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Former Alaska Dispatch News owner Alice Rogoff's attorney asked a federal bankruptcy court on Jan. 9 to hold off granting access to certain bank documents... [Read More]
Department of Natural Resources officials issued a notice of default to Furie Operating Alaska Dec. 26 for failing to make good on its drilling commitments... [Read More]
Positive results from a well test have helped give a small independent oil company another shot at finally developing its North Slope prospect. [Read More]
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The official Pebble mine plan released Jan. 5 by federal regulators describes a scaled-back project relative to prior concepts, but opponents contend it is a... [Read More]
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Copper River Seafoods highlighted its emerging role as a mainstay in the Alaska economy in a short ceremony Jan. 8 that celebrated selling 250,000 pounds... [Read More]
Before we can predict the future of Alaska's housing market, we need to remind ourselves about some of the unique factors affecting our market. [Read More]
The only thing surprising about U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinding the Obama administration's policy of nonenforcement in states that have legalized recreational use of... [Read More]
We owe a huge debt of gratitude to our congressional delegation of Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Sen. Dan Sullivan, and Congressman Don Young. They delivered the... [Read More]
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April 1 would become a new self-imposed deadline for the Alaska Legislature to pass the education budget if a bill pre-filed by Sen. Gary Stevens... [Read More]
Altman Rogers &Co. announced its acquisition of Daniel, Hewko &Tharp CPAs. Effective Jan. 1, the newly combined firms will continue to be known as Altman... [Read More]
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A new technical vocational high school planned for Anchorage could involve hundreds of new partnership opportunities for local businesses to help shape an emerging workforce. [Read More]
The Interior Department will explore a land exchange that could lead to construction of a road through a national wildlife refuge in Alaska. An agreement... [Read More]
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The Alaska Marijuana Control Board will still consider license applications at its next meeting but could be one member short after the Jan. 4 resignation... [Read More]
Alaska's U.S. Attorney and state marijuana regulators vowed to continue business as usual after Attorney General Jeff Sessions changed the previous administration's enforcement position on... [Read More]
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The Interior Department's latest offshore oil and gas leasing proposal released Thursday juxtaposes the plan put in place late in the Obama administration in almost... [Read More]
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued direction to all U.S. attorneys Jan. 4 rescinding the "Cole Memo" written in 2013 that established a federal policy of... [Read More]
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Alaska is still in a tough spot, with high crime rates, the nation's highest unemployment rate and an unsustainable state budget situation, but Sen. Dan... [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski made three additions to her Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee staff: Suzanne Cunningham as senior policy advisor for oil and... [Read More]
For 27 years this weekly column has featured news for and about Alaska's commercial fishing industry. It began in 1991 in the Anchorage Daily News... [Read More]
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A paramount year is shaping up for Alaska. [Read More]
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