A group of climate alarmists and critical race theory activists are hoping to resist efforts to alter and limit the scope of the Fairbanks North Star Borough’s controversial “Climate Action & Adaptation Plan.” Area environmentalists had hoped to
Despite mounting reports that new electronic vehicles perform poorly and may actually cause greater overall damage to the environment than gas automobiles, the Fairbanks Borough Assembly may soon begin replacing its existing fleet with electronic vehicles. A
GUEST COLUMN BY JON & RUTH EWIG Whether we have young children or teens in homeschool, private or public school we need to fulfill our duty as American citizens to participate in voting at the local community as well as state and national levels.
Johanna Ray planned a winter birthday party for her six-year-old son during the Feb. 22 open swim time at the Hamme Pool in Fairbanks. What was supposed to be a family friendly environment was quickly shattered when a transgender biological male entered into
Fairbanks conservatives had a golden opportunity to build on their 2020 victories but were unable to duplicate last year’s success when they won seven of eight borough and city races. The unofficial results of the Oct. 5 election show that hard-left
Fairbanks conservatives surged to victory in 2020 with seven of eight races going their way. In an effort to build on this momentum and elect even more strong pro-life and pro-family candidates in Fairbanks, Alaska Family Action has released its latest Values
Ten candidates running for borough or city offices in Fairbanks this October participated in a recent online forum where they shared views on LGBTQ issues, community-run police oversight boards and climate change, among other issues. Hosted by the UAF Nanook
Former Fairbanks Borough assemblyman, Lance Roberts, announced June 4 at the GOP luncheon at the Westmark, Fairbanks that he intends to run for the Borough Assembly once again in the 2021 contest. Roberts served on the Assembly from 2012 to 2018. This was a
The Fairbanks North Star Borough will consider an ordinance at its April 22 meeting, which looks to approve the controversial ranked choice voting system, similar to what the State of Alaska will use for the first time in the next statewide primary election
I was on the Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly for six years and fielded many calls from constituents with some particular issues. I was happy to try and help them out and created many ordinances trying to fix the code that was hamstringing their life.
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