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Skagway cabin a treasure trove of old newspapers

...and came from California, Canada, Ohio, New York, England. Pages from Harper's Weekly were juxtaposed with Scientific American and The Illustrated News of the World. Outside, there was not a soul around. Inside, firefighters battled burning...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/082805/sta_20050828010.shtml
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...She carefully arranged skulls, gourds and bird feathers under the glass top of a coffee table, where copies of Scientific American are stashed. Hocker's understanding of plants and animals shows in her finished drawings, said Brian O'Callaghan...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Bacteria? Runners-up in the Excellent ranking, winning a $100 scholarship and a one-year subscription to Scientific American magazine, were: the team of Tara Kyle (11), Alexa Tonkovich (11), Hannah Robus (10) and the team of Nobu...

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Outside column: Fluoride-Gate, naming names at Centers for Disease Control

...the proverbial holes in the fluoridation dike can no longer be contained. This month's edition of the journal Scientific American has an article entitled "Second Thoughts about Fluoride." The cat is out of the bag that the Department of Agriculture...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011508/opi_20080115024.shtml
Opinion
Evening at Egan lecture to focus on health of Alaska's glaciers

...compiled by Extreme Ice Survey has drawn substantial attention to Columbia, resulting in outreach media by Nova, Scientific American, 60 minutes and Discovery channel."For more information on the Evening at Egan series, visit /www.uas...

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Art
Illustrator built career combining science, art

...She carefully arranged skulls, gourds and bird feathers under the glass top of a coffee table, where copies of Scientific American are stashed. Hocker's understanding of plants and animals shows in her finished drawings, said Brian O'Callaghan...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010899/Loc_color.html
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Science fair brings 109 projects

...Bacteria? Runners-up in the Excellent ranking, winning a $100 scholarship and a one-year subscription to Scientific American magazine, were: the team of Tara Kyle (11), Alexa Tonkovich (11), Hannah Robus (10) and the team of Nobu...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031299/Com_science.html
Comm
Laughter: a cure for what ails you

...howling pack of wolves," writes psychologist Franz B. M. De Waal in a review of Provine's book published in Scientific American. Provine's findings are right in line with a growing field: therapeutic laughter groups. The groups don't...

http://juneauempire.com/art/2011-06-22/laughter-cure-what-ails-you
Art
Juneau to be featured in Discovery Channel special

...and layers, was introduced to Alaska in 1991 while working in the Aleutians on the PBS science magazine show "Scientific American Frontiers" with Alan Alda. "I went out to the story in the Aleutian Islands about the ancient technology of...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041009/ent_427822114.shtml
Learn something new from the library's nonfiction

...of Oz" and Santa Claus, and presents us with new meditations on mathematics. Gardner, who wrote a column for Scientific American on mathematics for 25 years, is a clear and logical thinker who isn't afraid to express his own opinions. He...

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