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    Assembly looks to enshrine mandatory masks in Anchorage code

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    Several Anchorage Assembly members want to permanently enshrine the mandatory wearing of facemasks in city code. Assembly members Meg Zaletel, Suzanne LaFrance and John Weddleton plan to bring forward the proposal at the Jan....
    Apologetics

    Churches unite to evangelize secular Alaska

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    Revive Alaska Outreach is the hub for Christians desiring to revive the spiritual and moral life of Alaska. It is a multi-church partnership where believers gather to pray, listen to speakers, share evangelism strategies,...
    Abortion

    Governor’s annual proclamation claims he’s ‘committed’ to defending unborn Alaskans

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    Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued his annual statement proclaiming Jan. 22 as “Right to Life” day in Alaska. It comes on the 48th anniversary since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade...
    Culture

    Radical animal rights group takes credit for ExxonMobile pulling Iditarod sponsorship

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    One of the most radical animal rights groups in the world is claiming victory after ExxonMobile announced that it will drop its sponsorship of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race after the 2021 contest. People for...
    Politics

    Judge to rule by Jan. 25 on merits of effort to recall Anchorage Assemblyman Rivera

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    Oral arguments were heard Jan. 21 in Anchorage Superior Court over whether an effort to recall Anchorage Assembly Chair Felix Rivera is valid and should proceed to a vote of the people. He is...

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    Freedom

    Assembly looks to enshrine mandatory masks in Anchorage code

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    Several Anchorage Assembly members want to permanently enshrine the mandatory wearing of facemasks in city code. Assembly members Meg Zaletel, Suzanne LaFrance and John Weddleton plan to bring forward the proposal at the Jan....
    Abortion

    Governor’s annual proclamation claims he’s ‘committed’ to defending unborn Alaskans

    3
    Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued his annual statement proclaiming Jan. 22 as “Right to Life” day in Alaska. It comes on the 48th anniversary since the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade...
    Culture

    Radical animal rights group takes credit for ExxonMobile pulling Iditarod sponsorship

    8
    One of the most radical animal rights groups in the world is claiming victory after ExxonMobile announced that it will drop its sponsorship of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race after the 2021 contest. People for...
    Politics

    Judge to rule by Jan. 25 on merits of effort to recall Anchorage Assemblyman Rivera

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    Oral arguments were heard Jan. 21 in Anchorage Superior Court over whether an effort to recall Anchorage Assembly Chair Felix Rivera is valid and should proceed to a vote of the people. He is...
    Abortion

    Pro-life rallies across Alaska to mark the holocaust of 48 years under Roe

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    Alaskans in communities around the state will peacefully gather to hold signs and pray for an end to abortion on Jan. 22. That day marks the 48th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision,...