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Jenna Krohn and Brett Watts have recently joined the firm of Hughes White Colbo Wilcox & Tervooren as Associate Attorneys. Krohn graduated from the…
Super Lawyers has selected three attorneys from Hughes White Colbo Wilcox & Tervooren, LLC to the 2019 Alaska Super Lawyers list.
Charles Sales joins the AES team as a Staffing Consultant with more than twenty years of experience in management and clinical occupational medicine…
Blueprint Alaska welcomed Cassi Campbell as Blueprint Alaska’s first Account Executive. Campbell will work for the agency’s clients in a variety of capacities…
The Alaska Native Justice Center is one of six organizations nationwide to be honored with the 2019 Paul H. Chapman Award from the Foundation for the Improvement of Justice.
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Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska announced the hiring of Jamie Shanley as Child Care Administrator for the Tribe’s new Little...
Last year was one of outstanding growth for Tyonek Native Corporation (TNC), which saw its revenue increase 85 percent from 2017, reporting 2018 revenue of more than $144 million. This boosted TNC up twelve spots in our Top 49ers ranks, landing them at number 25.
This year is the debut of Top 49er Choggiung Limited, the ANCSA village corporation for Dillingham. The corporation reported 2018 revenue of more than $95 million, propelling it to number thirty-five in the rankings.
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Mining in 2019: The Year in Review
Following a year when metal prices were both up and down—sometimes dramatically; when international trade squabbles spooked investors to both enter and exit the metals markets; and when mining companies started the year cautiously bullish but ended it cautious bearish, those involved in Alaska mineral exploration, development, and production are once again asking themselves: “Where did we succeed, where did we fail, and where do we go from here?”