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Sunday, July 23, 2000

Around Town

Around Town

Exploring Juneau's backyard
Mary Lou Spartz had a rude awakening when her family moved to Juneau in 1941 and found out she needed an escape route out of town.

Exploring Juneau's backyard
Mary Lou Spartz had a rude awakening when her family moved to Juneau in 1941 and found out she needed an escape route out of town.

Inside Out

Corridor at city's back door offers refuge for wildlife
Juneau's geographical isolation is more than just a problem for people.

Corridor at city's back door offers refuge for wildlife
Juneau's geographical isolation is more than just a problem for people.

Inside Out

Walking into history
``I want to show you guys something,'' Mike Grummett's always saying as he pushes through some brush to check out an old-timer's cabin, a mining shaft or a forgotten trail.

Walking into history
``I want to show you guys something,'' Mike Grummett's always saying as he pushes through some brush to check out an old-timer's cabin, a mining shaft or a forgotten trail.

Juneau-based bingo, pull-tab operations under state review
Two Juneau-based gaming cooperatives have shorted the charities they work for by nearly $600,000 since 1995, leading the state to withhold their permits and audit the cooperatives for financial and regulatory problems.

Pair suspected of dealing cocaine, pot in Haines
A Juneau woman was arrested Tuesday night in Haines on drug charges.

State loans $2.5 million more to seafood plant
ANCHORAGE - The state has loaned a massive new seafood plant $2.5 million to keep it going while the company scrambles to find new investors.

Warming up with a day at the carnival
Indoors under a sky-blue big top, the weather forecast is always sunny and warm.

Powell seeks `moderate majority' on flightseeing
Juneau Assembly member Jim Powell is calling for a ``moderate majority'' to make its voice heard above all the din surrounding flightseeing and its critics.

Police and fire
Juneau police, fire officials, U.S. Coast Guard and Alaska State Troopers reported:

Juneau-based bingo, pull-tab operations under state review
Two Juneau-based gaming cooperatives have shorted the charities they work for by nearly $600,000 since 1995, leading the state to withhold their permits and audit the cooperatives for financial and regulatory problems.

Warming up with a day at the carnival
Indoors under a sky-blue big top, the weather forecast is always sunny and warm.

Manager evokes loyalty, distain
In the center of the state investigation into two Juneau-based charity fund-raising cooperatives is George Wright, a man who does not go quietly.

Pair suspected of dealing cocaine, pot in Haines
A Juneau woman was arrested Tuesday night in Haines on drug charges.

Corrections

Manager evokes loyalty, distain
In the center of the state investigation into two Juneau-based charity fund-raising cooperatives is George Wright, a man who does not go quietly.

Around Juneau

State loans $2.5 million more to seafood plant
ANCHORAGE - The state has loaned a massive new seafood plant $2.5 million to keep it going while the company scrambles to find new investors.

Around Juneau

Powell seeks `moderate majority' on flightseeing
Juneau Assembly member Jim Powell is calling for a ``moderate majority'' to make its voice heard above all the din surrounding flightseeing and its critics.

Corrections

Police and fire
Juneau police, fire officials, U.S. Coast Guard and Alaska State Troopers reported:

Stop posturing and end marriage tax penalty

Word of Mouth

Stop posturing and end marriage tax penalty

Word of Mouth

Genes cleaned, starched while you wait
Recently, an organization called ``The Human Genome Project'' - which, incredibly, turns out NOT to be rock band - announced that it had deciphered the human genetic code. Scientists reacted by holding a celebration so joyous that many of them woke up the next day with undershorts stains that they believe could take years to fully analyze.

Genes cleaned, starched while you wait
Recently, an organization called ``The Human Genome Project'' - which, incredibly, turns out NOT to be rock band - announced that it had deciphered the human genetic code. Scientists reacted by holding a celebration so joyous that many of them woke up the next day with undershorts stains that they believe could take years to fully analyze.

Malacas, Scholl lead Juneau juniors into state title game
Defense and a hot hitter put Juneau's Gastineau Channel Little League Junior All-Stars into the State Junior (age 13-14) Little League Baseball championship game.

Hoonah man catches 86-pound king salmon
Frank Lee felt there were bigger fish just waiting to be caught, so after bringing in a 25-pound king salmon Thursday near Hoonah he released it to keep the small fish from counting against his daily limit.

Sports in Juneau

Bursell, Mitchell win duathlon
The word transition is defined by Webster's New World Dictionary as ``a passing from one condition, form, stage, activity, place, etc., to another.''

Malacas, Scholl lead Juneau juniors into state title game
Defense and a hot hitter put Juneau's Gastineau Channel Little League Junior All-Stars into the State Junior (age 13-14) Little League Baseball championship game.

Hoonah man catches 86-pound king salmon
Frank Lee felt there were bigger fish just waiting to be caught, so after bringing in a 25-pound king salmon Thursday near Hoonah he released it to keep the small fish from counting against his daily limit.

Sports in Juneau

Bursell, Mitchell win duathlon
The word transition is defined by Webster's New World Dictionary as ``a passing from one condition, form, stage, activity, place, etc., to another.''

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