Sunday, December 17, 2000

Smith, Soto guilty
A jury of seven men and five women returned a verdict of guilty on all counts Friday afternoon in the murder trial of Ronald E. Smith and Rey Joel Soto.

Smith, Soto guilty
A jury of seven men and five women returned a verdict of guilty on all counts Friday afternoon in the murder trial of Ronald E. Smith and Rey Joel Soto.

Cruise ship waste bill passes Congress
Congress has given final approval to a bill regulating the cruise ship industry that is regarded by environmentalists as a milestone in curbing pollution in the waters of Southeast Alaska.

Cruise ship waste bill passes Congress
Congress has given final approval to a bill regulating the cruise ship industry that is regarded by environmentalists as a milestone in curbing pollution in the waters of Southeast Alaska.

Battling Mortgage Blues
Whether it's buying a home or renting, Juneau is one of the most expensive places in Alaska to put a roof over your head.

Apartment renovation to bring housing relief
After a year and a half off the market, the MacKinnon Apartments should be available to rent by mid-January.

Apartment renovation to bring housing relief
After a year and a half off the market, the MacKinnon Apartments should be available to rent by mid-January.

Battling Mortgage Blues
Whether it's buying a home or renting, Juneau is one of the most expensive places in Alaska to put a roof over your head.

Capital creep lives
Juneau is now the year-round home to only half of the state agency commissioners.

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

Briefly

Around Town
Today

Head-on crash
A Juneau Police Department officer looks at two cars involved in a collision that injured four people Friday afternoon on Egan Drive near the Douglas Bridge.

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

Briefly

Getting a Tlingit language lesson
When teacher Nancy Douglas talks to her students about "our clan," her hand gestures in a circle toward them.

Getting a Tlingit language lesson
When teacher Nancy Douglas talks to her students about "our clan," her hand gestures in a circle toward them.

Capital creep lives
Juneau is now the year-round home to only half of the state agency commissioners.

Head-on crash
A Juneau Police Department officer looks at two cars involved in a collision that injured four people Friday afternoon on Egan Drive near the Douglas Bridge.

Around Town
Today

My Turn: Better to rally supporters than insult them
Thankfully, Mark Farmer's letter is not indicative of the intellect of the entire Green Party. I too am worried about the environment and what the future now holds with Bush in office.

My Turn: Better to rally supporters than insult them
Thankfully, Mark Farmer's letter is not indicative of the intellect of the entire Green Party. I too am worried about the environment and what the future now holds with Bush in office.

A common sense ruling
With so many influential people involved in Juneau's noise mediation effort insisting that black was white and vice versa, it was comforting on Wednesday to see retired Alaska Supreme Court Justice Jay Rabinowitz rule in favor of common sense.

Out Of The Woods: The sweet and other dilemmas
Soon enough it'll be December 20-something, late in the day, you're tired and your list is still long. You feel like you were out here doing the same thing just a couple months ago.

Out Of The Woods: The sweet and other dilemmas
Soon enough it'll be December 20-something, late in the day, you're tired and your list is still long. You feel like you were out here doing the same thing just a couple months ago.

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.

Humor helps tame political beast
You've either got to laugh or cry. Laughing's better. That's one solution to the strong feelings stemming from the presidential election that almost wouldn't end.

A common sense ruling
With so many influential people involved in Juneau's noise mediation effort insisting that black was white and vice versa, it was comforting on Wednesday to see retired Alaska Supreme Court Justice Jay Rabinowitz rule in favor of common sense.

Humor helps tame political beast
You've either got to laugh or cry. Laughing's better. That's one solution to the strong feelings stemming from the presidential election that almost wouldn't end.

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.

Sports In Juneau
Sunday, Dec. 24

Sports In Juneau
Sunday, Dec. 24

Bradford sets NCAA record at No. 5 Illinois beats No. 7 Arizona
From the moment the first Arizona player went crashing to the floor, it was clear this was going to be No. 5 Illinois' game.

Bradford sets NCAA record at No. 5 Illinois beats No. 7 Arizona
From the moment the first Arizona player went crashing to the floor, it was clear this was going to be No. 5 Illinois' game.

Playing second fiddle at state
As the Juneau-Douglas High School wrestling team headed to the fall season state tournament this weekend in Kenai, the Crimson Bears were seeking redemption for losing the Region V championships to Ketchikan a week ago.

Playing second fiddle at state
As the Juneau-Douglas High School wrestling team headed to the fall season state tournament this weekend in Kenai, the Crimson Bears were seeking redemption for losing the Region V championships to Ketchikan a week ago.

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