The Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) announced the hire of Roald Helgesen as Chief Operating Officer…
Bristol Bay Native Corporation continues in its opposition against the mine as Pebble Limited Partnership asserts the dividend is “one more way residents of the region can directly benefit from Pebble.”
The Native Village of Hooper Bay and RurAL CAP will host a grand opening of Bay Haven, a domestic violence and sexual assault shelter in Hooper Bay on June 19.
Dunleavy signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Gulkana Village Council and Ahtna, returning the village of Gulkana’s traditional gravesite to the people of Gulkana after nearly eighty years.
For the first time in twelve years, Brown Jug, a retail sales business headquartered for most of its eighty-three-year history in Alaska, is coming home.
Through this purchase, Bering Straits is implementing the strategic plan established by its Board of Directors to diversify and expand its holdings.
Signs at a local rally communicated the regional communities’ need of support from the state and federal government for mandated testing, enforced quarantine, increased healthcare capacity, and adequate evacuation plans in the event of an outbreak for the best line of defense to combat COVID-19 in Bristol Bay.
Sand Point Services completed a thirty-seven-bed, non-acute, Level 3, infectious COVID-19 patient care facility in two weeks, ahead of schedule and under budget.
Sealaska has acquired a minority stake in Barnacle, the first food business to create and manufacture products with bull kelp.
Sealaska’s board of directors approved a $1 million COVID-19 relief and recovery package to help Alaska Native communities respond to the impact from the coronavirus.
The top five this year—Providence Health & Services Alaska; Trident Seafood Corporation; Princess Cruises, Holland America Line & Seabourn; Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC); and NANA—are representative of some of the brightest industries in Alaska’s economy.
The board of directors of Goldbelt, Incorporated, Juneau’s urban Alaska Native Corporation, has selected McHugh Pierre to serve as its next President & CEO.
In This Issue
Industrial Support Services Sirectory
The August issue of Alaska Business features the inaugural Industrial Support Services special section and directory in which we place a spotlight on the organizations that help keep the state’s industries running smoothly. Alaska’s network of support services companies is nearly as vast as the state itself, encompassing an extensive and varied collection of companies.