Remembering Lee

I’m in no way qualified to speak on Lee Jordan’s life. This issue of the ECHO is brimming with the kind words of those who knew him well.

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Aftershocks

Deeper down, farther away, It didn’t haunt us day by day; At our door Mr. Seismic knocks, With a new display of aftershocks.

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Seven

We picked up the pieces, talked with neighbors and friends, shook hands with a stranger named “normalcy,” and let calm blanket us

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Editor’s Letter: January

This issue was planned to be a discussion on faith. What does faith mean to people? What do people have faith in right now?

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Editor’s Letter: December

Fantastic, strong, notable, tough, adventurous, Alaskan women: you’ll find plenty of them in this month’s issue.

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Letter from the Editor: November

November 11th is Veteran’s Day, and this issue is full of stories on veterans, service members, family members, and those who support them.

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Autumn Road

I could walk this road through a thousand autumns and see it differently every time, under a different sky...

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Editor’s Letter: September

I’m only a writer out of necessity. I started writing to you each month because I want you to connect with the stories. It’s important to me.

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July Letter from the Editor

Taking a break from work and home is good for the soul; making time to connect and have fun is good for the family. Why not go camping?

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June Letter from the editor

Balance. Simple, right? Balance. Everyone understands what it means. You talk about balance, I talk about balance, and we are all having the same conversation. The definition may be universal, but the interpretation is very personal.

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