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Opinions on the salmon habitat initiative officially dubbed Ballot Measure 1 are about as diverse as Alaska's fisheries. [Read More]
Catches for next year's groundfish fisheries reflect ups and downs for Alaska's key species — pollock and Pacific cod — and the stocks appear to... [Read More]
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Increasingly acidic oceans are expected to affect marine species on which fishermen of all stripes rely. One of the things that's not known is how... [Read More]
A lot of unanswered questions, concern about fishery access and uncertainty about who is responsible remain part of the debate over how to register and... [Read More]
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State gasline officials celebrated progress ensuring Alaskans will have first crack at filling the thousands of jobs that could be available to build the $43... [Read More]
State regulators heard mixed reaction from oil industry representatives about proposed increases to bonding requirements for drilling new wells. [Read More]
The Alaska Policy Forum is part of a nationwide network of Koch brothers-funded extreme right-wingers advocating for the privatization of public education, "right-to-work" laws and... [Read More]
As former Attorneys General, and Alaskans fortunate enough to call this great state home, we urge Alaskans to vote "No" on Ballot Measure 1. [Read More]
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Alaska internet service providers are getting millions of dollars to provide lower-price service to rural health care centers, but not as much as they asked... [Read More]
Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities Statewide Airport Operations Superintendent Jeremy Worrall has been elected to the board of directors of the Northwest Chapter... [Read More]
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Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott has resigned effective immediately, Gov. Bill Walker's office said in a statement Tuesday afternoon. The statement said Mallott "recently made inappropriate... [Read More]
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It's not much, but there is a red king crab season. And snow crab is up 45 percent, and Tanners are down slightly, but at... [Read More]
A company new to Alaska developing one of the state's largest oil prospects is planning to further delineate the field by drilling two more wells... [Read More]
NOTICE OF SALE TO THE HEIRS OF TITILUPE V. SAPPA;  Trustee, CLEAR RECON CORP, will sell realty for cash to the highest bidder at 3RD... [Read More]
The Board of Fisheries will once again have to tangle with the issue of hatchery pink salmon production at its upcoming work session Oct. 15-19... [Read More]
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Cook Inlet's commercial fishermen feel that mandated closures played a part in them missing the boat on many of the salmon they could have harvested... [Read More]
Anchorage and Kodiak were the only two areas where vacancies rose in 2018 and rents dropped, according to the latest survey by Alaska Economic Trends... [Read More]
Parties to a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state's plan to use bonds to pay off oil tax credits are going backward to move... [Read More]
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Officials are on the clock to hash out the all-important details of the $1 billion sale of Anchorage Municipal Light and Power to Chugach Electric... [Read More]
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Like many efforts involving Cook Inlet salmon, Fish for the Future started with frustration. Unlike many of those, it didn't end there. [Read More]
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