The impending termination of the state public health emergency order and expected July 1 changes to FEMA reimbursement guidelines will terminate eligibility for “congregate sheltering.” There is no grey area. The Sullivan shelter, as a component of the
While the vast majority of American adults still profess a belief in God, their ranks are shrinking, according to a new study published by Gallup. According to a May survey, 81% of U.S. adults now believe in God, which is six percentage points lower than 2017
The annual corporate, governmental and media blitz to blanket the nation in myriad LGBTQ rainbows has reached new heights this year, both in Alaska and around the world. Pride Month, which is observed by many left-leaning institutions across the entire month
In a 5-2 vote the Ketchikan City Council rejected a proposal to cancel a June 17 “Drag Queen Story Hour” geared for young children at the local public library. A motion to nix the controversial event was put forward by Councilman Riley Gass for the June
The ACLU of Alaska is directing LGBTQ activists to flood the June 15 Mat-Su School Board meeting in opposition to a plan that would safeguard girls’ sports from biological males who claim to be female. Most school board members appear to be on board with
Amid mass confusion among young people surrounding gender identity and human sexuality, an Anchorage-based apologetics group is planning to tackle some of the most difficult questions of our age. Wisdom Apologetics will address these issues with an upcoming
A group of Soldotna residents are planning a counter rally to affirm the traditional Judeo-Christian view of human sexuality and marriage during the Soldotna Pride March on June 17. The Pride march will begin at 5:45 p.m. from the Soldotna Sports Complex (538
Nearly every single military entity dedicated to protecting Alaska and the nation as a whole is using taxpayer resources to push acceptance of LGBTQ lifestyles and sexual identities during the month of June. Federal entities in Alaska that are actively
An enthusiastic crowd gathered at Ted Stevens International Airport in Anchorage on June 12 to welcome the team of athletes, coaches and support staff who returned from a week in Orlando, Florida, where they earned 43 medals in the Special Olympics USA Games.
Mat-Su residents packed the streets of downtown Palmer this past weekend to celebrate Colony Days in honor of the 203 original farming families that carved out an agricultural community back in 1935. The annual event was mired in controversy earlier this year
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