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Status of the Alaska Watchman

On Monday, March 11, the Watchman is prepared to fully resume the mission of providing Alaskans with local news, columns and information that can inspire and equip residents to defend and advance a robust pro-life, pro-family and pro-freedom

Rest in Peace

On the evening of Saturday, the 24th of February, Joy Davidson passed through the veil and went on to glory beside Christ in his Kingdom. She was surrounded by family as Father Michael Shields prayed her last rites, and a few minutes later, she breathed her

Prayers are needed and appreciated

Posts will be a little slow in coming over the short-term. Our truly tireless editor-in-chief is currently focused entirely on being primary caretaker to his amazing wife Joy. For those of you who didn’t know and don’t realize, Joel’s wife

April 16th: A Night for Joy

First, I want to wish everyone an imminent and happy resurrection day tomorrow! This is an update regarding our editor-in-chief’s wife, Joy, whom many of you know and have prayed for since the announcement of her stage 4 cancer diagnosis earlier this

What the Alaska Watchman is and is not

We started the Alaska Watchman a little over three years ago with a clear goal. It was not to entertain, provide idle gossip or offer a platform for angry armchair quarterbacks to pontificate while refusing to enter the public arena and contend for the good,

11.25 > An Attitude of Gratitude

If you watch the news, or listen to it, or read it with any amount of discernment, you will notice if there is one thing missing in the world, above all else, it is gratitude. While we raise the lamp and stand up for conservative principles and the powerful
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One year of being on watch for Alaska

This past Friday marked one year since we took a leap of faith and launched the Alaska Watchman. Since the moment our website went live, it has been a whirlwind year. We expected to have our hands full reporting on the growing threats to the moral foundations
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A night out with the Alaska Watchman,

The Alaska Watchman is hosting our inaugural fundraising party on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 6-8 p.m. in the banquet room of Turkey Red Restaurant in downtown Palmer. Order and enjoy delicious food and drinks while forging Camaraderie with likeminded Alaskans who
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The Watchman is for you – and it needs you!

I’m writing to you today because the Alaska Watchman needs more financial supporters. Our dynamic website is running smoothly with a steady stream of engaging articles, videos and columns, and our readership is expanding across the state. Since launching in