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Few in Alaska have the expertise to move an entire village, but a process at work now getting Newtok nine miles downriver to Mertarvik is... [Read More]
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The company spearheading the Pebble mine is again long on mineral prospects but short on cash after another major potential funder turned away from the... [Read More]
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The Marijuana Control Board will have its third police chief sitting in the designated public safety seat after the appointment of Jeff Ankerfelt of Sitka,... [Read More]
First quarter revenue for Alaska Communications Systems Group Inc. was down just 1.2 percent despite reporting $11.8 million in unpaid receivables from the federal program... [Read More]
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GCI Liberty posted first quarter 2018 revenues of $216.4 million, down from $225.3 million last year, after getting hit with a $6 million revenue shortfall... [Read More]
Jim Harty puts hundreds of miles a week on his car traveling to meet with business owners applying for Small Business Administration loans through Wells... [Read More]
A Palmer hay grower has teamed up with a timothy hay farmer in eastern Washington to sell to customers in Japan and South Korea. [Read More]
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Alaska's top resource managers believe a successful exploration season could signal the dawn of a renaissance on the North Slope. [Read More]
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NANA Development Corp. has bought back into Alaska after a challenging financial period pushed the company to sell several of its subsidiaries. [Read More]
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88 Energy is getting ready to test the production capacity of its latest North Slope exploration well as it evaluates seismic data that could lead... [Read More]
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The mothershippers are fighting with the groundfish shoreplants in a politicized Bering Sea commercial fishing tussle reaching all the way to Washington, D.C. [Read More]
The way that fisheries are managed determines the daily tempo for fishing families' lives. Managers set the dates and times…the whens and wheres and whos... [Read More]
The University of Alaska Southeast announced that Dr. Thomas Thornton has been selected as the new Dean of Arts &Sciences. He will also serve as... [Read More]
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I love salmon, but I care deeply about Alaska too. That's why I oppose the salmon initiative. [Read More]
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When Gov. Bill Walker announced the delegation for Opportunity Alaska: China Trade Mission, it probably wasn't very surprising to see businesses from the timber, mining,... [Read More]
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