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Tuesday, December 5, 2000

Season for art sales
Two of Juneau's biggest holiday social events also are among the best marketing tools for artisans and local businesses.

Business Profile

Juneau brewery to get $2 million upgrade
Alaskan Brewing Co. plans $2 million in improvements this winter.

Season for art sales
Two of Juneau's biggest holiday social events also are among the best marketing tools for artisans and local businesses.

Juneau brewery to get $2 million upgrade
Alaskan Brewing Co. plans $2 million in improvements this winter.

Business Profile

Around Town

Obituary

Around Town

Obituaries

Around Town

Around Town

Obituary

Obituaries

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Defense, D.A. present 2 views
Attorneys in the murder trial of Ronald Smith, 34, and Joel Rey Soto, 21, today presented diametrically opposed explanations of what happened on Village Street in the early morning hours of Jan. 25.

Murder trial to begin
Jury selection in the long-postponed murder trial of Ronald E. Smith and Rey Joel Soto began this morning in Juneau Superior Court. More than four dozen Juneau residents were summoned as potential jurors.

Police and Fire
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported...

Murder trial to begin
Jury selection in the long-postponed murder trial of Ronald E. Smith and Rey Joel Soto began this morning in Juneau Superior Court. More than four dozen Juneau residents were summoned as potential jurors.

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Police and Fire
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported...

Correction

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Braving the needle to fight the flu
For Beth McEwen, it came down to a choice between her hatred of needles and her fear of the flu.

Company aims to expand tours on trails
The summer tourist season is still six months away, but the battle over the commercial use of local trails already has begun.

Coach pleads no contest to hit-and-run charge
High school teacher and coach Guy Thibodeau pleaded no contest Monday afternoon to a misdemeanor charge of leaving an accident scene.

City ironing out details to secure funds for Duck Creek
Giving Duck Creek a transfusion of water from Nugget Creek is one of the sticking points to be worked out before the city agrees to a federal project to restore the Mendenhall Valley stream.

Gov. Knowles urges cruise bill passage before session's end
Gov. Tony Knowles has resumed his push for passage of cruise ship legislation in the lame duck session of Congress.

Company aims to expand tours on trails
The summer tourist season is still six months away, but the battle over the commercial use of local trails already has begun.

Gov. Knowles urges cruise bill passage before session's end
Gov. Tony Knowles has resumed his push for passage of cruise ship legislation in the lame duck session of Congress.

Doctor delays retirement to ensure care of patients
Dr. Henry Akiyama has postponed his December retirement apparently until he finds a qualified doctor to take over his large Juneau practice.

Coach pleads no contest to hit-and-run charge
High school teacher and coach Guy Thibodeau pleaded no contest Monday afternoon to a misdemeanor charge of leaving an accident scene.

City ironing out details to secure funds for Duck Creek
Giving Duck Creek a transfusion of water from Nugget Creek is one of the sticking points to be worked out before the city agrees to a federal project to restore the Mendenhall Valley stream.

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Police and Fire
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported...

Correction

Braving the needle to fight the flu
For Beth McEwen, it came down to a choice between her hatred of needles and her fear of the flu.

Defense, D.A. present 2 views
Attorneys in the murder trial of Ronald Smith, 34, and Joel Rey Soto, 21, today presented diametrically opposed explanations of what happened on Village Street in the early morning hours of Jan. 25.

Police and Fire
Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported...

Doctor delays retirement to ensure care of patients
Dr. Henry Akiyama has postponed his December retirement apparently until he finds a qualified doctor to take over his large Juneau practice.

Network irresponsibility
The following editorial appeared in today's Providence Journal: The multi-layered mess in Florida might have been avoided had the television networks not so disastrously inserted themselves into the process on Election Day.

Course to be built to exacting environmental standards
The saying "no good deed goes unpunished" finds a perfect example in the golf course proposed by Totem Creek, a non-profit corporation. Despite our good faith attempt to design the most environmentally sensitive course practical, our efforts have been portrayed quite to the contrary.

Word of Mouth
Word of Mouth gives readers a forum to express opinions on a variety of issues by telephone. Calls must be limited to one minute and we reserve the right to edit calls for clarity, length and libel. The number to call in 586-4636. Then press 8255 to leave your message.

