...Marshall Lind well in Fairbanks By Virginia Whitehead Breeze I want to compliment...Reddit Archives Letter by Virginia Whitehead Breeze Wishing Marshall Lind...Juneau Empire Online Letter by Virginia Whitehead Breeze Home>Archives> Wishing...
...Alaska's worthy causes during all those years, and he was also a proud Juneauite and a good neighbor and friend. Virginia Whitehead Breeze Share this page: Print Email Digg Twitter Yahoo! StumbleUpon Facebook del.icio.us 20° AP Video...
On Feb. 18 the University of Alaska Board of Regents voted to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation. The 8-2 decision by the University's governing board has been a long time coming. It happened because times are changing and because the University's new president is capable of courage and wise common sense.
...at my fingertips. The group, under the able leadership of Marie Darlin, is now organizing a second book about pioneer residents to be published next year, the 100th anniversary of Juneau High School. Virginia Whitehead Breeze Juneau
...But those fortunate to have known Holy Trinity in its unique, historic glory will forever have a story to tell. Virginia Whitehead Breeze is a resident of Juneau and freelance writer.
...elected to office. We should all go stand in a corner. Art Sutch is a really nice man and he has a lovely family. More than the faltering economy, we're the real reason for this Seward Street tragedy. Virginia Whitehead Breeze Juneau
...different emphasis and large challenges. I'm sure President Hamilton wants him there because he will meet those challenges well. Like everyone else who lives here, I will miss him (and Lois) and I wish him well. Virginia Whitehead Breeze
...Ernest Gruening, was governor of Alaska from 1939-53. Gov. (later Sen.) Gruening championed Alaska's worthy causes during all those years, and he was also a proud Juneauite and a good neighbor and friend. Virginia Whitehead Breeze
...Regan of Juneau, son Matthew (and Suzanne) Regan and grandson Patrick Regan of Anchorage, and his former wife, Virginia Whitehead, now Virginia Breeze, of Juneau. He is also survived by his step-daughter Cassie McCasland (and Steve) and...
...member of the Alaska press corps, a past president of the Alaska Press Club, and recently, for eight years, as the editor of the quarterly newsletter published by the Gastineau Channel Historical Society. Virginia Whitehead Breeze Juneau
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