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
Mat-Su residents packed the streets of downtown Palmer this past weekend to celebrate Colony Days in honor of the 203 original farming families that carved out an agricultural community back in 1935. The annual event was mired in controversy earlier this year
Three days after the Palmer Chamber of Commerce announced it had “rebranded” the historic “Colony Days” celebration to “The Braided River Festival” the organization issued a public apology and unanimously reversed course. Not only did the Chamber
Months after renaming the annual “Colony Christmas” celebration to “Hometown Holidays,” the Palmer Chamber of Commerce announced that it has now “rebranded” the historic “Colony Days” event to “Braided River Festival.” Beginning this June
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