The first project in Alaska to take advantage of a new way to finance energy efficiency improvements is the building next door to Anchorage City Hall.
Federal money for the Native Village of Eyak will pay for construction of a road to a spill response facility at Shepard Point, north of Cordova.
Alaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped slightly to 4.5 percent in July, down one-tenth of a percentage point from June.
Matthew Prieksat assumed duties as Legal Counsel for the US Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District.
Alaska’s 2022 Farm Family of the Year title goes to Martha Merry, Amy Seitz, and Jane Conway of Soldotna, who own and operate Lancashire Farm.
The National Park Service (NPS) selected David Alberg, currently the head of the resource management, as Deputy Regional Director for Alaska.