by Arie Henry | Mar 25, 2021 | Mining, Monitor
The name “Manh Choh” (“mon-CHO”) was chosen by the Village of Tetlin Chief, Michael Sam, and the tribal council, and can be translated from the Upper Tanana Athabascan language to “Big Lake,” referring to the nearby Tetlin Lake, a site of high cultural significance in the community.
by alaskabusiness | Jan 14, 2021 | Monitor, Real Estate
The development brings the first 100 percent market rate apartment community to the Park Strip North district of downtown Anchorage in more than forty years.
by alaskabusiness | Jan 14, 2021 | Mining, Monitor
Governor Mike Dunleavy announced that the Alaska Department of Law will file an administrative appeal with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Pacific Ocean Division, over the Alaska District’s decision to deny the 404 permit for the proposed Pebble Project in Southwest Alaska.
by alaskabusiness | Dec 17, 2020 | Alaska Native, Monitor, Retail
BSNC subsidiary AIH will open a retail storefront, order fulfillment, and replenishment center at that location in spring 2021.
by alaskabusiness | Dec 10, 2020 | Monitor, Nonprofits
America After 3PM 2020, based on survey responses from more than 30,000 American households (including 249 in-depth interviews in Alaska), finds that 17 percent of Alaska students are enrolled in afterschool programs. But 56,705 of them are still without the afterschool programs their parents say they need.
by alaskabusiness | Dec 10, 2020 | Education, Monitor
Schultz will begin in that role on January 4, 2021 succeeding outgoing chancellor Cathy Sandeen. He is expected to serve in that capacity until a permanent chancellor is named. The search will begin later this month.
by alaskabusiness | Dec 3, 2020 | Healthcare, Monitor
The settlement applies to all Alaska Medicaid authorized billing providers that submitted a Medicaid claim via or to be processed by Health Enterprise (the State of Alaska’s Medicaid Management Information System) between October 1, 2013 and December 31, 2016.
by alaskabusiness | Nov 25, 2020 | Mining, Monitor, News
Northern Dynasty called the decision politically motivated and said it is fundamentally unsupported by the administrative record as developed by the USACE through the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process for the Pebble Project. The company intends to launch an administrative appeal of the USACE permitting decision.
by alaskabusiness | Nov 18, 2020 | Monitor, Transportation
This March, Alaska Airlines is scheduled to start welcoming guests on its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Currently, Alaska Airlines don’t have a MAX in its fleet, but expects delivery of the first plane in January, followed by several more throughout 2021.
by alaskabusiness | Nov 4, 2020 | Monitor, Telecom & Tech
The transaction will result in Alaska Communications becoming a privately held company and is expected to close in the second half of 2021.