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To the editor: Our support of each other includes choosing leadership who has a commitment to consensus building for the betterment and resiliency of the entire community. With great respect for her commitment to Fairbanks and her 30-year career in private and public education and counseling…

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To the editor: Recently, I returned from a month-long sojourn in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, my birth place and the land of my youth. How blessed I felt to visit with my Dad, a surviving WWII veteran. Although he still retains mental cognizance, sharp acuity and accurate memory, at the r…

To the editor: I have known June Rogers (candidate for the City Council Seat B) for longer than I like to admit. Someone once described her service on the City Council as a voice of reason. She doesn’t bring a right- or left-wing agenda to the job or get caught up in divisive politics. She i…

To the editor: Unvaccinated people have an 11 times greater chance of dying from a Covid infection than vaccinated folks. I just received a notice in the mail offering a chance to win $49,000 in a drawing to anyone opting to get vaccinated. Where else in the world do people have to bribed to…

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To the editor: On Sept. 16, 2021, the attorney general for Alaska joined attorneys general from 23 other states in a letter to President Biden threatening legal action against federal Covid-19 vaccine mandates. The Alaska attorney general does not speak for all Alaskans. The Alaska Black Cau…

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To the editor: According to the CDC, “ … a vaccine breakthrough infection is defined as the detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA or antigen in a respiratory specimen collected from a person ≥14 days after they have completed all recommended doses of a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-authorize…

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To the editor: Refusing to wear a mask versus other dress codes — which one can physically effect others nearby? The lives and health of our health care provider heroes versus one’s “right” to expose others. Following traffic rules when operating a potentially lethal vehicle versus common de…

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