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Judge prevents woman accused of Angoon murder from rejoining kids

The woman charged with second-degree murder in the Angoon stabbing death of Richard "Buddy" George in July won't get out of jail to live with her children, a Juneau judge ruled Monday. Denni Starr, 22, is still held at the Lemon Creek Correctional Center on $50,000 bail. She is accused of fatally stabbing George, the father of her two children, on July 26 in their home. The youngest child, 17 months, was believed to be in his arms when he was stabbed.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081903/loc_judgeruling.shtml
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...concerned about upholding the traditional family structure wanted to ban the book from libraries. Debate over the children's story raged for months and even became an issue in the 1994 school board elections. Not much has changed nationwide...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010499/Loc_librarian.shtml
Around Town

Around Town is a listing of local nonprofit events.

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What's happening

...Wednesday, Jan. 29. Tickets, $17-$22, at the door, Hearthside Books and www.perseverancetheatre.org . "The Children's Story" plays at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at Northern Light United Church. Tickets are $5 at the door...

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Tlingit book collaboration turns new page in Alaska kids' reading

SITKA - "The Story of the Town Bear and Forest Bear" will be recognizable to anyone who has read the classic tale about a pair of similarly diverse mice. But not many will be able to read it - at least at first - because the book is written entirely in the Tlingit language.

http://juneauempire.com/state/2011-05-14/tlingit-book-collaboration-turns-new-pa
State
Enough LOVE to share

In light of National Adoption Month, experienced foster parents Janet and Steve Olmstead can look back on their 36 years in Juneau and appreciate the many children who have shared their home.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/111509/nei_516705229.shtml
Globe-trotting librarian takes her message to the masses

...concerned about upholding the traditional family structure wanted to ban the book from libraries. Debate over the children's story raged for months and even became an issue in the 1994 school board elections. Not much has changed nationwide...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010499/Loc_librarian.html
Local
A Winter of Arts and Entertainment

Next year marks celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the Juneau Symphony and the 20th anniversary of Centennial Hall. The new year also will bring new events and the return of successful programs. Guitarist Habib Koite, author Megan Whelan, soprano Cynthia Rhys and artist Don Weir are among those featured in upcoming events. The Winter Fireside Series sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service returns with presentations on salmon, a ski trip across the Juneau Icefield and a climb to the summit of Denali. The Geophysical Institute is again sponsoring a series of presentations on science in Alaska, featuring whales, the aurora and volcanoes.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/122602/thi_winterevents.shtml
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Around Town

...Warmbrunn's 5,000-mile bicycle tour through Asia. Details: 586-0434. Northern Light Junior Theatre presents "The Children's Story," 7:30 p.m., Northern Light United Church. Details: 586-4933. Inaugural Ball, 8:30 p.m.-1...

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Jr. theater presents post-war story

When a representative of the "new regime" steps into an American schoolroom in the aftermath of war, uncertainty and suspicion are slowly erased from the children's innocent minds by a sweet and smiling new teacher - who is as subtle as the serpent in the Garden of Eden. "It's chilling," said J. Althea, who will direct "The Children's Story," a thought-provoking, one-act play presented by Northern Light Junior Theatre.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012303/thi_childrensplay.shtml
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