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Billy Reynolds is often short on words but long on hard work. [Read More]
A pair of Alaska Native organizations and a multinational industrial technology firm believe they can find the missing link to the natural gas supply chain... [Read More]
For most communities with waterfront, erosion is not a future problem. It's a daily issue for planners, businesses and residents with approaches differing by community. [Read More]
State gasline officials have picked their plan to reroute a highway around the site for the massive LNG plant they hope to construct, but now... [Read More]
With the aid of stabilized oil prices, North Slope operators are ramping up activity on prospects in all stages of development. [Read More]
As Alaska's salmon season draws to a close, lots of fall fisheries are just getting underway from Ketchikan to the Bering Sea. [Read More]
Two years after the state's first cannabis entrepreneurs received their licenses, business owners are still wrestling with hangups in the regulatory system. [Read More]
Bobbie Sue Wolk, MS, PCC, BCC, owner of Rosewood Coaching, and the first International Coaching Federation executive coach in the state of Alaska, recently passed... [Read More]
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough alleges the state-led Alaska LNG Project team has presented "numerous factual errors and willfully misleading statements" to federal regulators and failed to... [Read More]
  Above are the 2018 Top Forty Under 40. (Photo by Michael Dinneen) Nomination Form Alaska's Top Forty Under 40, sponsored by the Alaska Journal... [Read More]
The backers of the Stand for Salmon ballot initiative well understand the power of pitting Alaskans against quote-unquote Outsiders. [Read More]
Alaska fishermen now have a little more leeway to borrow money from the state to pay for new permits, boats, licenses and other equipment. [Read More]
First they were underweight, with underwhelming numbers. Then they weren't there at all. Then they were coming in late, showing up as Upper Cook Inlet... [Read More]
With everyone in Alaska's crowded gubernatorial race for more oil and less crime, the candidates are trying to highlight what separates them in the final... [Read More]
Gov. Bill Walker christened Alaska's first kelp-based beer during a recent swing through Kodiak. [Read More]
Lack of new housing starts, particularly in duplex and multi-family, make it a good time for the small investor to enter the market. Multi-family permits... [Read More]
Though oil pipelines have attracted bigger protests — Keystone XL from Canada's oil sands into the United States and Dakota Access to move Bakken crude... [Read More]
Alex Slivka was appointed as the chief fiscal officer for the Municipality of Anchorage, effective Oct. 15. Slivka comes to the municipality from McKinley Capital... [Read More]
A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state law to pay off nearly $1 billion in oil and gas tax credits has slowed to a... [Read More]
Two out of three ain't bad, but there is still a lot of work ahead for the Alaska Gasline Development Corp. [Read More]