Longtime pro-life advocates are engaging residents from across the Fairbanks area during the July 29-Aug. 7 Tanana Valley State Fair in Fairbanks. Interior Right to Life is, again, manning a booth at this year’s fair with the aim of educating the public on
We published a story today about the malicious treatment of veterans with chronic pain by the Alaska VA and one Dr Cynthia Joe who is responsible. The Alaska Watchman was contacted by a group of surgeons who are at their wits end with the Alaska VA and are
In a recent commentary, I pointed out the shift in focus among hospitals from refuges for the sick and injured into profit centered extraction chambers that almost omit a sucking sound as you walk through the sliding doors… but it’s probably just the
The Fairbanks-based Right to Life Interior Alaska will be holding an important meeting later this month to reorganize under new leadership. Lance Roberts serves as chair of the organization, but he is stepping down this summer to run for the Fairbanks
Editor’s note: The following message was originally posted on Facebook by Elizabeth Welsh, one of the organizers of the Open Alaska group which advocates rolling back many of the oppressive COVID mandates in Anchorage. This is what she would have said to
Fairbanks Bishop Chad Zielinski has released a clarion call to Catholics in northern Alaska, saying they can “never morally support or vote” for political candidates who support abortion. Released earlier this month, his letter seeks to guide parishioners
Fairbanks residents will have three opportunities this week to pray and protest for an end to abortion. The first event invites pro-life residents to hold signs and pray on street corners across the city on Jan. 22, which marks the 47th anniversary of the
Proponents of doctor-prescribed suicide — or assisted suicide — have so far failed to bring the deadly practice to Alaska. But crucial battles lie ahead. And Alaska’s isolated disabled, elderly and poor — the biggest targets for an inexpensive
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