Word of Mouth
Word of Mouth gives readers a forum to express opinions on a variety of issues by telephone. Calls must be limited to one minute and we reserve the right to edit calls for clarity, length and libel. The number to call in 586-4636. Then press 8255 to leave your message.

Protect a way of life
A couple of weeks ago I went to a slide show presentation about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The images, words and music were quite powerful. But are they powerful enough to convince a misinformed public that ANWR is not a national interest?

Network irresponsibility
The following editorial appeared in today's Providence Journal: The multi-layered mess in Florida might have been avoided had the television networks not so disastrously inserted themselves into the process on Election Day.

France vs. the Internet
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Providence Journal. Throughout history, distinct civilizations have constantly interacted, spreading ideas and inventions, some by force and some by trade. This ebb and flow let the best ideas spread, and civilizations advanced accordingly.

Gore showing his big spending ways
I wonder what it is costing Al Gore to pursue his litigation in Florida? And is he paying for it himself, or is this being paid by our taxes, or is the Democratic Campaign Fund paying for it, or...?

Voting problems in Florida this year were off the charts
A couple of local Republicans have written in to say that Al Gore should give it up. I've been trying to understand their viewpoint, which is so radically different than my own, and it dawned on me: from their perspective, Al Gore is just trying to find a few extra votes in a close election.

Protect a way of life
A couple of weeks ago I went to a slide show presentation about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The images, words and music were quite powerful. But are they powerful enough to convince a misinformed public that ANWR is not a national interest?

You have a right to know and be heard
Most Juneau folk would agree flightseeing noise is an issue of public concern. It affects some more than others. Some people benefit greatly from flightseeing, others pay the price.

You have a right to know and be heard
Most Juneau folk would agree flightseeing noise is an issue of public concern. It affects some more than others. Some people benefit greatly from flightseeing, others pay the price.

Gore showing his big spending ways
I wonder what it is costing Al Gore to pursue his litigation in Florida? And is he paying for it himself, or is this being paid by our taxes, or is the Democratic Campaign Fund paying for it, or...?

Course to be built to exacting environmental standards
The saying "no good deed goes unpunished" finds a perfect example in the golf course proposed by Totem Creek, a non-profit corporation. Despite our good faith attempt to design the most environmentally sensitive course practical, our efforts have been portrayed quite to the contrary.

Word of Mouth
I love the Christmas tree in the wetlands. Thank you to whoever gave this gift to Juneau.

Voting problems in Florida this year were off the charts
A couple of local Republicans have written in to say that Al Gore should give it up. I've been trying to understand their viewpoint, which is so radically different than my own, and it dawned on me: from their perspective, Al Gore is just trying to find a few extra votes in a close election.

How does lighthouse transfer benefit American taxpayers?
Last week in the Juneau Empire I read that after awarding the Alaska Lighthouse Association the Point Retreat Lighthouse, Sen. Ted Stevens is attempting to transfer ownership of that property to them.

How does lighthouse transfer benefit American taxpayers?
Last week in the Juneau Empire I read that after awarding the Alaska Lighthouse Association the Point Retreat Lighthouse, Sen. Ted Stevens is attempting to transfer ownership of that property to them.

France vs. the Internet
The following editorial appeared Friday in the Providence Journal. Throughout history, distinct civilizations have constantly interacted, spreading ideas and inventions, some by force and some by trade. This ebb and flow let the best ideas spread, and civilizations advanced accordingly.

Word of Mouth
I love the Christmas tree in the wetlands. Thank you to whoever gave this gift to Juneau.

Proposals would alter Alaska high school tournament alignment
ANCHORAGE -- Responding to a recent trend of school-generated realignment, the Alaska School Activities Association board has forwarded a proposal that could drastically reduce the number of schools competing in Class 4A and Class 3A.

Four Juneau wrestlers win titles in Sitka
Four Juneau-Douglas High School wrestlers claimed titles in their weight classes at the Geoff Brederman tournament at Sitka's Mount Edgecumbe High School.

Four Juneau wrestlers win titles in Sitka
Four Juneau-Douglas High School wrestlers claimed titles in their weight classes at the Geoff Brederman tournament at Sitka's Mount Edgecumbe High School.

Proposals would alter Alaska high school tournament alignment
ANCHORAGE -- Responding to a recent trend of school-generated realignment, the Alaska School Activities Association board has forwarded a proposal that could drastically reduce the number of schools competing in Class 4A and Class 3A.

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