HeartReach, an established and expanding pro-life pregnancy center in Wasilla, will hold its annual 5K for Life on June 18. While the family-friendly event is free, it is also one of three primary fundraisers conducted each year. Donations made during
Homer teens are being actively recruited and trained by radical LGBTQ, pro-abortion and critical race theory activists to provide so-called “peer education” to their fellow students enrolled in the Kenai Peninsula School District. The trainings are
Hard-left administrators presiding over the Fairbanks School District want to use public schools to foster deep philosophical debate over highly controversial issues. Last week, the district asked the school board to approve a policy update that empowers and
At its April 19 meeting, the Fairbanks School Board began early consideration of a policy change that would require the district’s superintendent and educational administrators to support teachers who wish to explore controversial issues during classroom
Alaska continues to be plagued by embarrassingly high rates of sexually transmitted diseases. We are consistently in the top 10 for gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia. These are preventable diseases that spread due to rampant, multi-partner sexual behavior,
The Alaska Department of Health & Social Services (DHSS) issued an alert this week, warning residents that Alaska ranks third in the nation for sexually transmitted syphilis and chlamydia cases, and eighth in the nation for gonorrhea cases. In
Staff from the Alaska Department of Health & Social Services are recruiting young people, ages 14 to 21, for a state-run program focused on “youth health issues.” While Youth Alliance for a Healthier Alaska (YAHA) may address issues surrounding
In an effort to avoid diluting the conservative vote, Anchorage School Board candidate Cliff Murray has suspended his campaign in the current mail-in election and thrown his support behind fellow conservative Mark Anthony Cox. Cox is attempting to unseat
In an effort to find out where Anchorage School Board candidates stand on some of the most controversial and critical issues facing public schools, the Watchman sent survey questions to each of the eight candidates running for two seats on the Anchorage
Facing a dramatic and continuing decline in student enrollment, the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District voted earlier this month to shutter three elementary schools. Now, it is set to eliminate nearly 70 full-time teacher positions for next year.
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