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...awarded the tournament to the United States on Monday three weeks after the showcase event was removed from China because of the SARS virus. But, unlike 1999, this World Cup will be run on a smaller scale and will face logistical challenges as it runs into...

...2003 Bluff project in wait mode while studies being done 2-cent tax could go long way, says Young Juneau inn says SARS risk means no room for 2 men Birch Ridge Report: The ace that wasn't Agassi grits out a five-setter Regrets get...

...Community Schools Photo feature: On the prowl Biking to work can be act of patriotism China should have responded to SARS more forcefully White Sox overpower Detroit Caseys mighty bat wins for Reds Jr. wins record fourth straight at Taladega...

...salmon by any other name misses point of labeling fish Weather didn't dampen spirit of annual track-field meet Suspected SARS case reported in Anchorage Questions arise about past of fired Steese fire chief Oil companies look at Susitna basin ...

... Relentless diplomacy key to Mideast peace Give-and-take needs to be restored at U.N. Baseball issues Toronto SARS warning Orioles pitchers fold up White Sox Maddux's mastery reddens Cardinals Ken Schrader still has fun despite 12...

...Longtime university employee retires AIDEA considers retaining shipyard ownership Regional park director retiring Suspected SARS case released from isolation Coast Guard honors rescue swimmer, crew Trial begins for couple accused of hiring hit man... has its first graduate Murkowski Signs Medical Parole, SARS Bill Firefighters battle blaze near Anderson Murkowski...snowmachine deaths at 4-year low Hotel guests rejected under new SARS screening policy Fairbanks fugitive pleads not guilty to bank...

...taking drug test Sex offender names returned to state Web site Errant rocket recovered Anchorage hospital experiences SARS false alarm Sitka radio station broadcasts whale sounds E-mail harassment bill passes Senate

...million in oil, gas lease sale Search continues in Anchorage for missing woman Ketchikan hospital deals with two false SARS alarms Native corporation invests in auto-sharing business GCI quarterly revenue better than last year Alcohol a factor...

...Super slow workouts add muscle for those who can take the strain CDC chief very concerned about possible workplace spread of SARS virus Governor has procedure to open heart artery House Republicans approve $2.3 billion budget Bill reduces state...


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