You want to know—and we want to tell you—what’s happening with Alaska’s businesses: large corporations with thousands of employees or sole proprietorships filling a niche; manufacturers adding value to local resources or engineering firms with decades of specialized experience; or companies centralized in Southcentral or operating across Alaska’s slopes.
Browse below to get a comprehensive look of what’s happening—and why it matters.
Oil and gas exploration companies offered more than $7 million for the rights to explore for oil and gas on 191,248 acres of State of Alaska land in the Arctic region.
Through the program, Anchorage restaurants have provided premade and hot meals to children, families, and seniors through local nonprofits.
A lot has changed since APD’s humble beginnings as a one-man department in 1921.
Proved reserves of oil and natural gas rose annually in the United States by at least 9 percent in the previous two years (2017–2018), a trend interrupted by relatively low oil and natural gas prices.
Alaska Opens Enrollment to SHARP-3 to Attract Healthcare Workers and Support Underserved Communities
The newly updated version of the SHARP program offers repayments for education loans or direct financial incentives and expands participation to cover medical, dental, behavioral health, and other disciplines.
“This right-of-way is the culmination of years of research, planning, and collaboration,” says AIDEA Executive Director Alan Weitzner. “The signing of this permit is a major milestone. It’s the first step in a multi-year phase of feasibility and predevelopment.”
“COVID turned the world upside down and retail was hit hard. At the beginning of the shutdown this spring, we were in daily communication with our retailers,” says Howard Hales, Lynden International domestic services manager in Seattle.
The twelve finalists have already earned a spot in the Alaska Railroad’s 2022 calendar. Now they vie for a cash prize, a Denali getaway, and the calendar’s cover in a public vote on the Alaska Railroad’s Facebook page where the grand prizewinner will be decided.
Through the agreement, the Mariner Companies will sell crab quota valued at $35 million to thirty Western Alaskan communities.. CVRF and BBEDC have provided and facilitated structural support to the communities to purchase the quota and will support the harvest through their fishing operations.
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Automating & Advancing
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