Denali National Park is still open during the winter and there is much to do.
CopperPoint Insurance Companies, a western-based regional commercial insurance company, announced an agreement to acquire Alaska National Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiary Alaska National Insurance Company.
Charles Sales joins the AES team as a Staffing Consultant with more than twenty years of experience in management and clinical occupational medicine…
Blueprint Alaska welcomed Cassi Campbell as Blueprint Alaska’s first Account Executive. Campbell will work for the agency’s clients in a variety of capacities…
The University of Alaska (UA) Board of Regents voted to clarify its earlier position on university structure to make clear it wants to consider both single and multiple university accreditations in the work to redefine UA’s structure as it works to strengthen programs and meet state funding reductions.
The US House of Representatives unanimously passed legislation introduced by US Senator Dan Sullivan and Congressman Don Young to relax stringent Environmental Protection Agency emission regulations for generators used in remote Alaska.
The Alaska Railroad is taking the next step in pursuing a public-private partnership to develop the rail-marine terminal in Seward into the Southcentral Alaska tourism industry’s lynchpin infrastructure.
Crews this week are offloading the fuel into storage tanks at Colville’s Deadhorse tank farm, completing what is believed to be the largest-ever delivery of fuel to Prudhoe Bay by barge.
Bristol Bay Native Corporation announced the pending acquisition of Blue North Fisheries and Clipper Seafoods, two leading operators in the sustainably-managed freezer longline cod sector of the Bering Sea fishery.
Coastal CODE grants funds to nonprofits and projects that promote the health of oceans and waterways, and its advisory committee meets every fall to select grantees.