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Tuesday, August 8, 2000

Around the clock
If you can make it in Alaska, you can make it anywhere.

Briefly

Business profile
Title and firm: owner, Archery Outfitters

Drink your veggies?
The Great Land Wines cellar reads like a grocery list: onion, carrot, beet, potato, rhubarb, blueberry, strawberry, cherry, high bush cranberry.

Briefly

Business profile
Title and firm: owner, Archery Outfitters

Weak Yukon-Kuskokwim salmon runs hurting more than fishermen
BETHEL -- The effect of disastrously weak salmon runs in the Yukon-Kuskokwim River Delta and Norton Sound areas is stretching beyond commercial fishermen.

Weak Yukon-Kuskokwim salmon runs hurting more than fishermen
BETHEL -- The effect of disastrously weak salmon runs in the Yukon-Kuskokwim River Delta and Norton Sound areas is stretching beyond commercial fishermen.

Around the clock
If you can make it in Alaska, you can make it anywhere.

Drink your veggies?
The Great Land Wines cellar reads like a grocery list: onion, carrot, beet, potato, rhubarb, blueberry, strawberry, cherry, high bush cranberry.

BP Amoco's quarterly profit more than doubles
LONDON - BP Amoco PLC posted a 164 percent jump in its second-quarter profit Tuesday, thanks to higher oil and gas prices, better refining margins and continued cost savings.

BP Amoco's quarterly profit more than doubles
LONDON - BP Amoco PLC posted a 164 percent jump in its second-quarter profit Tuesday, thanks to higher oil and gas prices, better refining margins and continued cost savings.

Nine new planets boost potential for life outside universe
LONDON - Scientists trying to connect the dots that make up the universe filled in key pieces of the puzzle Monday, announcing the discovery of nine new planets that orbit stars outside our solar system.

Nine new planets boost potential for life outside universe
LONDON - Scientists trying to connect the dots that make up the universe filled in key pieces of the puzzle Monday, announcing the discovery of nine new planets that orbit stars outside our solar system.

Around town

Obituaries
ROY RENGERT, MARGUERITE SCOTT

Around town

Obituaries
ROY RENGERT, MARGUERITE SCOTT

Around town

Around town

Obituary
CHRISTINE BRODERSEN

Obituary
CHRISTINE BRODERSEN

Publisher of Empire leaves for promotion
Empire publisher promoted to GM role at Nebraska paper

State short on dentists for poor
When the state started a program called Denali KidCare last year, money began flowing for 11,000 more children to see dentists. But finding the dentists to see them has been a problem in parts of the state.

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

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

Geographer: Research shows Brits reached Southeast Alaska first
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - A Canadian researcher says he has proof a famed British explorer made a secret mission into Southeast Alaska more than 400 years ago.

Correction
In the Sunday Empire article on the repatriation of Angoon artifacts, there were several reporter errors. Joe Bennett Sr. should have been identified as chief of the Deisheetan Raven House, the hos

Flu shots may limited due to vaccine shortage
State health officials are warning of the likelihood of a flu vaccine shortage this winter and are urging shots be given only to those at high risk of complications from the disease.

Crash report places blame
Pilot Nigel Cook lied to get a job at Coastal Helicopters, then died trying to keep it.

Fuel leaks from pipeline
ANCHORAGE - An abandoned underground pipeline may have leaked up to 80,000 gallons of jet fuel in an Anchorage neighborhood, according to state environmental officials.

Man found after blaze scorches boat
The owner of the pleasure craft that burned to the waterline Monday night at Swanson Harbor has been found uninjured.

Carry-on snakes wiggle free on airplane
ANCHORAGE -- A Seattle-bound airliner considered an unscheduled stop in Juneau last week after a couple of loose snakes were found aboard the aircraft.

Senate to hear locals testify on Glacier Bay fishing, mining
Restrictions on commercial fishing in Glacier Bay, a related compensation program and a mineral deposit under a glacier will be the subjects of a U.S. Senate hearing this week in Juneau.

Catholic bishop in Fairbanks dies at 65
ANCHORAGE -- The bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Fairbanks died of an apparent heart attack Sunday, minutes before he was to celebrate a confirmation Mass in the western Alaska village of Emmonak.

Kayaker found in Fords Terror
A missing Juneau kayaker was found in Endicott Arm about 8 a.m. today by the U.S. Coast Guard.

Third refinery may be built in North Pole
FAIRBANKS -- North Pole, near Fairbanks, may get a third refinery.

Locals perform with Up With People
Two other Juneau residents will be part of the World Youth Day celebrations in Rome -- but they'll be performing.

Demers alters his plea
Jim Demers, a former Juneau Assembly candidate, will not contest criminal charges that he stole thousands of dollars from the Alaska Folk Festival and falsified the nonprofit group's books.

Road, ferry go on ballot
Juneau voters will tell city leaders this fall whether they want a road out of Juneau or enhanced ferry service.

Around the state

Publisher of Empire leaves for promotion
Empire publisher promoted to GM role at Nebraska paper

Flu shots may limited due to vaccine shortage
State health officials are warning of the likelihood of a flu vaccine shortage this winter and are urging shots be given only to those at high risk of complications from the disease.

Juneau discovery leads to spot on television show
Related acts of honesty are bringing two Juneau families national publicity.

Demers alters his plea
Jim Demers, a former Juneau Assembly candidate, will not contest criminal charges that he stole thousands of dollars from the Alaska Folk Festival and falsified the nonprofit group's books.

