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Thank you letter for the week of April 3, 2022.

Thank you, merci, danke, gracias, gunalchéesh.

  • Apr 3, 2022
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Jane Hale (Courtesy Photo)

Coming Out: Seeing the world feelingly

When I started estrogen, the first change I noticed was in my fingertips.

  • Apr 1, 2022
  • By Jane Hale
Jane Hale (Courtesy Photo)
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Living & Growing: Hope that satisfies our souls

How do we maintain hope?

  • Mar 31, 2022
  • By Dan Wiese
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Gimme a Smile: Enjoy the charm of Wordle

I’ve jumped onto the Wordle bandwagon.

  • Mar 26, 2022
  • By Peggy McKee Barnhill
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Thank you letters for the week of March 27, 2022

Thank you, merci, danke, gracias, gunalchéesh.

  • Mar 25, 2022
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Joab Cano (Courtesy Photo)

Living & Growing: God’s calling to humanity

God’s calling to humanity has always been to seek him and serve him

  • Mar 24, 2022
  • By Joab Cano
Joab Cano (Courtesy Photo)
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Coming Out: Stigma that kills

The stigma of being transgender or non-binary—that’s the danger we need to confront.

  • Mar 18, 2022
  • By Jane Hale
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Laura Rorem stands on a ferry retreat circa 2004. (Courtesy Photo )

Living & GrowingThe gift of the wilderness

Lent begins in the wilderness — Jesus’ and our own.

  • Mar 17, 2022
  • By Laura Rorem
Laura Rorem stands on a ferry retreat circa 2004. (Courtesy Photo )
Geoff Kirsch is an award-winning Juneau-based writer and humorist.

Slack Tide: 5 stages of winter weather grief

Hope ‘springs’ eternal?

  • Mar 12, 2022
  • By Geoff Kirsch
Geoff Kirsch is an award-winning Juneau-based writer and humorist.
Page Bridges (Courtesy Photo)

Living & Growing: Northern Light

“I intend to show the world that there is no limit to the possible and no force stronger than love.”

  • Mar 10, 2022
  • By Page Bridges
Page Bridges (Courtesy Photo)
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Thank you letter for the week of March 6

Thank you, merci, danke, gracias, gunalchéesh.

  • Mar 4, 2022
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Recognitions for the week of March 6

Honors and awards.

  • Mar 4, 2022
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"My most beloved childhood memories are of my grandmother—the taste of her cooking; the sight of her coming home from her job at the bakery down the street; the songs she loved—Tennessee Ernie Ford’s “Old Rugged Cross” was one of her favorites and is still one of mine," writes Jane Hale. (Courtesy Photo)

Coming Out: My grandmother Agnes

It pleases me to think that maybe I’m growing into her loveliness.

"My most beloved childhood memories are of my grandmother—the taste of her cooking; the sight of her coming home from her job at the bakery down the street; the songs she loved—Tennessee Ernie Ford’s “Old Rugged Cross” was one of her favorites and is still one of mine," writes Jane Hale. (Courtesy Photo)
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Living & Growing: A brother and sister story

How did a nice Jewish girl from Baltimore, Maryland, end up with an Afghan brother?

  • Mar 3, 2022
  • Trish Turner Custard
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Slack Tide: 27 random thoughts while staring out the window waiting for snow again

By Geoff Kirsch 1. What happened to all our snow? 2. And what happened to the Canadian reggae singer Snow? You know, he scored a… Continue reading

  • Feb 26, 2022
  • By Geoff Kirsch
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Gimme a Smile: Do I have the right stuff?

Despite the national trend toward decluttering, there are various legitimate reasons to keep stuff…

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Guy Crockroft (Courtesy Photo)

Living & Growing: The hope of heaven

Mary asked “Where’s daddy?” Mom said “He’s in heaven.”

  • Feb 25, 2022
  • Guy Crockroft
Guy Crockroft (Courtesy Photo)
Jane Hale

Coming Out: How to cross a desert and coming out as myself

Call me the breeze. Or call me Jane.

Jane Hale
Joab Cano

Living & Growing: The love of God

Someone may ask: What is the love of God?

  • Feb 17, 2022
  • By Joab Cano
Joab Cano
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Recognitions for the week of Feb. 13

Local students earn academic honors.

  • Feb 13, 2022
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