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After reading Philip Wight's opinion piece in the Anchorage Daily News regarding Hilcorp's purchase of BP's assets on the North Slope demanding Alaska shackle this... [Read More]
Alaska's ferries are facing a forecast of some rough seas ahead. [Read More]
Tags: Aging - Alaska - fleet
A new group calling itself OneAlaska has formed to fight a ballot initiative that seeks to boost production taxes paid by Alaska's largest oil companies. [Read More]
An increasing number of Alaskans are calling for greater financial transparency from Hilcorp, the privately owned company seeking to buy BP's North Slope assets, in... [Read More]
Editor's Note: This is the sixth installment of a continuing series on the Permanent Fund dvidend and Alaska's fiscal system. [Read More]
The company with two copper prospects in a remote, mineral-rich region of Alaska is adding another. [Read More]
Attention binge watchers: There's life beyond Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. [Read More]
Alaska's 2019 salmon season was worth $657.6 million to fishermen, a 10 percent increase from the 2018 fishery. [Read More]
Programs financed by a grant from Alaska's largest private individual health insurer are turning their eyes toward rural communities, where health outcomes tend to be... [Read More]
Anchorage is getting a $25 million shot in the arm to help rebuild its long beleaguered port. [Read More]
My work with the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation began as manager of its oil spill planning and response programs several months before the 1989... [Read More]
Dr. Math Trafton will serve as interim director at the Sitka campus of the University of Alaska Southeast once the post is vacated by Leslie... [Read More]
In the Bering Sea, commercial fishermen caught more halibut as bycatch this year. [Read More]
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