Alaskans for Disability Rights is asking Governor Bill Walker for a emancipation proclamation and an administrative order totally banning involuntary electroconvulsive therapy/electroshock and psychosurgery / lobotomy. We ask the governor to please state publicly that he plans to introduce legislation amending AS 47.30.825 (f) and (g), which will additionally ban electroconvulsive therapy/electroshock and psychosurgery/lobotomy, in statute, especially court ordered and guardian ordered electroconvulsive therapy/electroshock and psychosurgery/lobotomy.
This year, we received several form letters from Gruening Middle School eighth-grade students about what topics they had chosen for a Project Citizen assignment in their social studies class. Each started with a similar-sounding introduction, before going on to discuss what each student chose and why the topic is important.
She wore a yellow scarf. Ella, slender, beautiful brown-haired Ella, riding a bicycle through Chugiak’s main street with two friends, riding all the way from Canada because ever since she was a school girl in Sweden, she had wanted to go to Alaska.
The witch hunt is on at Eagle River High. On stage that is. The school is presenting Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” on Friday and Saturday, May 3-4 at 7 p.m. The drama follows the Salem witch trials that were held in the late 1600s in Massachusetts.
Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson sent the installation’s first round of humanitarian support to the people of Nepal affected by a recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake in the form of a C-17 Globemaster III and support personnel May 1.