Speakers at the Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference envision great potential for renewable sources—but not for the next couple of decades.
Effective July 1, the Department of Health will focus on programs and payments while the Department of Family and Community Services will oversee state-run care facilities.
Annual arts and humanities awards recognize the advocates, artists, educators, and historians who have used their craft and passion to support and inspire others.
Governor Mike Dunleavy’s proposed state operating budget for fiscal year 2023 would direct a $5 million federal grant to the Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA). The funding would be on top of a recently approved $10.5 million federal grant that Dunleavy designated to the tourism association in September.
The collaborative effort included Alaskans at local, state, and federal delegation levels in partnership with private businesses and serves as framework for future Local Port Agreements.