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...destroyed the Father Duncan Memorial Church in Metlakatla. It was one of the largest churches in Alaska. In 1973, a federal district judge released $130 million, the first cash payment under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and ordered hearings...

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This Day in History

...destroyed the Father Duncan Memorial Church in Metlakatla. It was one of the largest churches in Alaska. In 1973, a federal district judge released $130 million, the first cash payment under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and ordered hearings...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/121903/sta_dih.shtml
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This Day in History

...1960, a fire destroyed the Lowe Trading Post in Dillingham, with damage estimated at $200,000. In 1973, a federal district judge released $130 million, the first cash payment under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and ordered hearings...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/121907/sta_20071219027.shtml
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Weyhrauch trial delayed

...That ruling involved legislative conflict of interest rules and was so important to prosecutors that they asked Federal District Judge John Sedwick to split the trial of the Juneau Republican from that of co-defendant Pete Kott, a former Republican...

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This Day in History

...destroyed the Father Duncan Memorial Church in Metlakatla. It was one of the largest churches in Alaska. In 1973, a federal district judge released $130 million, the first cash payment under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, and ordered hearings...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/121906/sta_20061219005.shtml
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Trial set in dispute between author, Atwood

...distributing a book about her father, who was one of the architects of Alaska statehood and an oil millionaire. Federal District Judge Russel Holland issued an order Tuesday continuing the stay that prohibits Strohmeyer from distributing the 3...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062799/Loc_atwood.html
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Kott cites good works, seeks short sentence

...at "Mr. Kott is not a typical bribe taker," said James Wendt, Kott's attorney, in a court filing urging federal District Judge John Sedwick to go easy on his client. The former Eagle River representative, now a Juneau resident, was convicted...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/120507/sta_20071205030.shtml
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Fair doesn't mean equal time

...by his own statistics, misleading. Secondly, the question of this 49 percent minority is irrelevant. As Federal District Judge William Overton of Little Rock, Ark., stated in striking down the Arkansas "Balanced Treatment" Act 590 of...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081805/let_20050818005.shtml
Opinion
Anchorage Sheraton loses case against NLRB

...insurance benefits. In its petition, Remington Lodging accused the NLRB of unfairly siding with the union. But federal District Judge Tim Burgess signed an order Thursday dismissing Remington's case, saying that he did not have jurisdiction...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/103110/reg_728795572.shtml
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...distributing a book about her father, who was one of the architects of Alaska statehood and an oil millionaire. Federal District Judge Russel Holland issued an order Tuesday continuing the stay that prohibits Strohmeyer from distributing the 3...

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