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SHI's New Interactive Exhibit to be Unveiled Next Week

SHI's New Interactive Exhibit to be Unveiled Next Week

Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) next week will unveil its new exhibit, Our Grandparents’ Names on the Land, which explores ancient place names and the innovative inventions that were used to catch halibut and salmon. The community is welcome to explore it free of charge on First Friday.
The Salvation Army Alaska Division Consolidates Rehabilitation Programs, Schedules Closing of Eagle River Family Store

The Salvation Army Alaska Division Consolidates Rehabilitation Programs, Schedules Closing of Eagle River Family Store

The Salvation Army has been serving in Alaska since 1898. To ensure our continued support to those in the most need for another 120 years The Salvation Army will be reorganizing their substance abuse rehabilitation services and closing one of its 14 family stores. With more Alaskans in need of our services every day, The Salvation Army determined that this transition will be the most effective way to direct more resources toward our rehabilitation program. By doing this we will be able to help the most people in the most need.
Governor Walker Establishes Alaska Military Museum

Governor Walker Establishes Alaska Military Museum

Governor Bill Walker signed Administrative Order No. 293 to memorialize Alaska’s military heritage and explore the creation of an Alaska Military History Museum.
Matson Community Giving Tops $3.7 Million in 2017

Matson Community Giving Tops $3.7 Million in 2017

Matson contributed a total of more than $3.7 million in cash and in-kind donations to charitable organizations and community efforts in the communities it serves in 2017, with more than $1 million in cash, services and equipment going to support 68 Alaska organizations – an increase in value and recipient organizations of more than 25 percent.
Fairbanks Visitor Industry Sponsors 16th “Walk for Charity”

Fairbanks Visitor Industry Sponsors 16th “Walk for Charity”

The Fairbanks visitor industry is organizing the 16th Visitor Industry Walk for Charity to be held on Friday, May 11, 2018. Families, friends and community groups are invited to sign up to walk and eat to support local non-profits. Registered walkers will meet on May 11th between 5:30 and 6 p.m. in the Immaculate Conception Church parking lot and follow a course that will take them through downtown Fairbanks.
Alaskanomics Blog: How is the State Dealing with the Shortfall in Pension Systems?

Alaskanomics Blog: How is the State Dealing with the Shortfall in Pension Systems?

A new paper by Cliff Groh, in collaboration with ISER faculty, looks at how the state government has dealt so far with a very big problem: the state's two largest retirement systems for public employees don't have enough money to cover future costs of pensions and benefits for state and local employees when they retire.
Alaska Suited for Growth in Renewable Energy Sector

Alaska Suited for Growth in Renewable Energy Sector

UAS Sitka Campus Selects Professor Leslie Gordon as Director

UAS Sitka Campus Selects Professor Leslie Gordon as Director

​UAS Professor Leslie Gordon has been selected as Campus Director of the University of Alaska Southeast, Sitka Campus. She currently serves as professor and program director for Health Information Management, and as assistant director of academic affairs. She has taught more than ten years at the campus and has built the Health Information Management (HIM) program into a vibrant, rigorous, externally-accredited program. She begins her new position effective May 13, 2018.
New Kiska Battlefield Exhibit Opens

New Kiska Battlefield Exhibit Opens

Commemorating a little-known Alaska battlefield of global significance, the Alaska Aviation Museum has created the Kiska Exhibit, opening Thursday, April 12, 2018. May marks the 75th commemorative anniversary of US efforts to retake the Japanese-held islands of Kiska and Attu. A slice of Alaska World War Two history, the Kiska Exhibit includes both historic and modern images of Kiska’s battlefield landscape.
Anchorage Business Partner to Transform Downtown District Through Design Thinking

Anchorage Business Partner to Transform Downtown District Through Design Thinking

Local businesses are partnering with city government and Alaska’s largest museum to use design to face-off with Anchorage’s big-city problems.
Eighth Annual Yakutat Tern Festival Begins May 31

Eighth Annual Yakutat Tern Festival Begins May 31

he Eighth Annual Yakutat Tern Festival is May 31-June 3, 2018. The festival is a celebration of the natural and cultural resources of Yakutat, Alaska, which hosts one of the largest and southernmost known nesting colonies of Aleutian Terns, as well as Arctic Terns and up to 200 other bird species that nest in or migrate through the area.
Alaska Hot Springs, Far and Wide

Alaska Hot Springs, Far and Wide

New Online Portal to Communicate Salmon Science

New Online Portal to Communicate Salmon Science

A new international Salmon Science Network recently launched an online portal to help improve access to salmon research and tackle emerging challenges in salmon conservation.
Alaska Public Media Hires Shelly Wozniak as Director of Radio Programming and On-Air Promotions

Alaska Public Media Hires Shelly Wozniak as Director of Radio Programming and On-Air Promotions

Alaska Public Media (AKPM) welcomed Shelly Wozniak back to the organization as the Director of FM Programming & On-Air Promotions. Wozniak previously worked at AKPM as the original host and co-producer of the award-winning program AK.
70 Alaska Students will Each Receive a $2,000 scholarship for 2018-19 School Year

70 Alaska Students will Each Receive a $2,000 scholarship for 2018-19 School Year

GCI continued its commitment to developing Alaska’s next generation of leaders and announced a $140,000 statewide scholarship program for Alaska students who are pursuing secondary education.
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