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Rainbow wave reached Alaska as national LGBTQ strategy evolves

With the midterm ballot tabulations finally winding down, it’s clear that the LGBTQ political and cultural strategy has entered a new phase both in Alaska and across America. Increasingly, candidates are being elected to public office who openly identify as

Eagle River church vandalized again with phallic symbols

For the second time in six months, St. Andrew Catholic Church in Eagle River has suffered a vandalism attack. The night before Thanksgiving, a vandal spray painted nine large phallic symbols on the outside of the church. The images are nearly identical to

To Alaskans who burn brightest!

With the turkeys all carved and eaten, and most of the dishes cleaned, we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude to fellow Alaskans who have exhibited courage, fortitude and incredible compassion over the last few years. We are grateful to the

Why give thanks?

We live in a world wounded by profound and ever-growing confusion and injustice. Often, it seems conservative, God-fearing Americans are waging a cultural and spiritual battle defined by occasional victories which are quickly overshadowed by

Peltola beats Palin in Alaska’s U.S. House race

U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola has defeated Republicans Sarah Palin and Nick Begich to retain her seat in the U.S. House. After three rounds of ranked-choice tabulation on Nov. 23, Peltola beat Palin 136,893 votes to 112,255 votes. Under Alaska’s new ranked

Why give thanks?

We live in a world wounded by profound and ever-growing confusion and injustice. Often, it seems conservative, God-fearing Americans are waging a cultural and spiritual battle defined by occasional victories which are quickly overshadowed by