Governor Mike Dunleavy, who requested the permit, said, “The A2A rail crossing between Canada and Alaska will be a game changer for Alaskans.”
Governor Mike Dunleavy welcomed the news, stating, “After conducting a thorough, multi-year public process, the Forest Service has once again acknowledged that this onerous rule has imposed an unfair burden on our state.”
The Alaska Supreme Court has struck down legislation (HB331) that authorized subject-to-appropriation bonds to pay outstanding cashable oil and gas tax credits that were issued during a tax credit program that ended in 2017.
Almost thirty bidders from inside and outside Alaska made diverse offers.
ATIA, Visit Anchorage, and Explore Fairbanks Encourage Alaskans to Take Advantage of the World Class Tourist Destination in Their Backyard
This summer is a unique opportunity for Alaskans to get a more thorough knowledge of our favorite place while taking advantage of small (or nonexistent) crowds, lowered costs, or built-in perks.
Bristol Bay Native Corporation continues in its opposition against the mine as Pebble Limited Partnership asserts the dividend is “one more way residents of the region can directly benefit from Pebble.”
Alaska Airlines expanded Next-Level Care, the culmination of nearly 100 different measures put in place to enhance the safety and well-being of guests and employees.
Coordinated by Museums Alaska, the event is designed to raise awareness of collecting institutions as stewards of culture and history, centers of education, community anchors, economic engines, and employers.
The application period for the 2020 Road Lottery program at Denali National Park and Preserve is open June 1-30.
“We believe it is important to have a strong system for higher education that is accessible to many throughout Alaska,” says Northrim Bank Chairman, President, and CEO Joe Schierhorn.