Center for Economic Development associate director Gretchen Fauske earned her Gallup Strengths Coaching certification earlier this month.
The Internal Revenue Service reminds Alaskans that the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) is taxable income for both adults and children, and must be reported on a Federal income tax return. Taxpayers should be sure to set aside enough to cover their tax bill, or consider making an Estimated Payment when they get their PFD.
Four knowledgeable experts are taking on new responsibilities after First National Bank Alaska’s Board of Directors announced their most recent hires, appointments and promotions.
The popular Mighty Matanuska Brewfest, sanctioned by the Brewers Guild and supported by KAYO, takes place Saturday, October 27 from 6 – 10 p.m. at Raven Hall on the fairgrounds.
Stoel Rives LLP has been awarded a 2018 Construction Lawyers Society of America (CLSA) Law Firm Award and 2018 Diversity Law Institute (DLI) Law Firm Diversity Award. The awards were presented to firm partner and CLSA Fellow Tamara Boeck on September 6th at CLSA’s 2018 International Conference & Induction of Fellows.
Alsco Inc., a linen and uniform rental services company, donated to Alaska WorkSource (AWS), a local organization providing hope and job training for Alaskans in need of a second chance.
Alaska USA Federal Credit Union has selected Sharlyn Ruyan for the position of Vice President, Member Service Center.
Governor Bill Walker signed HB 304 at the University of Alaska Anchorage’s College of Business and Public Policy. The Governor introduced the bill earlier this year: it makes important fixes to Alaska’s microloan revolving fund to help create a better climate of investment for Alaska’s entrepreneurs.