In the long run, most people will get the shots and much of this will pass, I believe.
Anchorage’s top homelessness experts clearly say smaller facilities are better for all.
Please, let’s all get together and defeat this virus by wearing masks.
Two weeks ago, I received my own cancer diagnosis, which will require surgery.
I have read Paul Jenkins’ columns for years and always appreciated them.
Believe me, you don’t want this dreadful disease.
Why do people shy away from proven, safe vaccines?
Are you tired of all the reruns and crazy ads on TV and the internet?
The mayor and his administration have demonstrated that they are not capable of leadership.
The Assembly is stupid and power-hungry.
The Assembly did the right thing.
His heart and mind are in the right place.
Rather than speak to the issue, the mob makes it personal.
To the jerk trapping cats in the Spenard area, you can go and take a long walk off a short pier.
I know people with a deathly fear of needles. Too much of anything can be counterproductive.
We took one step forward and three steps back, thanks to people like the mayor.
Many citizens are passionate about their causes. But that does not allow folks to be disrespectful.
It’s time for everyone to realize that this disease is not going away.
Our city, our health care workers and our Assembly deserve better.
Lay down your leaf blower, and once again take up the rake.