Tuesday, December 26, 2000

Business Profile
Title and firm: Terry Dunlap, Southeast region manager for GCI

Local Business Briefs
Juneau company called 'outstanding'

Catering convenience
The holidays often are spent rushing from one company party or neighborhood get-together to another

Conflicting data confuses sockeye salmon forecast
Two conflicting sets of data have muddied the Cook Inlet sockeye salmon forecast for next year.

Conflicting data confuses sockeye salmon forecast
Two conflicting sets of data have muddied the Cook Inlet sockeye salmon forecast for next year.

Business Profile
Title and firm: Terry Dunlap, Southeast region manager for GCI

On The Move
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On The Move
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Catering convenience
The holidays often are spent rushing from one company party or neighborhood get-together to another

Local Business Briefs
Juneau company called 'outstanding'

Local Native leader may get Bush post
Longtime Native leader Ed Thomas of Juneau is under consideration for the top job on Indian issues in the Bush administration.

Wastewater manager indicted
Andrew Bronson, wastewater utility superintendent for the city of Juneau, has been indicted by a grand jury on two felony counts of violating the Clean Water Act.

Local Native leader may get Bush post
Longtime Native leader Ed Thomas of Juneau is under consideration for the top job on Indian issues in the Bush administration.

Wastewater manager indicted
Andrew Bronson, wastewater utility superintendent for the city of Juneau, has been indicted by a grand jury on two felony counts of violating the Clean Water Act.

Fuel seeps into walls of Court Plaza Building
The diesel that seeped into the state-owned Court Plaza Building nine days ago was so invasive, crews might have to take down the exterior paneling on the west wall to clean the mess.

Fuel seeps into walls of Court Plaza Building
The diesel that seeped into the state-owned Court Plaza Building nine days ago was so invasive, crews might have to take down the exterior paneling on the west wall to clean the mess.

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

Making art from fur, feathers and floss
Trevor Gong takes a few snips of exotic peacock feathers and golden pheasant crest, silver tinsel and bright silk floss and goes to work on a vintage Atlantic salmon fly pattern. Eight hours later, he's still bent over his vise, getting the wings right.

Around Town

Making art from fur, feathers and floss
Trevor Gong takes a few snips of exotic peacock feathers and golden pheasant crest, silver tinsel and bright silk floss and goes to work on a vintage Atlantic salmon fly pattern. Eight hours later, he's still bent over his vise, getting the wings right.

Three ferries out of service for maintence
Three vessels from the Alaska MArine Highway System fleet are undergoing long-term maintence this winter.

Three ferries out of service for maintence
Three vessels from the Alaska MArine Highway System fleet are undergoing long-term maintence this winter.

Around Town

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

Sea lions and the $1 billion fishery
The congressional showdown over new protection measures for the endangered sea lion of western Alaska ended about as well as could be expected. Conservationists, some fishing interests and Sen. Ted Stevens all claimed a degree of satisfaction.

Sea lions and the $1 billion fishery
The congressional showdown over new protection measures for the endangered sea lion of western Alaska ended about as well as could be expected. Conservationists, some fishing interests and Sen. Ted Stevens all claimed a degree of satisfaction.

Sports in Juneau
Wednesday, Dec. 27

Juneau hosts Capital City Classic
When the Capital City Classic high school basketball tournament opens Wednesday, both the Juneau-Douglas boys and girls teams will be at a slight disadvantage.

Juneau hosts Capital City Classic
When the Capital City Classic high school basketball tournament opens Wednesday, both the Juneau-Douglas boys and girls teams will be at a slight disadvantage.

Sports in Juneau
Wednesday, Dec. 27

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