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    The effort to recall leftist Anchorage Assemblywoman Meg Zaletel appears to be an uphill battle based off initial election results. When polls closed on Oct. 26, Zaletel was ahead 5,702 (61%) to 3,618 (39%)....
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    Providence Alaska must be accountable for denying Ivermectin to patients who later died

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    On Oct. 13, William Topel and Neil Kitamura, both Anchorage residents, died while under the care of Providence Alaska Medical Center. Topel and his physician requested Ivermectin and vitamins to treat his illness, but...
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    Despite the Biden Administration's heightened emphasis on rooting out what it deems a growing threat of hate crimes, there seems to be very little trouble in Alaska. According to the latest FBI data, Alaska had...
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    Alaska bishop’s threat to cut ties with traditional Catholic school galvanizes faithful

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    Roughly 50 parents, teachers, students and supporters of Holy Rosary Academy gathered outside of Archbishop Andrew Bellisario’s Anchorage offices on Oct. 25 to pray that their chief spiritual shepherd reconsider his decision to cut...

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    Politics

    Anchorage Assemblywoman Zaletel leads by 2,100 in recall election

    0
    The effort to recall leftist Anchorage Assemblywoman Meg Zaletel appears to be an uphill battle based off initial election results. When polls closed on Oct. 26, Zaletel was ahead 5,702 (61%) to 3,618 (39%)....
    Politics

    Juneau preps to jab kids 5-to-11 with COVID shots despite ‘great uncertainty’

    0
    The City and Borough of Juneau is already preparing to set up COVID shot clinics in area schools starting Nov. 8. Children ages 5 to 11 may be able to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine...
    Freedom

    Providence Alaska must be accountable for denying Ivermectin to patients who later died

    0
    On Oct. 13, William Topel and Neil Kitamura, both Anchorage residents, died while under the care of Providence Alaska Medical Center. Topel and his physician requested Ivermectin and vitamins to treat his illness, but...
    Crime

    Alaska reports just 9 ‘hate crimes’ in 2020

    0
    Despite the Biden Administration's heightened emphasis on rooting out what it deems a growing threat of hate crimes, there seems to be very little trouble in Alaska. According to the latest FBI data, Alaska had...
    Education

    Alaska bishop’s threat to cut ties with traditional Catholic school galvanizes faithful

    1
    Roughly 50 parents, teachers, students and supporters of Holy Rosary Academy gathered outside of Archbishop Andrew Bellisario’s Anchorage offices on Oct. 25 to pray that their chief spiritual shepherd reconsider his decision to cut...