Following a contentious annual membership meeting last month, the Mat-Su Health Foundation board of directors wants to hold “dialogue” sessions with its members, many of whom are increasingly frustrated over the organization’s support for leftist social
The Mat-Su Health Foundation, one of the most powerful and well-funded organizations in the Mat-Su, will hold its annual members-only meeting on Monday, June 12. This provides a chance for members to address concerns and controversies that have come to light
You might have thought that recalling three Palmer City Council members last year would dampen the Democratic leftist, socialist ideology being pushed in some influential circles around the Mat-Su. But these four council members (including one who lost her
MacKenzie Scott, the former wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has donated $15 million to the Mat-Su Health Foundation to help further its controversial equity agenda in the Mat-Su. Scott is one of the wealthiest women in the world, and an avid donor to
The Mat-Su Health Foundation, one of the most powerful and well-funded organizations in the Mat-Su, will hold its annual membership meeting tonight, June 13. It will be a chance for members to address some heated controversies that have come to light in
In the wake of the heated controversy over the Palmer Chamber of Commerce’s failed attempt to rebrand the historic Palmer Colony Days celebration into “The Braided River Festival,” the Watchman has discovered one major corporate power behind this push
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