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Getting a rush from those golden days

...of children signed up for the competitions rose sharply as a result. Big load: Judge Orval Lancour, left, watches Jim Newton during the 12B Overshot Mucking competition. MICHAEL PENN / THE JUNEAU EMPIRE Perhaps the biggest change was the sunny...

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Dozens of winners at 12th Gold Rush Days

...Driving: 1. Mary Hertz-Ake; 2. Alea Oien; 3. Sonie Blackwell. Team Drilling: 1. Jim Smith, Tom Thompson; 2. Jim Newton, Kirk Ziegenfuss; 3. Michael Martin, Albert Morrison. Horseshoe Doubles: 1. Gale Good, Kim Custer; 2. Betty...

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Winners of events from Gold Rush Days 2000

...Children's Spike Driving; Christopher Hawley, Zachery Starbard, Brandt Apiki. Team Drilling; Dan Clark and Dennis Clark, Jim Newton and Kirk ``Ziggy'' Ziegenfuss, Darin ``Dag'' Canning and Willie Louie. Tree Topping; Ed Smith, Cal Richert...

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...Driving: 1. Mary Hertz-Ake; 2. Alea Oien; 3. Sonie Blackwell. Team Drilling: 1. Jim Smith, Tom Thompson; 2. Jim Newton, Kirk Ziegenfuss; 3. Michael Martin, Albert Morrison. Horseshoe Doubles: 1. Gale Good, Kim Custer; 2. Betty...

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Dozens of winners at 12th Gold Rush Days

...Driving: 1. Mary Hertz-Ake; 2. Alea Oien; 3. Sonie Blackwell. Team Drilling: 1. Jim Smith, Tom Thompson; 2. Jim Newton, Kirk Ziegenfuss; 3. Michael Martin, Albert Morrison. Horseshoe Doubles: 1. Gale Good, Kim Custer; 2. Betty...

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Today's politicians could learn from Eisenhower

When Dwight D. Eisenhower was elected president in 1952, he came to office convinced that among the obligations he assumed was that of calming the nation. His predecessors, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman, had governed through a series of crises and calamities - World War II, the Berlin Crisis, the Soviet atomic bomb, the Korean War, the 1952 steel strike - and Ike believed that Washington's fixation with crisis was unsettling to the American people and destabilizing to the economy.

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