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    Palmer fireworks kick off Christmas season with thanksgiving to God

    Twenty-two years ago, local businessman Stanley Guthrie gave his life to Christ and felt compelled to mark the landmark decision with a...

    State looks to make emergency marijuana regs permanent in post-COVID Alaska

    After loosening marijuana distribution regulations due to COVID-19, Alaska is now looking to make those emergency measures permanent in a post-COVID Alaska.

    Santa headed to Mat-Su holiday event

    Santa and his reindeer are headed to a family friendly holiday event in the Mat-Su next month.

    Workshop to explore states’ rights in Alaska

    The Alaska Policy Forum, a conservative Alaska think tank, is hosting a workshop that promotes economic freedom and natural resource development in...

    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...

    Anchorage residents gathering to pray for city outside Loussac Library

    Today, Nov. 20, at 4:30 p.m., a group of Anchorage residents will gather at the Loussac Library, home of the Anchorage Assembly...

    Historic Fur Rondy sled dog race cancelled due to COVID

    The Fur Rendezvous Open World Championship Sled Dog Race is cancelled this winter. The...

    Popular conservative talk shows dropped after new group buys Alaska station

    Three days after the Nov. 3 election, the home of Dennis Prager, Larry Elder and local radio host Eddie Burke suddenly started...

    Dunleavy praises warriors on Veterans Day

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy said Americans are “eternally indebted” to veterans for their “valiant service” and readiness to “put their lives on the...

    ‘This isn’t over’ – Trump rallies set for Anchorage, Kenai & Juneau this week

    Facebook has spent the last few days pulling down pages that suggest it is too soon to call the presidential election for...

    Trump supporters to hold ‘Stop the Steal’ rally in Anchorage

    With President Trump poised to begin a series of court challenges over questionable election irregularities in several key states, Alaskans are joining...

    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...

    Video shows conservative base energized across Alaska

    A number of conservative rallies, motorcades and political events have occurred across Alaska over the past few months (and many more are...

    Debunking ‘white privilege theory’ with facts

    Progressive activists claim that "white privilege theory" it is a social construct and social movement for justice, equal rights and opportunities for...

    Alaska has lowest COVID death rate in the nation, even as cases grow

    Most of local headlines this past week have focused on the surge in COVID cases across Alaska. But a quick search the...

    Marxism’s connection to ‘white privilege’ doctrine

    The privilege many hard-working people have enjoyed in our country is because they applied themselves diligently regardless of their color, gender, ethnicity...

    Alaska’s largest annual gun show set for Oct. 24 in Palmer

    Alaskans who support the constitutional right to keep and bear arms, shooting sports, hunting, gun collecting, and historical firearms are gathering in...

    Yes, Alaska churches can speak out on politics – here’s how

    What can a pastor legally say from the pulpit regarding politics, candidates and ballot initiatives? Can clergy educate their congregation on key political and...

    Juneau using $300,000 in CARES Act funds to pay for COVID inspired art

    The Juneau Assembly has set aside $300,000 in CARES Act funding to commission COVID-19 inspired artwork. The CARES Act is intended to...

    Anchorage pastors issue call to reject racism because all are ‘created in God’s image’

    Editor’s note: A group of 21 Anchorage pastors issued a joint letter introducing a new initiative that aims to combat racism by...

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