720 minutes of exercise to become grand prize winner of the Eagle/Raven Wellness Challenge 2000 for the second year in a row.

Finding wellness through fitness
George Williams, 60, logged 24,720 minutes of exercise to become grand prize winner of the Eagle/Raven Wellness Challenge 2000 for the second year in a row.

Accident victim identified
The Juneau Police Department on Friday identified the driver of the Chevy that rolled over on Egan Drive Wednesday, injuring herself and two passengers.

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

Local officials split on need for cruise alarms
The issue of local smoke alarms on cruise ships isn't generating the same kind of edgy debate in Alaska that it is in Washington, D.C.

Around the State

Where to put all the trash?
A legal battle between the city of Haines and the local independent garbage company is highlighting larger problems with waste disposal in the upper Lynn Canal community.

Timber becomes a sideshow
For struggling logging communities on Prince of Wales Island, the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show in Ketchikan is like salt in a wound.

Around the State

Where to put all the trash?
A legal battle between the city of Haines and the local independent garbage company is highlighting larger problems with waste disposal in the upper Lynn Canal community.

Timber becomes a sideshow
For struggling logging communities on Prince of Wales Island, the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show in Ketchikan is like salt in a wound.

Accident victim identified
The Juneau Police Department on Friday identified the driver of the Chevy that rolled over on Egan Drive Wednesday, injuring herself and two passengers.

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

Local officials split on need for cruise alarms
The issue of local smoke alarms on cruise ships isn't generating the same kind of edgy debate in Alaska that it is in Washington, D.C.

Lousy polls, great bumper stickers
It's almost time for the political conventions, which means that millions of concerned American voters will be glued to their TV sets, watching the last few episodes of ``Survivor.''

Welcome to Juneau World
I have the answer to Juneau's tourist woes. I've been waiting patiently for someone to ask me, but that's never been one of my long suits. The answer is obvious when you think about it. Two words: Juneau World.

Denying alcohol to problem drinkers
Alcohol and driving simply don't mix. Common sense and, unfortunately, statistics bear that out. Alcohol impairs one's ability to drive safely, and drunks driving thousands of pounds of metal down a highway are asking for trouble.

Word of mouth

The answer to Juneau's problems are in Juneau
It is not my intent to engage in the debate between those that oppose development and those that believe the legal tender is

Lousy polls, great bumper stickers
It's almost time for the political conventions, which means that millions of concerned American voters will be glued to their TV sets, watching the last few episodes of ``Survivor.''

Word of mouth

The answer to Juneau's problems are in Juneau
It is not my intent to engage in the debate between those that oppose development and those that believe the legal tender is

Denying alcohol to problem drinkers
Alcohol and driving simply don't mix. Common sense and, unfortunately, statistics bear that out. Alcohol impairs one's ability to drive safely, and drunks driving thousands of pounds of metal down a highway are asking for trouble.

Welcome to Juneau World
I have the answer to Juneau's tourist woes. I've been waiting patiently for someone to ask me, but that's never been one of my long suits. The answer is obvious when you think about it. Two words: Juneau World.

Huemann wins Cope Park race
The Cope Park Mountain Bike Race didn't have the long, grueling hill climbs one normally associates with the sport of mountain biking, but that didn't mean it wasn't a tough race.

Juneau seniors force if-necessary game vs. Ketchikan
Juneau's Gastineau Channel Little League Senior (age 15-16) All-Stars had some shaky moments on defense early in the game.

Juneau advances to play Sitka juniors
Juneau's Gastineau Channel Little League Junior All-Stars stayed in the winners' bracket Friday night, claiming a 15-1 victory over Prince of Wales in the second round of the Alaska District 2 (Southeast) Junior Baseball Tournament at Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park.

Sports in Juneau

Taking the scenic route
Scenic beauty was the attraction for the 36 runners who competed in the Spaulding Meadows (with a view of Windfall Lake) Cross-Country Trail Challenge on Saturday.

Taking the scenic route
Scenic beauty was the attraction for the 36 runners who competed in the Spaulding Meadows (with a view of Windfall Lake) Cross-Country Trail Challenge on Saturday.

Juneau seniors force if-necessary game vs. Ketchikan
Juneau's Gastineau Channel Little League Senior (age 15-16) All-Stars had some shaky moments on defense early in the game.

Huemann wins Cope Park race
The Cope Park Mountain Bike Race didn't have the long, grueling hill climbs one normally associates with the sport of mountain biking, but that didn't mean it wasn't a tough race.

Boozer misses in bid for Team USA
Carlos Boozer Jr.'s dream of playing for the U.S. junior national team came to an end Friday when he was one of four players to miss the squad's final cut, announced during a Team USA training camp at Miami's LaSalle High School.

Boozer misses in bid for Team USA
Carlos Boozer Jr.'s dream of playing for the U.S. junior national team came to an end Friday when he was one of four players to miss the squad's final cut, announced during a Team USA training camp at Miami's LaSalle High School.

Sports in Juneau

Juneau advances to play Sitka juniors
Juneau's Gastineau Channel Little League Junior All-Stars stayed in the winners' bracket Friday night, claiming a 15-1 victory over Prince of Wales in the second round of the Alaska District 2 (Southeast) Junior Baseball Tournament at Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park.

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