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Police & Fire for Friday, July 28, 2014

...37-year-old male, struck a 2002 Subaru Legacy, driven by a 17-year-old male. The 37-year-old, Ronald Dean Williams, was cited and released for driving without a license and his vehicle was impounded.? At 4:16 p.m. Friday...
CCFR Special Teams captain retires

...death.As Reifenstein was on Basin Road, binoculars in hand and an Alaska State Trooper by his side, he ran into Dean Williams, a longtime Juneau resident and respected skier who passed away in December 2012 at the age of 95. Williams used...
A good story is worth it, don't miss your chance

...hear his stories. I think Amy, Arts editor, must have felt similarly when, after interviewing and writing about Dean Williams, he died not long thereafter. It makes me want to grab anyone with gray hair on the street and say, "Tell me your...
Dean Williams suggests donations to Southeast Alaska Independent Living (S.A.I.L., 3225 Hospital Dr., Juneau, AK 99801 or online at gathering in celebration of the life of Dean Williams will be held at a later date.
Photo: Ice rink transformed

Dean Williams returns a forehand to Brian Lupro while taking advantage Monday of the new tennis court at the Treadwell Arena. The arena has been converted from an ice rink for the summer and is open for tennis, basketball, inline skating and inline hockey. | | |
No relief in sight

...time. We see and hear lip service that some relief via state and federal people could be coming but that just isn't going to happen in our lifetime. Pharmacy people will make sure of this with their powerful lobby. Dean Williams Juneau
Juneau's Williams competes at national tourney

JUNEAU - Dean Williams of Juneau recently returned from the United States Tennis Association's National Senior Indoor Championships in Vancouver, Wash...
Playing on the courts of youth

...once did, but that doesn't stop 87-year-old Dean Williams from blistering backhands on the tennis court., especially with someone as competitive as Dean." Williams earned eight tennis medals while competiting in the...
Raising questions about road costs

Dean Williams raises a valid question about the snow sheds (May16) as he wonders if the Department of Transportation prefers to exclude them...
Value of convenient travel is incalculable in their establishments under Alternative 2B. Interestingly enough, in the same May 16 issue, another writer (Dean Williams, "Safety is primary, if we build the road") proposes traversing the snow slide gulches via snow sheds for safety...


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