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Saturday, July 22, 2000

Cheney emerges as leading candidate for Bush running mate.
WASHINGTON - Dick Cheney, who is heading up George W. Bush's vice presidential selection effort, has emerged as the leading candidate for the job, a senior Republican official said Friday.

Cheney emerges as leading candidate for Bush running mate.
WASHINGTON - Dick Cheney, who is heading up George W. Bush's vice presidential selection effort, has emerged as the leading candidate for the job, a senior Republican official said Friday.

Learning the way of things Down Under
On her trip Down Under, Rebecca Gaguine liked the camel ride, ``even though they smelled funny,'' and learned how to crack a whip. ``That was pretty cool.''

Thank you

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Learning the way of things Down Under
On her trip Down Under, Rebecca Gaguine liked the camel ride, ``even though they smelled funny,'' and learned how to crack a whip. ``That was pretty cool.''

Thank you

Weddings
JEFFERY JOHNS, JODY LEVERNIER, BONNIE ZIMMERMAN, RYAN JOHNSTON, DAVID MOHR, MICHELLE BEADLE

Weddings
JEFFERY JOHNS, JODY LEVERNIER, BONNIE ZIMMERMAN, RYAN JOHNSTON, DAVID MOHR, MICHELLE BEADLE

Around Town

Around Town

Weekend bestbets

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Weekend bestbets

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

Garden tours feature bonsai to lily ponds to fruit orchards
The second annual Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Tour offers plant enthusiasts an even dozen gardens to drool over, photograph and take notes about.

Thorne Bay crash kills one
A Thorne Bay man died in a floatplane crash Thursday evening near Thorne Bay.

Carnival benefits charities
Saturday and Sunday, Juneau residents have an opportunity to put all their pleasures in one basket: eat cotton candy, giggle at clowns, enjoy entertainment and contribute to their favorite charities.

Legal legend still serving courts at 82
More than 50 years ago Robert Boochever came to Juneau to serve the people of Alaska, and today at age 82, he's still going strong. He represents Alaska on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the second highest court in the nation.

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

Legal legend still serving courts at 82
More than 50 years ago Robert Boochever came to Juneau to serve the people of Alaska, and today at age 82, he's still going strong. He represents Alaska on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the second highest court in the nation.

Media giants on the future of news
Despite satellites transmitting news instantly and endlessly and the seeming dominance of the Internet, the future of newspapers looks bright, an industry leader said Thursday.

Media giants on the future of news
Despite satellites transmitting news instantly and endlessly and the seeming dominance of the Internet, the future of newspapers looks bright, an industry leader said Thursday.

Thorne Bay crash kills one
A Thorne Bay man died in a floatplane crash Thursday evening near Thorne Bay.

Limits loosen on crab
The roughly 1,000 locals who catch king crab for their dinner can take more home.

Sea lion drop halts trawlers
ANCHORAGE -- A federal judge has ordered trawl fishing be stopped in areas designated as critical habitat for endangered Steller sea lions in western Alaska.

Carnival benefits charities
Saturday and Sunday, Juneau residents have an opportunity to put all their pleasures in one basket: eat cotton candy, giggle at clowns, enjoy entertainment and contribute to their favorite charities.

Church founder to be remembered
JUNEAU -- The late founder of Douglas Community United Methodist Church will be remembered at a ``Time of Memory'' at 11 a.m. Sunday at the church.

Church founder to be remembered
JUNEAU -- The late founder of Douglas Community United Methodist Church will be remembered at a ``Time of Memory'' at 11 a.m. Sunday at the church.

Alaska Airlines tested suspect part repeatedly
SEATTLE - The criminal investigation into the crash of an Alaska Airlines jet is focusing on mechanics' decision not to replace a part that was wearing out in 1997 and is suspected of causing last January's disaster, The Seattle Times reported today.

Sea lion drop halts trawlers
ANCHORAGE -- A federal judge has ordered trawl fishing be stopped in areas designated as critical habitat for endangered Steller sea lions in western Alaska.

Limits loosen on crab
The roughly 1,000 locals who catch king crab for their dinner can take more home.

Garden tours feature bonsai to lily ponds to fruit orchards
The second annual Southeast Alaska Master Gardeners Tour offers plant enthusiasts an even dozen gardens to drool over, photograph and take notes about.

Alaska Airlines tested suspect part repeatedly
SEATTLE - The criminal investigation into the crash of an Alaska Airlines jet is focusing on mechanics' decision not to replace a part that was wearing out in 1997 and is suspected of causing last January's disaster, The Seattle Times reported today.

Seize the moment for a real Mideast peace deal
The following editorial appeared in today's edition of the Miami Herald:

Bill Ray did more than many realize
My opinion of Bill Ray has not changed much since I met him on south Franklin Street one drizzly noon hour nearly 40 years ago. He's an okay guy.

Word of mouth

Bill Ray did more than many realize
My opinion of Bill Ray has not changed much since I met him on south Franklin Street one drizzly noon hour nearly 40 years ago. He's an okay guy.

Word of mouth

Parents need knowledge of drugs given to children
How many of you parents feel that you have the right to know that your child was raped, has a sexual disease, and what kind of prescriptions your child is currently on? I am sure all of you do.

Seize the moment for a real Mideast peace deal
The following editorial appeared in today's edition of the Miami Herald:

Parents need knowledge of drugs given to children
How many of you parents feel that you have the right to know that your child was raped, has a sexual disease, and what kind of prescriptions your child is currently on? I am sure all of you do.

Sports in Juneau

Ketchikan claims fourth state Big League title
Make it No. 4.

Little League teams advance in playoffs
Three Gastineau Channel Little League baseball teams are currently playing in Southeast Tournaments.

Sports in Juneau

Ketchikan claims fourth state Big League title
Make it No. 4.

Little League teams advance in playoffs
Three Gastineau Channel Little League baseball teams are currently playing in Southeast Tournaments.

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