...helicoptering in here to get the gripping story and we could ask them to pick us up some ice cream on their way. ? Brooke Elgie writes from Tenakee Springs. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the supposedly big secrets to success out there in the world has always been that tired old bit about location, location, location.
Telling a good story is not as easy as it sometimes looks. Ask anyone who has ever seriously tried.
...Tenakee Springs residents' frustration over the lack of progress in the investigation of Maggie Wigen's murder. Brooke Elgie suggested holding bake sales to raise money to help the Alaska State Troopers' investigation of the March 2003 murder...
...have more highways and cars than are good for us, and the fact is that this is a land of islands. The water is our highway. We will all live to regret it if we let them distract us from these few plain facts. Brooke Elgie Tenakee Springs
...nag our elected public servants to see that they do. It has been a year since Maggie's murder. It is high time that truthful answers were forthcoming from those responsible for the administration of justice. Brooke Elgie Tenakee Springs
...from the investigation. "Eleven months is a long time," said J.C. Tomas, standing in the back of the room. Brooke Elgie suggested supporting the troopers with a bake sale. Cathy Munoz said she wants to know if there is enough evidence...
...docks in the bush, though. Stroll. Let your eye come to rest. And listen. The stories will come oozing out.? Brooke Elgie writes from Tenakee Springs. He may be reached at email@example.com.
...all the people? We have a nearly perfect example of how to do it. Were those Alaskans who created the Alaska Permanent Fund that much smarter than we are? Have we forgotten so much so soon? Somebody help me. Brooke Elgie Tenakee Springs
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