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Kerry talks tech as a solution to climate change woes

In a half-hour talk with Alaska newspaper reporters Sunday evening, Secretary of State John Kerry put forward a technology-focused view of fighting climate change that is expected...
Photo: Exploring the newspaper biz

"Reporters" Madeline McCowan, left, and Rachel Wood, both 9, work on their stories as Marjorie Hamburger, of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, helps other students make photographs for the Juneau Explorers newspaper on Thursday. The museum partnered with the Juneau Empire to teach the students, ages 6 to 9, on what it takes to put together a newspaper.
Time to spend a free day at the pool

...locals can challenge All-State swimmers such as Dakota Isaak, Ciera Kelly or Kenny Fox; or if you swim like some newspaper reporters, you can strap on the floaties and putter about in the spirit of good competition."With the three free sessions...
Anchorage family clings to hope murder will be solved

...person who did this,' " he said.That flicker of possibility is why Connolly again sat down last week with a newspaper reporter - something she has done roughly once a decade since 1978 - and discuss the facts of the case. Maybe someone will...
Penn's top picks

...higher storytelling level."A grammar-inspired metaphor seems apt for Penn, who has been working alongside newspaper reporters for the past four decades, two of them in Juneau. Penn defines himself first and foremost as a journalist, and...
Accumulated Fragments: Histories entwined: A ship, her origins and her adventures on behalf of the Government of the United States". Thus, ended the ceremony; much to the disgust of the newspaper reporters who were present and expected a lengthy speech from both dignitaries to report to their papers.On May 30, 1868...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...sinking quickly reached Kodiak, a fishing community 250 miles southwest of Anchorage. Mark Buckley, a Kodiak newspaper reporter and commercial salmon fisherman, said Kinnear's father helped buy the Lin-J, which was built in Alabama in...
Cynical and moribund of Afghanistan? I was a boy in Anchorage on the occasion of the 1964 earthquake, and worked as an Anchorage newspaper reporter during initial construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Alaskans have demonstrated greatness in my lifetime...
A case that can affect local governments Oct. 1, 2001. A decision is expected in 2002. Judge Brown based his decision on a federal case denying a newspaper reporter access to internal memos in Quarles v. Department of the Navy , and on two state decisions, Gwich'in Steering...
My Turn: How will students learn constitutional values?

...protect our most cherished political values? I want students who will question authority, not students who are cowed into submission and silence. Ed Hein of Juneau works for a federal agency and is a former newspaper reporter and editor.


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