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June 2016

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WEEKEND ALERT: Alaska's Governor Calls For Another Special Session!

Governor Calls Alaska Legislature Back

Anchorage: Alaska PrideFest Week Kicks Off Saturday

Dr. Ralph Townsend appointed ISER director

NGP: Our Commentary On Oil State Budget Challenges

GVEA’s 2016 Election Results

Alaska USA Foundation gives $5,000 to support Boy Scouts of America

Arctic Energy Center Weekly Roundup 6/10/16-6/17/16

State of Alaska leases National Guard facility to U.S. Coast Guard in Kotzebue

Vigor’s Alaska Shipyard Activities Grow

An ongoing public-private partnership between Vigor Industrial and the state of Alaska is paying off in jobs, long-term contracts, and development at the Ketchikan and Seward marinas.

Tax Credits Bolster Middle Earth Exploration in Alaska

All of the oil and gas liquids produced in Alaska come from Cook Inlet and North Slope fields. But that may be about to change.

The Northwest Seaport Alliance

Officially The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) was launched August 4, 2015, and has been in operation since. According to NWSA Communications Director Tara Mattina, many of the financial changes took place January 1. By either date, “It’s still fairly new,” she says.

New Life for Seward’s Marine Industrial Center

It’s been years in the making, but the Seward Marine Industrial Center (SMIC) is getting the long-awaited breakwater so desperately needed to compete as a deep water, ice-free, marine industrial port.

Planting Seeds of Change: Time to Grow a Garden

Audrey Hepburn said, “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” Alaskans all over the state might do well to grow a garden of fruits, vegetable, and herbs this summer; after all, with the climate changing more rapidly in Alaska than anywhere else on the planet we can all be productive gardeners.

Seasonal Airlines Boost Visitors

For much of the year, plane-spotting at Alaska’s two largest airports can be a little repetitious. Only a handful of airlines fly in and out year-round. But when tourism season rolls around, the designs on the tail fins get a lot more diverse.
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