The faith-based organization, Revive Alaska Community Services (RACS), is on the verge of completing a special program aimed at getting seniors and veterans off the streets and into permanent housing. The Comfort Homes project includes 10 prefabricated
Anchorage Police Department Deputy Chief Sean Case invited the leader of an extreme leftist organization to help train police officers in cultural awareness and diversity. Case made his comments on May 22 during a one-hour online interview with Celeste Hodge
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson will host a full-fledged Memorial Day Ceremony this year. The event was canceled in 2020 when former Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz claimed it was too dangerous because of Covid. That did not, however, stop area residents from
In all the efforts to demonize conservatives, be they congressmen, legislators, parents in front of school boards, columnists and commentators, the threats coming from the far left have either been ignored or approved by the leaders of the Democratic Party.
Each week, Alaskan mothers give birth to more than 180 babies, beginning a lifelong mission to raise, care and love the souls entrusted to them. Thank you for the time, energy, love and a mother’s unique touch you pour into our lives. It is fitting that
The last 200 years has seen the Age of Faith, whose erosion began with the Renaissance, devolve into the Age of Science, to the point where science has no longer become merely science, but a replacement religion. Currently, it is quite a demanding religion as
At about midnight on May 4 the outside of St. Andrew Catholic Church in Eagle River was vandalized with more than a dozen spray painted phallic images on the church walls, windows and walkways. Nails were also left scattered across sections of the church
The four leading conservative candidates who are running to fill out the remaining months of the late Rep. Don Young’s term have answered a survey questionnaire that deals with some of the most contentious social issues facing the nation. Conducted by
Preservation Alaska is celebrating National Historic Preservation Month during May with the theme of: “Historic Preservation Starts at Home: People Saving Places.” Events will take place across the state with a combination of virtual and in-person
After a lengthy and heated discussion over whether teachers should be given a mandate to interject controversial issues into Fairbanks classrooms, the Fairbanks School Board unanimously struck down a proposed revision to its policy last week. The conservative
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