More than 500 people lined the pews in the main auditorium of Anchorage Baptist Temple on Saturday to remember longtime U.S. Congressman Don Young.
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Don Young eulogized as deal-maker and dad
A second public church service for Young will be Saturday at Anchorage Baptist Temple.
Conservative Alaska lawmakers hear from constituents about ivermectin, vaccines
Dozens of Alaskans shared frustration and anger over pandemic restrictions, COVID-19 vaccines and what they see as the medical community’s suppression of alternative treatments for the virus at a gathering Monday at Anchorage Baptist Temple.
Anchorage mayor could face $52,650 fine for campaign finance violations
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson’s campaign violated numerous campaign finance laws and should be fined $52,650, according to a recent report from the Alaska Public Offices Commission.
Alumni recount racial discrimination and demand change at Anchorage private Christian schools
Alumni say they were inspired by recent protests across the country — and the racist reactions to those protests by staff members.
Anchorage Assembly passes state’s first LGBT anti-discrimination measure
Opposition to the bill came primarily from two conservative assemblymembers who said the measure infringes on residents’ religious and speech rights.