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    Fairbanks in Winter

    My husband and I recently spent a few days in Fairbanks. It’s usually frigid this time of year. We lucked out on the temperatures—it was below zero for only a short time. A record snowfall made it remarkable, and beautiful,…

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    Writing Tips for Teens #4: Responding to Drafts

    I’ve been posting writing tips for teens this school year. If you want to catch up on the other posts, here are the previous links for #writingtipsforteens August: https://lynnlovegreen.com/writing-tips-for-teens-1-guidelines-and-getting-started/ September: https://lynnlovegreen.com/writing-tips-for-teens-2-your-writers-notebook-and-prewriting October: https://lynnlovegreen.com/writing-tips-for-teens-3-writing-the-first-draft/ This month, we’re looking at the Response step of writing,…

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    Please vote!

    The United States of America has a democratic republic, where voters elect leaders to write our laws and create many of the conditions we live in.  The preamble to our Constitution begins with “We the People of the United States,…

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    Alaskan Women in Politics

    To celebrate a century of U. S. women’s suffrage on the eve of an election, here’s a reprise of an older post. Hope you all vote on (or before) November 3rd this year! Alaskan women have always been involved in…

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    Government Hill, Anchorage

    Government Hill is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Anchorage, Alaska, probably named for all the government employees who lived there starting in 1915 with the early days of the Alaska Railroad. I was lucky enough to get a tour…