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49th State Brewing Co.'s theater buzzed with excitement. Not because a casting producer from Shark Tank was visiting Alaska for the first time (she was,... [Read More]
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Think quickly, envision three successful entrepreneurs: who comes to mind? If Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, or Sergey Brin pop into your head, you aren't alone.... [Read More]
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Like so many kids, Ben Kellie wanted to be an astronaut. He may not be going to outer space himself anytime soon, but Kellie knows... [Read More]
Exploration interest remained high in the state's North Slope and Beaufort Sea annual lease sales held Thursday morning, which netted $28.1 million for the state... [Read More]
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Exploration interest remained high in the state's North Slope and Beaufort Sea annual lease sales held Thursday morning, which netted $28.9 million for the state... [Read More]
Gov.-elect Mike Dunleavy has made former state Division of Oil and Gas Director Corri Feige his pick for Department of Natural Resources commissioner Wednesday afternoon.... [Read More]
Alaska Gasline Development Corp. leaders have approved the formation of a subsidiary firm to manage funding for the $43 billion Alaska LNG Project as they... [Read More]
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At the top, at least, Alaska's politics have shifted back to red. [Read More]
What's a little more uncertainty among friends? [Read More]
This season was a sour one for salmon fishermen across the Gulf of Alaska, and participants in multiple fisheries are seeking funding for relief. [Read More]
The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. told federal regulators Nov. 6 that it plans to start building construction camps and access roads at the natural gas... [Read More]
Alaska salmon fishermen harvested 114.5 million fish during the 2018 season for a payout of $595 million at the docks. That's down 13 percent from... [Read More]
After nine years with the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, Executive Director Alexa Tonkovich has resigned. [Read More]
The Alaska Chamber announced 12 new members of its board of directors. Cory Baggen, vice president for Samson Tug &Barge, will continue to serve as... [Read More]
This has been a big year for those behind the Donlin Gold project. [Read More]
Working in Anchorage's low-income neighborhoods, I have seen firsthand the toll the recession has taken on neighborhood businesses and the local economy. Commercial vacancies are... [Read More]
My father is a rancher, so he speaks in "cowboy-isms". He once told me, "You go to school to learn you're ABCs, but you go... [Read More]
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is hopeful the recent progress that has been made restoring the federal budgeting process can be continued and believes the new Congress... [Read More]
Julia Casey moved to Anchorage in 2017 as an Americorps VISTA. Although she was placed in a position supporting entrepreneurs at the University of Alaska... [Read More]
Billy Reynolds is often short on words but long on hard work. [Read More]
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