In the Gospel according to Luke, someone asks Jesus that question and he replies with the story of a man who was beaten and robbed and left on the side of the road.
One man who was busy passed by, saw the man, but hurried on.
Ten Juneau-Douglas High School students competed in Alaska School Activities Association Drama, Debate and Forensics state competition, and the school has announced that all placed in the top four or above in all events.
A team of middle school mathletes from Floyd Dryden Middle School won the Southeast Regional Mathcounts competition held Feb. 14. Mathcounts competitions are organized by the Alaska Society of Professional Engineers.
Floyd Dryden Middle School has won second place at Alaska's Battle of the Books after a sudden death tiebreaker.
The team advanced through two rounds of battles against talented teams with its last battle coming close to a first-place win.
Northrim Bank President and CEO Joe Beedle has announced Bradley Leathers will be the branch manager for Northrim's Sitka branch and the promotion of Leary David, branch manager for the bank's Huffman branch.
Recent births at Bartlett Regional Hospital
• A daughter, Swanee Blue Burdick, weighing 8 lbs. 11 oz., was born to Glory Tonsgard and Timothy Burdick on Feb. 20, 2015.
• A daughter, Nevaeh Libby Clay, weighing 9 lbs. 2 oz.
Cassandra Adams of Ketchikan and Amara Sanguni of Juneau have been selected as Alaska's top youth volunteers in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Each will receive $1,000, a silver medallion and a trip to Washington, D.C.