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A conversation with 'Mr. Right'

...myself. But if I could get away with saying that, I would be cool with that. The guy who said that wasn't my manager at the time, he was my friend, but now he's my manager. But yeah, Charles Bukowski is probably my favorite writer of all...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010710/art_543850687.shtml
Nature lectures kick off again this fall at UAS

Gain insights into nature this fall as Wildlife Wednesday's kicks off again at the University of Alaska Southeast. The monthly series follows the trend set last year as local professionals share insights into everything from what caused recent flooding on the Mendenhall River, to storytelling photographs highlighting moments in the wild. The series will kick off at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 7, in the Glacier View Room at the University of Alaska Southeast with a lecture titled "The Mendenhall Flood! What Happened, Why, and What's Next."

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2011-08-25/nature-lectures-kick-again-fall-uas
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State Briefs

...improperly record hours to cheat the city." His testimony contradicted that of the man who was Seward's deputy city manager at the time. Last week, Darryl Schaefermeyer said on the stand that he and other employees under-recorded hundreds of hours...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071002/sta_stbriefs.shtml
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Angoon hydro project hits hurdles

...sum to do engineering work, but few results came from the arrangement, Metcalfe said. Kootznoowoo's general manager at the time, Bob Manning, then died suddenly, leaving the corporation open for a change in direction, he explained. Within...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071107/sta_angoon001.shtml
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Kmart closing all of its Alaska stores

...120,000-square-foot store as Big Kmart, known as "Big K," increasing its selection of food items. Store managers at the time said they employed about 130 people. Big Kmart in Juneau further expanded its food selection to become a full-service...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011403/sta_kmart.shtml
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Airport asks for $300,000 piece of cruise tax

After missing out on eight years of head tax collected on cruise ship passengers, the Juneau International Airport wants its share of the pie.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041008/loc_267165111.shtml
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