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.
GCI subsidiary Denali Media Holdings (DMH) and Gray Television closed on their previously announced sale of KATH and KSCT, DMH’s NBC affiliates in the Juneau and Sitka markets. DMH also sold to Gray most of the assets of its Anchorage television station KTVA and its three CBS stations in Juneau, Sitka, and Ketchikan.
Pacific banana slugs live on the floor of coastal rain forests all the way south to California. Down there, where frosts are rare as 90 degree days here, the slugs grow long as pencils.
The bus became well-known after Jon Krakauer’s 1996 book “Into the Wild” and a 2007 movie with the same name popularized the story of 24-year-old wanderer Chris McCandless, who sadly died there alone in 1992 after a 114-day stay at the site.
The new sites will be set up for drive-thru with walk-ups welcome and will be open Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Tests will be free to the public.
The undergraduate program includes a wide spectrum of classes—from tool making to design, basketry, and weaving, among others.
APU originally planned to hold fall classes in person with thorough physical distancing and safety measures in place, but as the coronavirus pandemic has continued to affect Alaska,the University has determined that distance delivery will be the safest approach.
Anchorage Downtown Partnership, Anchorage Community Land Trust Announce “Love, Anchorage – A Box of Neighborhood Goods”
The “Love, Anchorage” box features an assortment of curated goods from favorite neighborhood businesses and represents businesses from the Mountain View, Fairview, Spenard, and Downtown neighborhoods.
Over two months, Resolve successfully executed an intense response operation resulting in the vessel’s stabilized and elevated status on the Nome shoreline in preparation for recovery operations.
The development of the road will unlock the world class economic potential of the region by allowing greater access to the district and the potential development of the Arctic project.
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.