From April through September, six premium ships will take guests on authentic Alaska experiences throughout the Great Land.
The Forest Service hopes a variety of stakeholders, including the public, partners, tribes, and Alaska Native corporations, will help it identify needed work on outdoor projects.
Former Senator Mark Begich shares views on the importance of continued investment in downtown Anchorage even (and especially) in these tough times.
As the coronavirus pandemic persists, going virtual takes on a deeper meaning for larger-scale events where people have traditionally gathered in person for training, education, and networking. Many Alaska organizations are converting their conventions, conferences, and other meetings to online or hybrid options that are safe for attendees.
This program dedicates $7.1 million of the Municipality’s CARES Act allocation to businesses in the hospitality industry that have experienced economic hardship due to the COVID-19 health emergency and related emergency shutdowns.
The weekly seasonal service will begin June 17 and will run through September 9, offering a total of thirteen flights.