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New citizens, new rights, responsibilities

...the U.S., and after all that hard work, the new citizens were eager to participate fully as U.S. citizens. Hildegard Sellner, originally from Germany but who has lived in the U.S. for 18 years, was able to register to vote. She had...
My Turn: Look who's being Orwellian

Mihael Blikshteyn and Hildegard Sellner's Oct. 8 My Turn "The recyclable plastic bag is a myth," provided one piece of hilarity and one vitally important standard...
Thanks for supporting us during this difficult stretch of our journey

...University of Alaska Southeast - everyone who donated time, services, prayers, goods, money, expertise, compassion and love. Tag's last words were: "Thank you for everything. I love you." That says it all. Hildegard Sellner Juneau
Tribute, celebration wake held for Eckles

...ashes. There also will be a Tribute to Tag jam night at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, at the Alaskan Bar & Hotel. His musician friends are invited to perform. For more information, contact Hildegard Sellner at 796-6226 or 523-4636.
Celebration wake for Tag Eckles held Saturday at the Alaskan

...Juneau community. Eckles, who first came to Alaska in 1971, was perhaps best-known in town for his role as Phineas Poon, the piano player at the Red Dog. For more information, contact Hildegard Sellner at 796-6226 or 523-4636.
Plastic alert from outer space Turning the tides

...would be one step closer to walking gently upon the earth and leaving no footprints (on the planet or in space). Hildegard Sellner, Ph.D., is a council member of Turning the Tides, a Juneau grass-roots nonprofit working to promote environmentally...
Turning the tides

...pollutes rivers and oceans. If you'd like to get involved with Turning the Tides, please contact Hildegard Sellner at . Turning the Tides is a Juneau grass-roots nonprofit working to promote environmentally...
My turn: Why try? It may be hopeless

...difference! The ocean needs your help! Let's enter into conversation about what we can do. Tag Eckles and Dr. Hildegard Sellner are Juneau residents and Turning the Tides council members.
My turn: The recyclable plastic bag is a myth like having cigarette manufacturers donate money toward research for lung cancer cures. Mihael Blikshteyn and Hildegard Sellner are members of Turning the Tides, a Juneau grassroots nonprofit that promotes ocean-friendly technologies and...
Plastic Bags: The cost is too high

...throw-away society toward sustainable practices. Reusable alternatives to plastic bags are readily available, in form of cloth bags or other containers. We simply cannot afford "free" plastic bags any longer. Hildegard Sellner Juneau


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