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    Dunbar backs 8th extension of emergency declaration in Anchorage – supports 70% vax goal

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    Anchorage mayoral candidate Forrest Dunbar joined the narrowest of majorities to pass the eighth extension of Anchorage’s declaration of emergency. The measure passed along a 6-4 vote, which will be the final time Assemblyman Dunbar...
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    Bronson promises to defend and support Anchorage police officers

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    Anchorage mayoral candidate Dave Bronson sent a letter to the Anchorage Police Department detailing how he plans to support and collaborate with the force if elected mayor. Dated April 10, the letter is addressed to...
    Politics

    Alaska halts Johnson & Johnson vaccines due to dangerous blood clotting identified by CDC

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    Due to reports of dangerous blood clotting in the brain associated with the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine, the CDC has recommended an immediate pause on using the experimental shot which, like all other...
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    U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka speaks about the role of faith in political life

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    Four days before announcing her intent to challenge Sen. Lisa Murkowski for her U.S. Senate seat in 2022, Kelly Tshibaka appeared on a prominent national program that informs and inspires Christians to pray for...
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