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NANA recently reacquired WHPacific Alaska, an engineering firm with offices in Anchorage and Utqiagvik.
By Tracy Barbour
Despite the logistical challenges, telecommunications companies Alaska Communications, Arctic Slope Telecom Association Cooperative (ASTAC), GCI, and Quintillion continue to enhance technology infrastructure in Arctic Alaska.
By Julie Stricker
During the height of the summer tourist season, caravans of motorhomes and SUVs en route to and from the Kenai Peninsula run into a fifteen-mile bottleneck on the Sterling Highway.
By Vanessa Orr
“There is a lot of skepticism regarding electric vehicles in Alaska, and we wanted to create an opportunity to diffuse any misperceptions,” says Abul Hassan, director of public transportation for the Municipality of Anchorage. “The technology is here to stay, and we need to move with the times or get left behind.”