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The caring nature of Homer has sustained and nurtured my gratefulness throughout the past year.
April is Citizen Science Month, an opportunity for people to get involved in citizen science projects all over the country and right in their own… Continue reading
COVID-19 has a vaccination — yours for the taking.
We rose up in a multitude of ways to show our compassion for each other.
Climate change should be thoroughly factored into mine planning and regulation.
Though peatlands cover only 3% of the Earth’s surface, they store twice the amount of carbon as all the world’s forests combined.
It’s the two marshmallow solution.
There’s reason to believe that, nationally, travel will begin recovering soon.
Closure of Homer, other DMV offices will hurt seniors and disabled.
In American culture, we view the start of the New Year as a time to make life changes, to reflect on the past year, to… Continue reading
‘Lean in’ experience from Zoom talk can be expanded as community support during pandemic.
For the first time in years, I see elected leaders who have the potential to reverse our self-destructive course and start to bring this country back together.
Be kind to each other during the pandemic.
Doctors seek community action in keeping COVID-19 numbers down
Safe practices, testing and contact tracing will bring numbers down.
There are alternatives to sacrificing the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain
Domestic violence is not put on pause because we are living through a pandemic.
September is national recovery month
I believe we all want our voices heard.