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Groundbreaking scheduled for First National Bank Alaska U-Med Branch

Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority financial plan shifts to public finance KABATA works with OMB, DOT&PF and DOR on contingency budget to cover cost overruns

Construction Employment Increased In 195 Out Of 339 Metro Areas Between January 2013 & 2014 But Only 21 Areas Topped Previous Highs For The Month

Anchorage Municipal Election Ballot Review for April 1

ICYMI: Alaska Legislature and NCAI take up resolutions of support for King Cove

Begich Says Spur Road Project Permit Vital, But More Progress Needed

ICYMI: The Dominion of Sally Jewell

Murkowski: People of King Cove Deserted by Federal Government

Murkowski: President’s Budget Features No Arctic Focus

Crude Crossing

Crude Crossing

One of Alaska’s biggest planned construction projects in 2014 will be largely out of sight. That’s because it’ll be on the bottom of turbulent Cook Inlet.

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