A first-of-its-kind mobile plastics processing system is being deployed in Alaska, designed to take plastic from beaches and recycle it into lumber.
The statewide Chamber of Commerce honored GCI, Alaska Sleep Clinic, and Tom Tougas of Major Marine Tours with its annual awards.
The Alaska Railroad can sell up to $60 million in bonds to upgrade its cruise passenger dock and terminal facility in Seward, thanks to House Bill 127.
The Alaska Railroad Corporation (ARRC) named Seward Port Manager Christy Terry as Director of External Affairs.
The five Railbelt utilities have engaged former Chugach executive Brian Hickey as Executive Director of Regional Railbelt Coordination.
Alaska lawmakers agreed to give the state-owned railroad bonding authority to finance a replacement of the terminal and passenger dock in Seward.
A vessel named for a whale that frequents Kenai Fjords National Park arrived in Seward, just in time for tourist season.
The largest hydroelectric project in Alaska for thirty years is moving ahead. The Alaska Energy Authority made the initial regulatory filing for the Dixon Diversion near Homer.
The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward is the first organization in Alaska certified “sensory inclusive” for steps to welcome people with autism, dementia, or post-traumatic stress disorder.
After a hiatus for COVID-19, observation tours resumed during annual oil spill training by fishing vessels.