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Monthly Archives: June, 2020

Alaska Airlines to give ‘yellow card’ warnings to those unmasked offenders

Starting in July, Alaska Airlines flight attendants will be able to issue a final notice to any traveler who repeatedly refuses to wear a...

Old Glory joined by Alaska flag on Flattop Mountain

An attempt by a retired biology professor to remove the American flag from Flattop Mountain has begun to, shall we say, flag in recent...

‘Truth Unmasked’ project shut down by GoFundMe, funds seized and returned to donors

NO EXPLANATION GIVEN FOR WHY 'MASK' PROJECT BROKE 'RULES' Update: Must Read Alaska has taken down the first video of this project because the doctor...

Will tomorrow’s PFD be the last one you’ll ever see?

The 2020 Permanent Fund dividend check will hit the pocketbooks of Alaskans starting tomorrow. Some 90 percent of eligible Alaskans will get the...

‘Cancel culture’ petitions continue: Rename Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

On Tuesday, a petition at Change.org popped up to change the name of the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail to something ... it doesn't say...

Juneau Assembly considers new ‘systemic racism’ committee to screen laws

The Juneau Assembly voted Monday, 5-4, to hold off on a new proposal that would create a committee to review every ordinance and resolution...

‘High holy day’ cancelled as Juneau Assembly says no to fireworks show on July 3rd

The Juneau Assembly had earlier cancelled the Fourth of July parade due to the current pandemic, but had said the fireworks display on July...

Former mayors to Berkowitz: Please use public process in decision on Cook statue

(The following letter was addressed to Mayor Ethan Berkowitz and the Anchorage Assembly and signed by four former mayors) Many residents are concerned with the...

District 7, SCC Republicans endorse Gattis over Kurka

District 7 Republicans in Wasilla have endorsed former Rep. Lynn Gattis for House District 7, and today the State Central Committee of the Alaska...

Berkowitz seeks to declare sovereignty over State offices, facilities to enforce his mask mandate

CONTRADICTS ATTORNEY GENERAL IN MEMO TODAY Mayor Ethan Berkowitz says the mask mandate for the Municipality of Anchorage does, indeed, extend to State-owned offices and...

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