Around the state

25 Juneau teens head to Rome to see pope, Turin shroud
Twenty-five Juneau youths will be in Rome next week when Pope John Paul II welcomes 2 million Catholic teen-agers from around the world to the World Youth Day celebrations.

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

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

Correction
In the Sunday Empire article on the repatriation of Angoon artifacts, there were several reporter errors. Joe Bennett Sr. should have been identified as chief of the Deisheetan Raven House, the hos

Around the state

Crash report places blame
Pilot Nigel Cook lied to get a job at Coastal Helicopters, then died trying to keep it.

Juneau discovery leads to spot on television show
Related acts of honesty are bringing two Juneau families national publicity.

Man found after blaze scorches boat
The owner of the pleasure craft that burned to the waterline Monday night at Swanson Harbor has been found uninjured.

Fuel leaks from pipeline
ANCHORAGE - An abandoned underground pipeline may have leaked up to 80,000 gallons of jet fuel in an Anchorage neighborhood, according to state environmental officials.

Senate to hear locals testify on Glacier Bay fishing, mining
Restrictions on commercial fishing in Glacier Bay, a related compensation program and a mineral deposit under a glacier will be the subjects of a U.S. Senate hearing this week in Juneau.

State short on dentists for poor
When the state started a program called Denali KidCare last year, money began flowing for 11,000 more children to see dentists. But finding the dentists to see them has been a problem in parts of the state.

Kayaker found in Fords Terror
A missing Juneau kayaker was found in Endicott Arm about 8 a.m. today by the U.S. Coast Guard.

Geographer: Research shows Brits reached Southeast Alaska first
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - A Canadian researcher says he has proof a famed British explorer made a secret mission into Southeast Alaska more than 400 years ago.

Locals perform with Up With People
Two other Juneau residents will be part of the World Youth Day celebrations in Rome -- but they'll be performing.

Catholic bishop in Fairbanks dies at 65
ANCHORAGE -- The bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Fairbanks died of an apparent heart attack Sunday, minutes before he was to celebrate a confirmation Mass in the western Alaska village of Emmonak.

Road, ferry go on ballot
Juneau voters will tell city leaders this fall whether they want a road out of Juneau or enhanced ferry service.

Third refinery may be built in North Pole
FAIRBANKS -- North Pole, near Fairbanks, may get a third refinery.

Carry-on snakes wiggle free on airplane
ANCHORAGE -- A Seattle-bound airliner considered an unscheduled stop in Juneau last week after a couple of loose snakes were found aboard the aircraft.

25 Juneau teens head to Rome to see pope, Turin shroud
Twenty-five Juneau youths will be in Rome next week when Pope John Paul II welcomes 2 million Catholic teen-agers from around the world to the World Youth Day celebrations.

Around the state

Group opposes ethanol plant
Value-added. It seems like everything is value-added now. Sealaska Corp. wants to take Tongass old-growth and make ethanol out of it. Guess what they're calling it? You got it. Value-added.

Why's a girl like her in a place like that?
It's not true tha

Conservation bill could give Alaska $2.5 billion
Erosion threatens the very existence of the village of Shishmaref. Waves, wind and ice ha

Word of mouth

No Word of Mouth today

Keeping fat cats behind the scenes
Now that it'

Student loans must be paid back
The following editorial appeared in the Aug. 3 edition of the Anchorage Daily News:

Both VP picks sound; let's focus on the race
Regardless of what one may think about the experience, health or conservatism o

Group opposes ethanol plant
Value-added. It seems like everything is value-added now. Sealaska Corp. wants to take Tongass old-growth and make ethanol out of it. Guess what they're calling it? You got it. Value-added.

Word of mouth

Student loans must be paid back
The following editorial appeared in the Aug. 3 edition of the Anchorage Daily News:

Why's a girl like her in a place like that?
It's not true tha

Conservation bill could give Alaska $2.5 billion
Erosion threatens the very existence of the village of Shishmaref. Waves, wind and ice ha

Keeping fat cats behind the scenes
Now that it'

Flightseeing routes questioned
Why do flightseeing helicopters need to fly down the channel or over residential areas at all?

Both VP picks sound; let's focus on the race
Regardless of what one may think about the experience, health or conservatism o

No Word of Mouth today

Flightseeing routes questioned
Why do flightseeing helicopters need to fly down the channel or over residential areas at all?

Conway's team falls at series
Former Juneau-Douglas High baseball player Rob Conway hit 2-for-4 and scored a run, but his team the Nevada (Mo.) Griffons fell 7-4 to the San Francisco Seals at the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan., Sunday.

Oilers stay alive with comeback
The Kenai Peninsula Oilers were just three outs away from being eliminated at the National Baseball Congress World Series, but the Oilers erupted for 13 runs in the ninth and 10th innings to claim an 18-9 victory over Prairie Gravel of Illinois in a losers' bracket game Monday in Wichita, Kan.

Conway's team falls at series
Former Juneau-Douglas High baseball player Rob Conway hit 2-for-4 and scored a run, but his team the Nevada (Mo.) Griffons fell 7-4 to the San Francisco Seals at the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan., Sunday.

Van Dyken makes swimming comeback bid

Van Dyken makes swimming comeback bid

Oilers stay alive with comeback
The Kenai Peninsula Oilers were just three outs away from being eliminated at the National Baseball Congress World Series, but the Oilers erupted for 13 runs in the ninth and 10th innings to claim an 18-9 victory over Prairie Gravel of Illinois in a losers' bracket game Monday in Wichita, Kan.

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