My Turn: Assembly must think differently to dodge pool closure

Juneau's city manager has proposed closing the downtown swimming pool to trim $250,000 from the fiscal year 2015 budget and $500,000 in FY16.
Bicyclist and car collide in Valley

...City Fire and Rescue responded to the scene.The bicyclist was a 56-year-old male Juneau resident. The vehicle was a 2004 Dodge Durango, driven by a 22-year-old female Juneau resident. Preliminary investigation showed the bicyclist was intoxicated...
Police & Fire for Tuesday, March 18, 2014

...JPD responded to a two-vehicle crash in the 4000 block of North Douglas Highway. A 50-year-old man operating a 2004 Dodge Dakota was traveling inbound on the highway when he lost control of his vehicle due to extremely slippery road conditions. A...
Police & Fire for Sunday, March 16, 2014

...At 9:08 a.m. Thursday, JPD received a report that shortly after midnight on March 11, an unknown person entered a 2004 Dodge Ram and stole a black Docker's wallet containing $10 cash, a debit card and various ID cards belonging to a 19-year-old...
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Congress dodges world poverty aid

Last year the world's rich countries promised to do something about the debt burden that entrenches poverty in large parts of the world. Developing countries were asked to present ideas on how they would use the resources freed by debt relief to reduce poverty; creditors said they would find the money to make debt write-offs possible.
Cheney dodges 2012 GOP presidential speculation

WASHINGTON - Former Vice President Dick Cheney is declining to say who's out front in the 2012 Republican presidential sweepstakes, but says he'll be happy to participate in the process.
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Empire editorial: Juneau dodges capital move, confirms leaders new and old

Congratulations to the winners in yesterday's election. Beth Kerttula, Bruce Weyhrauch, Kim Elton and Frank Murkowski won their respective races fair and square. Fran Ulmer, as predicted, won in Juneau and can take pride in the valiant fight she conducted in her quest for the governor's office.
IPAB set up to make hard choices Congress dodges

WASHINGTON - Ordinarily, tea party conservatives would be wary of power-grabbing elected politicians making momentous decisions on complicated matters that ought to be the prerogative of the very finest experts the nation can muster. And especially so, when it comes to issues that can affect the healthy lifestyle - and, perhaps even the life - of every American visiting a doctor's office or checking into a hospital.
Citizen doesn't want his vote canceled

...want to say that I don't want to have my vote canceled out by an illegal. I don't care how many "vigilantes" the alien dodges to get here. Enforce the law, and if anything, make all who show up at the polls show some identification. Sound off on...


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