Governor Mike Dunleavy joined Mike Barnhill, acting commissioner of the Alaska Department of Revenue, and Dr. Michael Johnson, commissioner of the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development, at the first drawing of the PFD Education Raffle at Harborview Elementary School.
The Juneau Economic Development Council is looking for five Alaskan entrepreneurs to compete in its Pitch Contest, and thirty presenters of “Innovation Shorts” to be featured in the ninth annual Innovation Summit February 26 and 27.
After thirty-five years of service and leadership at the University of Alaska, UAS Chancellor Rick Caulfield plans to retire at the end of the academic year in June 2020.
Six varieties of Alaskan Brewing beers will make their appearance in Kansas beginning in May.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) has listed for sale a 2.9-acre parcel of waterfront property in Juneau’s visitor industry corridor.
Travel Juneau released its 2018-2019 Convention Survey and 2018 Visitor Survey, both conducted by McDowell Group.
The Juneau community feels that, as a destination, Juneau is strong on authentic attractions, outdoor activities and entertainment options, and a little weak on meeting facilities and accommodations.
Juneau Planning Commission Approves Permit for Tlingit & Haida’s Reentry Transitional Housing Project
The City and Borough of Juneau’s Planning Commission unanimously voted to approve Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska’s application for a conditional use permit to develop a reentry transitional housing program in the Waterfront Commercial zoning district.
When it’s time to network, learn, and even pick up some swag, there are a bevy of annual conventions held statewide to inform and entertain.
There’s little worse than an under-utilized PFD check—if there’s any unused PFD money still rattling around in your account (or pocket), make sure to schedule time to visit one of Alaska’s many craft fairs in November…