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    Joel Davidson

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    Palmer fireworks kick off Christmas season with thanksgiving to God

    Twenty-two years ago, local businessman Stanley Guthrie gave his life to Christ and felt compelled to mark the landmark decision with a...

    State looks to make emergency marijuana regs permanent in post-COVID Alaska

    After loosening marijuana distribution regulations due to COVID-19, Alaska is now looking to make those emergency measures permanent in a post-COVID Alaska.

    Change.org deletes petition asking Alaska to ban controversial Dominion voting machines

    After quickly amassing more than 550 online signatures, a petition asking the State of Alaska to ban the use of controversial Dominion...

    ‘This isn’t over’ – Trump rallies set for Anchorage, Kenai & Juneau this week

    Facebook has spent the last few days pulling down pages that suggest it is too soon to call the presidential election for...

    Trump supporters to hold ‘Stop the Steal’ rally in Anchorage

    With President Trump poised to begin a series of court challenges over questionable election irregularities in several key states, Alaskans are joining...

    Kenai mayor introduces resolution against mandatory COVID vaccinations

    As the possibility of a COVID-19 vaccination nears, there are concerns that the general public may be required to take the vaccination.

    Mat-Su Borough imposes new COVID directives

    Members of the public in the Mat-Su Borough are now required to wear face masks in all borough owned facilities.

    Gov. Dunleavy extends emergency declaration for COVID

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced Nov. 6 that he is issuing a new 30-day disaster declaration in response to COVID. This goes into...

    Unelected Anchorage mayor imposes mask mandate, restricts gatherings increases enforcement

    Anchorage’s unelected acting mayor, Austin Quinn-Davidson has decided to wield her newly inherited emergency powers to impose city-wide mask mandates and tighter...

    Republican poll watchers needed in Nome for Nov. 10th vote count

    On Nov. 10 the Alaska Division of Elections will begin counting roughly 150,000 absentee, early and questioned ballots, which could determine the...

    Could Alaska decide the next president? It’s possible.

    With the electoral college votes of five key states still unknown and the presidential winner still undecided, there is a scenario in...

    Anchorage Assembly refuses to allow special election to replace mayor

    The Anchorage Assembly has decided that for for the next eight months, Anchorage residents will be governed by an unelected mayor who...

    Election day votes show conservative surge for Alaska Legislature. Will it hold?

    If the votes cast on election day are any indication, the Alaska Legislature will have a decidedly redder hue in the next...

    Alaska is Trump country

    With 82% of precincts reporting President Trump enjoys solid support from Alaskans following an election day in which he is leading Joe...

    Alaska judges survive judgement day

    Despite a grassroots effort to unseat a number of liberal Alaska judges, all 22 appear to have kept their seats on the...

    Initial returns: Alaskans rejecting measures to overhaul elections and tax oil companies

    Two ballot measures that conservatives warned would have crippled Alaska’s economy and compromised state elections appear to have been rejected by voters.

    Sen. Sullivan and Rep. Young hold solid election-night leads in initial returns

    In initial returns on election night, U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan and Rep. Don Young hold solid leads over their challengers, nearly doubling...

    Alaska Republicans hosting election watch parties tonight

    Below are a few of the Republican election watch parties planned for tonight in Anchorage and Fairbanks.

    Alaska Senate leaders urge residents to stay civil as vote tallies trickle in

    With a high-stakes, high tension election underway today, outgoing Alaska Senate President Cathy Giessel (R) joined Senate Minority Leader Tom Begich (D)...

    Controversial LGBTQ curriculum back before Fairbanks School board – on election day

    Educational bureaucrats who want to see LGBTQ classes introduced in the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District will make another push for...

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