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.
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Brian Jones, assistant water operator for the city, holds a bag of sodium fluoride on March 23, shortly after the city resumed fluoridation of the water system after fixing a pump failure that had shut it down the year before. Critics of water fluoridation successfully lobbied the Assembly to discontinue the program in November.
A view from the top of the Mendenhall Apartments shows the remains of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, McPhetres Hall and the home on Gold Street, which were destroyed in a blaze on March 12. The church was built in 1896 and was the second oldest church structure in town. It was registered as a National Historical Landmark.
Rachelle Waterman, embraces her father, Carl "Doc" Waterman, on March 3 outside Lemon Creek Correctional Center. Rachelle was released on bail after being in prison since November 2004. Citing possible coercion on the part of the state, a Superior Court judge threw out the grand jury indictment against Rachelle Waterman.
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