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AEDC October E-News

Construction Employment Increases in 220 Out of 339 Metro Areas Between August 2013 & 2014 as Construction Spending Climbed 5 Percent for the Year

Golder Associates Inc. New Hire

Arctic Daily Update: October 2, 2014

The Alaska Club Introduces Hip Hop Cycle to Raise Funds for Augie’s Quest and ALS Research

Introduction to Alaska Native Business

The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) has implemented a new minor starting this fall: Alaska Native Business Management. The eighteen-credit minor has five required courses totaling thirteen credits and five elective credits that are focused on Alaska Native topics.

Kotzebue Microgrid

Kotzebue Microgrid

Over a ridge, just out of sight of the city of Kotzebue, nineteen towers rise hundreds of feet into the air like oversize cranes, arms rotating in a steady breeze off the Chukchi Sea. The turbines make up Alaska’s oldest commercial wind farm, supplying about 20 percent of the community’s electricity.

Alaska Air Group Reports September 2014 Operational Results

National Geographic Live Coming to Anchorage

Providing Support for U.S. Military Arctic Operations

Providing Support for U.S. Military Arctic Operations

Between April 29 and May 3 this year, the US Army conducted a series of training exercises out of Deadhorse Aviation Center (DAC) at Prudhoe Bay as part of Operation Spartan Pegasus, an Arctic mobility operation designed to enhance the proficiency of US joint forces Arctic airborne operations and ground maneuvers in extreme weather conditions.

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