Mat-Su Central, a correspondence program in the Mat-Su School District, is welcoming Anchorage-area families who are unhappy with the school district’s last-minute decision to clamp down on how families use correspondence allotments. Last month, Anchorage
What’s the value of a human being’s life? How about our freedom? It’s time to seriously think about these questions because they are increasingly under threat. A recent interview with the son of a pastor in Canada is a case in point. His
In an Aug. 1 decree that acknowledged Alaska’s love of firearms and hunting, Gov. Mike Dunleavy proclaimed August to be “Shooting Sports Month” in Alaska. Noting that “countless Alaskans rely on and take pride in the ability to utilize firearms to
On Aug. 7, the director of outreach at Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.) will deliver a live Zoom talk for a Mat-Su group discuss his organization’s ongoing effort to fight child sex trafficking in Alaska and around the world. Hosted by School of
In a move that could impact popular student archery and hunter safety courses across Alaska, the Biden administration is now withholding key federal funding for elementary and secondary schools that provide archery or hunting classes. The U.S. Department of
Super Bowl television advertisements have become part of American culture. The number one ad in 2010 was for an Audi diesel-electric hybrid. You can watch it, and the “extended footage” versions, on You Tube. Entitled “The Green Police,” it featured
Here in Nenana, agricultural land has been opened up and we have had several meetings about the use of the land and the ideas people have for it. Personally, as long as the farmers don’t destroy the environment with pesticides, I’m all for it.
The American union is likely beyond saving through either politics or religion. I don’t enjoy saying that. The disconnect is too far gone. You can neither reason nor argue with a madman, a mob or a monkey. The mainstream media censors everything and accuses
Mat-Su patriots will be out in force for the annual Independence Day parade in Wasilla on July 4. Typically, the all-day celebration draws thousands of residents to downtown Wasilla. An announcement from the City of Wasilla notes that this year’s
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