Editor’s note: In 2021, for the first time in more than half a century, Fairbanks held a bonified Independence Day parade, which was organized and funded through a grassroots, community effort. I just wanted to give a huge thank you to Fairbanks for
High public trust in major religious, cultural, political and economic institutions is a bell weather marker for a strong, robust and effective nation. Confidence in these institutions lend credibility and public support to their work. America, however, is in
While the Mat-Su has yet to host a controversial Drag Queen Story Hour at a local library or have a public gay Pride festival, Transgender and homosexual activists are quietly gaining a foothold in one of Alaska’s most socially and politically
Pro-life advocates in Fairbanks are organizing a peaceful counter rally in response to a Planned Parenthood pro-abortion gathering set for July 9. The opposing events will take place at and around the Tanana Valley Fairgrounds. Planned Parenthood will host
Patriots and historians of America’s founding will gather in Anchorage on July 4th for the 26th annual public reading of the Declaration of Independence. The traditional event will take place 1-2 p.m. at Liberty Stage on the Delaney Park Strip (between E
Communities all across Alaska are planning in-person parades and festivities to mark Independence Day. Below are some of the major events planned to celebrate the 4th of July. ANCHORAGE Anchorage’s 4th of July Festival will take place on the Delaney
Christine Robbins is president of the local nonprofit, Spirit of ’76, which relaunched the Fairbanks Independence Day Parade last year for the first time in more than 50 years. This event is back for 2022 in what organizers hope will become an
With taxpayer-funded public libraries in Alaska and across the country increasingly choosing to highlight and prominently display sexualized and gender queer books aimed at young children, especially during so-called “LGBTQ Pride Month,” a national
The State of Alaska just released a report titled “Alaska Population Projections: 2021-2050,” which predicts that state population will slightly increase over the next three decades, but the population will also age rapidly and include far less children.
“We are in a real war, with real blood being shed, real lives being lost, a true genocide in our midst.” “This is a war, a bloody war, for the soul of our country.” “We fight not only in the temporal world, but the Powers, Thrones, Dominions and
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