Online training sessions in February would qualify crews for the summer wildfire season.
A forecast for the Alaska economy in 2022 anticipates approximately the same 2.2 percent job growth as 2021, unless federal infrastructure spending rolls out quickly.
First National Bank Alaska opened with just two employees on January 30, 1922. As its hundredth anniversary nears, the bank is Alaska’s largest, with more than 600 employees in nineteen communities.
The Alaska Native regional corporation for Kodiak Island is expanding its portfolio of subsidiaries to include Texas-based cloud services provider Stratum.
Major construction projects in Alaska get an infusion of nearly $1 billion in federal funds. The US Army Corps of Engineers – Alaska District received authorization and funding for an array of civil works.
The Anchorage Assembly last week unanimously approved a ground lease that clears the way for renovation of the parking structure at 6th Avenue and G Street into a multi-use property.