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An annual flu shot plus the COVID-19 vaccine protects Alaskans and our health care system, too.
Pink flags show support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The governor believes the dividend drives the entire calculation. Sadly, he has it backwards
When the COVID-19 pandemic started, I assumed we would come together to fight this battle as a team. We can still do that, save lives… Continue reading
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and this year it is important to remind ourselves that we live and work in a resilient community with… Continue reading
Seniors of Alaska has had the pleasure to work with Dr. Anne Zink and caring Alaska legislators statewide to encourage vaccination against the COVID-19 virus.… Continue reading
This week Alaska claimed the nation’s top spot for the most positive cases per capita from COVID-19. More Alaskans are dying from COVID-19. Most, if… Continue reading
Last Thursday Joe Biden announced new vaccine mandates on 2.1 million federal employees, contractors, and 17 million employees of health care facilities receiving federal funding,… Continue reading
In order to understand what’s going on with COVID-19, we need to be able to more intuitively grasp what all of the numbers and percentages… Continue reading
The biggest challenge when talking about recovery is the truth that one size does not fit all. In fact, there may be no more individually… Continue reading
In the movie, “Out of Africa,” a phrase stays with me. Meryl Streep, the main actress, bends down to greet a small African boy, a… Continue reading
Providence Alaska forced to implement crisis standards of care.
We need a real PFD you can bank on with revenue to pay for it, not endless fights and false promises.
Leadership means taking strong positions in Alaskans’ best interests, even in tough times. Alaska certainly is in tough times today. Doing nothing about the fiscal… Continue reading
We are at month 18 of this worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, and South Peninsula Hospital is just now seeing the levels of patient surge that we… Continue reading
There’s excitement in the air at our house and across Alaska. School is coming back. Backpacks, pencils, first-day outfits, plus the joy of meeting new… Continue reading
This month the Homer Foundation has turned 30 years old. For those of us who remember the 1960s, yeah, well, we’ve learned the truth. You… Continue reading
Dearest Granddaughter and Grandson-in-law: I don’t know if you are aware that I lost my beloved brother-in-law, Dwight, on Jan. 30 this year to COVID-19.… Continue reading
Follow expert advice on how to return to in-school teaching safely and responsibly.
The other day I was discussing politics with an old friend who told me I perceived the technicolor world in black-and-white terms. This was a… Continue reading