Tuesday, September 5, 2000

AROUND THE CLOCK
Gottschalks opened 27 stores last week. Alas, Juneau's wasn't one of them.

Kootznoowoo turns losses to profits
The red ink has turned to black at Kootznoowoo Inc. But the turnaround has come at a cost of some jobs in Southeast.

Old kind of tattoo new to Juneau
With a surgeon's precision, Jessica Albritton detailed a curved line as her grapevine design crept up Kate McPherson's left hand.

Briefly

Briefly

AROUND THE CLOCK
Gottschalks opened 27 stores last week. Alas, Juneau's wasn't one of them.

Kootznoowoo turns losses to profits
The red ink has turned to black at Kootznoowoo Inc. But the turnaround has come at a cost of some jobs in Southeast.

Old kind of tattoo new to Juneau
With a surgeon's precision, Jessica Albritton detailed a curved line as her grapevine design crept up Kate McPherson's left hand.

Business Profile

Business Profile

Breaking News
WASHINGTON - The Agriculture Department sparred Tuesday with representatives of its meat inspectors over whether a new system for overseeing packing plants has improved the safety of beef, pork and poultry.

Breaking News
WASHINGTON - The Agriculture Department sparred Tuesday with representatives of its meat inspectors over whether a new system for overseeing packing plants has improved the safety of beef, pork and poultry.

AROUND TOWN

AROUND TOWN

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Ship regs tough enough?
A national review of cruise ship waste-handling practices includes a public hearing in Juneau on Friday.

From Tlingit to Cree
Sunday's opening of Gathering of Tribes Pow-Wow 2000 began with the fall of an eagle feather.

From Tlingit to Cree
Sunday's opening of Gathering of Tribes Pow-Wow 2000 began with the fall of an eagle feather.

Labor Day deluge caps summer that's second coolest on record
If August seemed a bit wetter than normal, it was.

POLICE AND FIRE
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported:

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Bear season may shrink in Southeast under proposal
The state wants to shorten some bear hunting seasons in Southeast, especially for nonresidents, but it would allow more hunting of elk, moose, beaver and wolves in selected areas if the state Board of Game agrees.

Ship regs tough enough?
A national review of cruise ship waste-handling practices includes a public hearing in Juneau on Friday.

Labor Day deluge caps summer that's second coolest on record
If August seemed a bit wetter than normal, it was.

Bear shot in tussle Correction 9/6/00
Increasingly aggressive in their pursuit of food, bears ended up in entryways, kitchens and dead this weekend.

Bear shot in tussle Correction 9/6/00
Increasingly aggressive in their pursuit of food, bears ended up in entryways, kitchens and dead this weekend.

Bear season may shrink in Southeast under proposal
The state wants to shorten some bear hunting seasons in Southeast, especially for nonresidents, but it would allow more hunting of elk, moose, beaver and wolves in selected areas if the state Board of Game agrees.

POLICE AND FIRE
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported:

Children of war lack future without education
Millions of American parents and children are winding up the last days of summer vacations -- camp, back yard barbecues, baseball, long days at the beach. However, for millions of refugee children around the world, a forced "summer vacation" from school carries the threat of becoming a permanent vacation.

Drug firms have strange marketing strategies
Just imagine if General Motors or Ford aired expensive TV commercials which contained lines such as, "In some cases our cars may explode, fail to start, veer off cliffs, catch on fire or stall in the left lane of the FDR Drive."

Drug firms have strange marketing strategies
Just imagine if General Motors or Ford aired expensive TV commercials which contained lines such as, "In some cases our cars may explode, fail to start, veer off cliffs, catch on fire or stall in the left lane of the FDR Drive."

Word of Mouth

Children of war lack future without education
Millions of American parents and children are winding up the last days of summer vacations -- camp, back yard barbecues, baseball, long days at the beach. However, for millions of refugee children around the world, a forced "summer vacation" from school carries the threat of becoming a permanent vacation.

Word of Mouth

Missile defense system design should start now
The following editorial appeared in Saturday's edition of the Voice of the (Anchorage) Times: Bill Clinton says wait. Frank Murkowski says let's at least get started. Bill Cohen says we'll keep testing.

Missile defense system design should start now
The following editorial appeared in Saturday's edition of the Voice of the (Anchorage) Times: Bill Clinton says wait. Frank Murkowski says let's at least get started. Bill Cohen says we'll keep testing.

Juneau finishes with 9-4 record at Jamboree
The Juneau-Douglas High volleyball team finished with a 9-4 record during the 2000 Southeast Jamboree at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School last weekend.

Juneau boys win Haines X-C meet
Wesley Brooks and Brian Nowlin finished 1-2 at a cross-country meet in Haines Saturday to give Juneau-Douglas a win against teams from Haines, Petersburg, Skagway and Mount Edgecumbe.

Juneau finishes with 9-4 record at Jamboree
The Juneau-Douglas High volleyball team finished with a 9-4 record during the 2000 Southeast Jamboree at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School last weekend.

Juneau boys win Haines X-C meet
Wesley Brooks and Brian Nowlin finished 1-2 at a cross-country meet in Haines Saturday to give Juneau-Douglas a win against teams from Haines, Petersburg, Skagway and Mount Edgecumbe.

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