Sunday, July 30, 2000

Around Town

Around Town

Obituaries
DOUGLAS H. CARTER, BILLY CLARANCE SULLIVAN

Obituaries
DOUGLAS H. CARTER, BILLY CLARANCE SULLIVAN

Too little money for all children with delays
Small children in Alaska have to have bigger problems than kids in most other states before they qualify for special help.

Too little money for all children with delays
Small children in Alaska have to have bigger problems than kids in most other states before they qualify for special help.

Pushing for kids' potential
By the time Malik was 13 months old, it was obvious something was wrong. He still couldn't even say ``mama,'' and he wasn't yet starting to walk.

Pushing for kids' potential
By the time Malik was 13 months old, it was obvious something was wrong. He still couldn't even say ``mama,'' and he wasn't yet starting to walk.

Kake gets water back; problems linger
Kake Mayor Lonnie Anderson said he had nightmares Friday night - nightmares about his town being without water.

A golden day for railroad, Carcros
CARCROSS, YUKON TERRITORY -- The White Pass & Yukon Route railroad brought gold to this small village Saturday.

Replacing aging oil workers
PRUDHOE BAY - Ask just about any BP or Phillips Petroleum employee why they love to work up here, and the first answer is invariably the same: money.

A golden day for railroad, Carcros
CARCROSS, YUKON TERRITORY -- The White Pass & Yukon Route railroad brought gold to this small village Saturday.

Rasing Native teachers
The University of Alaska Southeast hopes a $2.4 million federal grant will translate into as many as 80 new Alaska Native teachers.

Service agency dismisses leaders
A Sitka-based rehabilitation and home-care organization that has workers and clients throughout the state, including Juneau, is undergoing a shake-up.

Man convicted for renting unsafe house
An absentee homeowner who played the role of absentee landlord in violation of city codes has been found guilty of threatening the safety of tenants.

Police and fire
Juneau police, fire officials, U.S. Coast Guard and state troopers reported:

Rasing Native teachers
The University of Alaska Southeast hopes a $2.4 million federal grant will translate into as many as 80 new Alaska Native teachers.

Replacing aging oil workers
PRUDHOE BAY - Ask just about any BP or Phillips Petroleum employee why they love to work up here, and the first answer is invariably the same: money.

Kake gets water back; problems linger
Kake Mayor Lonnie Anderson said he had nightmares Friday night - nightmares about his town being without water.

Man convicted for renting unsafe house
An absentee homeowner who played the role of absentee landlord in violation of city codes has been found guilty of threatening the safety of tenants.

EPA cites Bethel for hazardous waste violations
BETHEL - The city of Bethel has been cited for more than a dozen violations of federal rules aimed at preventing oil pollution.

CIRI could reap windfall in proposed takeover
ANCHORAGE - A bid by German telecom giant Deutsche Telekom to buy an American wireless phone company could bring a billion-dollar windfall to Cook Inlet Region Inc.

Police and fire
Juneau police, fire officials, U.S. Coast Guard and state troopers reported:

A bad first check
The first random checks of cruise ship wastewater in Southeast revealed higher levels of bacteria than officials were expecting.

EPA cites Bethel for hazardous waste violations
BETHEL - The city of Bethel has been cited for more than a dozen violations of federal rules aimed at preventing oil pollution.

A bad first check
The first random checks of cruise ship wastewater in Southeast revealed higher levels of bacteria than officials were expecting.

CIRI could reap windfall in proposed takeover
ANCHORAGE - A bid by German telecom giant Deutsche Telekom to buy an American wireless phone company could bring a billion-dollar windfall to Cook Inlet Region Inc.

Service agency dismisses leaders
A Sitka-based rehabilitation and home-care organization that has workers and clients throughout the state, including Juneau, is undergoing a shake-up.

Babies, restaurants should not mix
If you're a new parent, there will come a time when either you or your spouse will say these words:

Tourism supports Juneau's economy
I am dismayed when I read Word of Mouth and Letters to the Editor from folks who feel that those of us in the visitor industry are not contributing to the local economy.

Cruise ship dumping bill should be enacted
A bill now before the U.S. House would prohibit dumping of untreated sewage in the Inside Passage. The measure, first introduced last month by Sen. Frank Murkowski, an Alaska Republican, passed the Senate last week.

Word of mouth

Tourism supports Juneau's economy
I am dismayed when I read Word of Mouth and Letters to the Editor from folks who feel that those of us in the visitor industry are not contributing to the local economy.

Word of mouth

Babies, restaurants should not mix
If you're a new parent, there will come a time when either you or your spouse will say these words:

Cruise ship dumping bill should be enacted
A bill now before the U.S. House would prohibit dumping of untreated sewage in the Inside Passage. The measure, first introduced last month by Sen. Frank Murkowski, an Alaska Republican, passed the Senate last week.

Sports in Juneau

Sports in Juneau

UAF shooter targets Games
BOSTON -- Melissa Mulloy has got some serious range. She can hit the big shot in a pressure situation. Her coach can count on her to score, and she has a shooter's mentality -- keep firing, and never get discouraged by a miss.

UAF shooter targets Games
BOSTON -- Melissa Mulloy has got some serious range. She can hit the big shot in a pressure situation. Her coach can count on her to score, and she has a shooter's mentality -- keep firing, and never get discouraged by a miss.

Hill-toppers
Mud caked the shoes, legs and sometimes even the backs of the runners as they arrived at the finish line of Saturday's Mount Roberts Tram Run.

Hill-toppers
Mud caked the shoes, legs and sometimes even the backs of the runners as they arrived at the finish line of Saturday's Mount Roberts Tram Run.

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