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    Joel Davidson

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    Alaska conservatives invited to discuss protecting election integrity

    With talk of allowing widespread mail-in balloting across Alaska, a group of concerned conservatives are holding an online public meeting on June 1 to...

    New COVID cases ‘no cause for alarm,’ governor says

    Despite mainstream media reports that “Alaska saw a big jump in new daily COVID-19 cases Thursday,” the state’s chief medical officer Anne Zink said...

    Juneau mandates masks in order access buses, public facilities

    In order to ride public buses or utilize government owned property, residents of Alaska’s state capitol must now wear face coverings. The Juneau Assembly unanimously...

    Last chance for Alaska conservatives to file for office

    Rep. David Eastman of Wasilla has written a compelling article alerting Alaskans to the fact that the window is about to close for those...

    Alaska Supreme Court orders all quarantine cases to be confidential

    The Chief Justice of Alaska’s Supreme Court ordered that all court cases in which the state forces people into mandatory isolation due to COVID-19...

    Anchorage Assembly to consider terminating or extending mayor’s COVID orders

    The Anchorage Assembly will consider whether to terminate sections of Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s COVID-19 emergency orders at their upcoming June 2 meeting. A resolution submitted...

    Mat-Su turns out in force to honor fallen soldiers

    Some 300 men, women and children stood under gray skies and steady rainfall to attend a packed Memorial Day ceremony in downtown Wasilla. Gathered at...

    Student intern sought for pro-life, pro-family policy group in Alaska

    Alaska Family Council (AFC) is seeking a summer intern to help promote pro-family, pro-life and religious liberty freedoms in Alaska. The non-profit public policy organization...

    Mat-Su to hold Memorial Day ceremony in Wasilla at 1 p.m.

    The AmVets Post 9 in Wasilla will host a Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony at the Veterans Wall of Honor (off Wasilla Fishhook Road) beginning...

    Citizens to host Memorial Day commemoration, even if Anchorage mayor won’t

    A citizen led Memorial Day commemoration will take place on the Anchorage Delany Park Strip after Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz refused to sanction the...

    Alaska State Fair won’t open for first time since WWII

    For the first time since 1942 - amid World War II - the Alaska State Fair will not open this year. The fair’s board of...

    Anchorage mayor defends his COVID ‘rules’ while most of Alaska reopens

    Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz is doubling down on his so-called “slow but steady” approached to gradually reopening Anchorage’s economy, churches and other entities. Despite...

    Governor invites Alaskans to ask COVID questions in virtual town halls

    Alaskans are invited to ask questions during a series of virtual town hall events with Gov. Mike Dunleavy and other state officials. The first...

    Alaska among 10 states failing to enact religious exemptions during pandemic

    Alaska is among just 10 states that failed to provide religious exemptions to protect First Amendment liberties of churches during the COVID-19 pandemic. Every...

    Homeschool numbers in Mat-Su may double

    In the wake of COVID-19, it appears the number of homeschool students may double in the Mat-Su Borough, which is home to the state's...

    URGENT: More reader support is needed

    I’m writing today because the Alaska Watchman desperately needs additional financial support from our faithful readers. We are now nine months into this effort to...

    Prominent pro-family group endorses Dunleavy for Alaska governor

    One of Alaska’s most prominent pro-life and pro-family organizations has issued a strong statement backing Mike Dunleavy, former member of the Alaska State Senate,...

    Alaska remains among least religious states

    Two recent Gallup polls support earlier findings that Alaska remains one of the least religious states in the nation as measured by religious identity,...

    ACLU, Planned Parenthood press Murkowski to back pro-abortion Supreme Court justice

    Pro-abortion activist groups, ACLU and Planned Parenthood, are pressuring Sen. Lisa Murkowski to only back a pro-abortion nominee to replace retiring U.S. Supreme Court...

    Plans to Protect Alaska’s faith-based adoption agencies

    Legislation is in the works to protect Alaska’s adoption agencies and child welfare providers from discrimination for declining to provide services that conflict with...

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