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    Petition warns Alaska Airlines not to mandate a COVID vaccine for travel

    With growing speculation that a COVID-19 vaccine may soon be a condition for flying on major airlines, a petition is now circulating online to...

    2020 exposed a festering disease in America

    This past winter the world began to change before our very eyes as the specter of an unknown global pandemic struck fear into the...

    Amid COVID closures, Anchorage church forges ahead with ‘Christmas Spectacular’

    One of the most prominent churches in Anchorage is going big this holiday season with its annual community Christmas celebration. Dec. 11-13, Anchorage Baptist Temple...

    U.S. Supreme Court ruling will protect Alaska churches from unconstitutional mandates

    A U.S. Supreme Court decision issued Nov. 25, heralds the dawn of a new era - the return of the rule of law. Roman Catholic...

    Anchorage residents to protest latest shutdown at Dec. 8 Assembly meeting

    With much of Anchorage back in lockdown mode after the latest emergency order issued by Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson, area residents are planning to...

    Dunleavy hails ‘bravery and final sacrifice’ of Pearl Harbor heroes

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued a proclamation to mark the 79th anniversary of the surprise attack on the United States at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec....

    ‘Why are masks so political? What’s the big deal?’

    A good friend recently asked, “Why are masks so political? What’s so controversial about wearing a little face covering?” The answer to the first question...

    Judge asked to block Anchorage Assembly from holding closed-door meetings

    Superior Court Judge Una Sonia Gandbhir heard oral arguments, Dec. 4, in a lawsuit claiming the Anchorage Assembly violated Alaska’s Open Meetings Act by...

    Palmer mask mandate likely doesn’t have the votes to pass

    On Friday, Dec. 4, the Palmer City Council will read the final 250 some written testimonies on a highly controversial proposal to impose a...

    Lawsuit claims Ballot Measure 2 violates U.S. and Alaska constitutions

    One day after the Alaska Division of Elections certified the general election results, a lawsuit was filed on Dec. 1 in Alaska Superior Court...

    Downtown Anchorage echoes with honking protests on eve of latest shutdown

    Several dozen vehicles, draped in flags and signs, circled Anchorage City Hall on Nov. 30 to protest a new lockdown imposed by Acting Mayor...

    Anchorage to rally ‘against tyranny’ on eve of lockdown

    On the eve of a month-long citywide lockdown mandate, Anchorage residents will circle the wagons around city hall for a “rolling protest against tyranny.” The...

    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 Alaska. “The economic...

    Much of Anchorage headed to lockdown for all of December

    Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson has issued a stringent new emergency order that will shut down or severely limit scores of Anchorage businesses in the...

    Court ruling may doom Anchorage’s ban on LGBTQ counseling

    Last week, the 11th Circuit struck down a South Florida ban against counseling that help youth overcome unwanted same-sex attraction or gender confusion. The...

    Palmer mayor welcomes more public comment on controversial mask mandate proposal

    If last week’s Palmer City Council meeting is any indication, local residents have strong opinions over a proposed citywide mask mandate. While the in-person public...

    Palmer delays mask mandate vote to next week after hearing massive opposition

    Hundreds of Palmer area residents stood in bitter cold weather outside the Palmer City Council chambers on Nov. 18 for a chance to publicly...

    Anchorage Assembly chair belittles public comments, votes to extend emergency declaration

    After two hours of public testimony which overwhelmingly opposed extending the emergency declaration in Anchorage, the Assembly voted 7-3 to keep it until at...

    Survey looks to see if residents will shop in Palmer under a mask mandate

    A new survey been launched in the lead up to the Palmer City Council’s special meeting on Nov. 18 where it will vote on...

    Opponents prep to resist Anchorage Assembly’s plan to extend COVID mandates

    On Monday, Nov. 16, the Anchorage Assembly will hold a special meeting to extend its emergency COVID declaration for the fifth time – prolonging...

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