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 By Harry Faulkner Jr.    Speak Your Mind    December 17, 2014

Kind words go a long way

Folks, as we go through life there are such things as first impressions and everlasting impressions. My friend Tom Dillon Bethel’s Chief of Police from 1970 to November 1972 did just that. As he came and went from the upstairs apartment he rented...

 By Harry Faulkner Jr.    Crime    September 24, 2014

Heroin drug use on the increase

There hasn’t been a one of us in Bethel that hasn’t been affected in some small or large impact due to the rapid increase of heroin sales and use. In my days growing up it was a drug that was talked about in larger 48 states but unheard of here....

 By Harry Faulkner Jr.    Summer Living    September 3, 2014

Dog gone dog

I had called my friend Jessie fisher about some sat phone questions and he had one heck of a story to tell about his coworker Jeff. It was a adventure to tell the grand kids Jeff Burruss might say. After a relaxing stay hiking and fishing at Canyon...

 By Harry Faulkner Jr    Speak Your Mind    May 8, 2013

Wanton waste of moose and calf

As my wife and I rode along enjoying our yearly trip up to the cabin above Chewy via snowmachine, the sun was out, the temp was just right for traveling and it couldn’t get any better of a day we...

 By Harry Faulkner Jr    Delta News Briefs    November 21, 2012

My friend Connie

I remember it was the coldest winter ever dad had dressed me in a hand-me-down snowsuit that was left behind from a very old pilot that worked and lived in our building after he died. The thought of wearing a dead guy’s suit was a bit to get over...

 By Harry Faulkner Jr    Obituaries    August 3, 2011

Faulkner Family Thanks

I wasn’t there that morning when my father passed away, I didn’t get to tell him all of the things I have to say but I chose to remember him as he was before his health deteriorated any more. On...