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    On Dec. 1, many Anchorage businesses will either be forcibly closed or severely limited for the duration of 2020. This decision rests...

    Assemblywoman Allard urges Anchorage to keep fighting

    Anchorage has been through a lot this year, but her people are strong and many who have never before gotten involved have...

    Court ruling may doom Anchorage’s ban on LGBTQ counseling

    Last week, the 11th Circuit struck down a South Florida ban against counseling that help youth overcome unwanted same-sex attraction or gender...

    Freedom loving Anchorage diner owner giving out free Thanksgiving meals

    Restaurant owners in Anchorage have had a hard go at it this year with various city mandates that have shuttered in-person dining...

    CORRECTION: Mat-Su Borough Assembly is not seeking to impose a mask mandate

    On Nov. 19 the Watchman published an article which suggested that the Mat-Su Borough Assembly was seeking approval from Alaska’s attorney general’s...

    Some Alaska recounts underway, but voters can request more

    A number of Alaska contests were razor close in the recent general election, leading many to wonder whether the state will conduct...

    Palmer delays mask mandate vote to next week after hearing massive opposition

    Hundreds of Palmer area residents stood in bitter cold weather outside the Palmer City Council chambers on Nov. 18 for a chance...

    Fairbanks approves LGBTQ class in narrow 4-3 vote

    After a year of unprecedented public comment over highly controversial changes to the Fairbanks School District’s curriculum, the final piece of the...

    Trump is fighting a bloodless coup d’état … and it’s far from over

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    Anchorage Assembly chair belittles public comments, votes to extend emergency declaration

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    Rep. Young on ‘road to recovery’ after positive COVID test

    Fresh off his victory over challenger Alyse Galvin, U.S. Rep. Don Young said he is doing well after contracting COVID-19 last week....

    Fairbanks Schools are methodically undermining traditional values

    The Fairbanks School Board is being pressured to approve the final piece in one of the most controversial curriculum overhauls in the...

    Palmer progressives want to wield newfound power to mandate masks

    Following victories in the recent October election, progressives on the Palmer City Council now enjoy a narrow 4-3 majority, which they will...

    Petition launched against Anchorage Assembly’s ‘oppressive’ emergency declaration

    Fed up with what they view as the “detrimental impacts” of oppressive COVID-19 mandates, Anchorage residents have launched an online petition urging...

    Proofs of a stolen election

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    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...

    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...

    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)...

    Radical socialists aim to usher in a new regime on Nov. 3

    I was reading a prominent American sociologist Charles Murray’s book, “Losing ground: American social policy, 1950–1980,” which is about the terrible failures...

    Fairbanks continues unconstitutional persecution of Christian camp

    I was on the Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly for six years and fielded many calls from constituents with some particular issues....

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