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Possibilities and promise
for workers across the country
We asked several people across the country about their career-related plans for the new year. Here's what they said:
Five days a week?
Cry-baby and slacker are just a couple of the words respondents are using for Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.), according a poll by ThinkProgress.com, a project of the nonpartisan Center of American Progress Action Fund.
Treat same-sex partners equally
One step forward and two steps back. Equality is a sticky issue in this country, and I find it appalling that the newly elected governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, is unwilling to support same-sex benefits for citizens of Alaska.
Homosexuality isn't a choice
This is in regards to Douglas Grimm's ill-conceived and factually incorrect My Turn printed in Thursday's Juneau Empire.
Tree provided a little rest for the heart
As it has for many years, Hospice and Home Care of Juneau provided the "Light Up a Life" tree at the Nugget Mall this holiday season. The donations people make to place ornaments on the tree in memory of a deceased loved one or in honor of a living person, raise critical funds to support the hospice's important work.
New assemblywoman: Sara Chambers, top center, is all smiles along with Paulette Simpson and Assemblyman Merrill Sanford on Oct. 6 during the final counting of the absentee and questioned ballots at Assembly chambers.
November & December
Lawmaker arrested: Rep. Tom Anderson, R-Anchorage, top left, background, walks with his wife Rep. and Sen.-elect Lesil McGuire on Nov. 14 in Juneau. Anderson was arrested Dec. 7 on a federal bribery warrant.
Soldiers return: Sgt. Alden Balalong waves to friends as a crowd of hundreds welcomes back local U.S. Army National Guardsmen on Jan. 22 at the Juneau International Airport.
April & May
Roadless rally: Katie Peeler, 16, above right, holds up a "No Road" sign at the Capitol on April 28 during a rally against building a road north of Juneau.
Around Town is a listing of local nonprofit events.
Celebration 2006: Grand Entrance organizer Andy Ebona, above center, is surrounded by some of the 1,700 dancers participating in Celebration 2006. The biennial Native event kicked off June 1 in Juneau
Meth lab found: A narcotics enforcement officer is escorted by Juneau Police Officer Mark Patzke as he brings hazardous materials that were found Feb. 27 at Frontier Suites Airport Hotel.
2006 Year in Photos
For all of the highs and lows the city experienced, 2006 was a memorable year in Juneau. From the blaze that destroyed a historic church to FBI raids, several top news stories emerged from the capital this year.
Raid: FBI Special Agent Wade Dudley removes boxes from the office of Senate President Ben Stevens on Aug. 31, at the state Capitol in Juneau.
Summer in bloom: A song sparrow perches July 20 on fireweed beginning to bloom at the Brotherhood Bridge Park.
Stories in March: About 250 people, top left, march along Egan Drive during an event to mark the third anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq on March 19 in Juneau
Police & Fire
Reports from Juneau police, fire and state officials.
Juneau woman helped pioneer benefits law
The Capitol was almost deserted as members of the Legislature struggled through an early November snowstorm to convene a special session.
Debating the issues: Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho, left, answers a question during a debate with candidate Brad Fluetsch before a meeting of the Retired Public Employees of Alaska on Sept. 7 at the Prospector Hotel. Botelho went on to win re-election in October.
Can't remain silent about bigotry
I was not sure how to respond to Douglas Grimm's My Turn about same-sex benefits, which appeared in Thursday's Juneau Empire. As a matter of fact, I thought that I would let it pass based solely on its absurdity alone.
Alaska editorial: Don't change constitution to negate same-sex benefits
The Alaska Supreme Court has ended the debate - for now - on whether public employees with same-sex domestic partners will receive health insurance benefits at work. The Dec. 19 ruling said yes, the state must comply with the court order and provide benefits starting Jan. 1.
Alaska students learn ins, outs of harvesting a moose
For one snowy day earlier this month, a group of eight Kenai and Soldotna area teenagers abandoned modern life to toil away at a warm moose carcass, tugging and slicing its flesh into pieces to take home and eat.
Waterfowl season comes to a close
Will Geiger and about 500 others hunted waterfowl in the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge this season. It ended Dec. 16 with a bang.
Out & About
Out & About is a listing of recreational activities.
Outsiders: Patrick VanPool
Outsiders is a weekly profile in the Juneau Empire's Outdoors section.
Snowboarders, skiers add kites for thrill
Richelle and Bryan Kemper were on their way to Alyeska for some simple, old-fashioned snowboarding Dec. 10 but took a detour to Kincaid Park to learn about adding a kite to the sport.
Crimson Bears fall to Rebels 71-53
A.B. Miller outscored Juneau-Douglas by 14 points in the second half to capture the Capital City Classic boys basketball title on Saturday.
Sports in Juneau
Sports in Juneau is a service provided by the Juneau Empire to provide information on upcoming sports and outdoors events in Juneau.
Women of Troy upend Juneau in Classic final
The Troy High School girls basketball team completed its Alaska adventure with its perfect record intact.
Bid not met for jet
Bidders in an online auction failed to meet the minimum bid for selling Alaska's state jet.
This Day in History
In Alaska, the Nation and the World
Top news stories touched all corners of Alaska
You didn't have to actually live in Alaska to know what was news in 2006.
Today is the enrollment deadline for Medicare recipients, including people 65 and older than who do not currently have a Medicare PDP or what government administrators regard as creditable coverage.
Photo: Listing ship one of year's top stories
The tug Emma Foss cruises by the capsized car carrier Cougar Ace on July. 31 off of the coast the Aleutian Islands. The capsizing of the carrier was selected by the Associated Press as one of the top stories in Alaska in 2006.