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U.S. Senator still after ANC contracting advantages

U.S. Senator still after ANC contracting advantagesA U.S. Senator from Missouri is continuing her crackdown on the advantages Alaska Native Corporations enjoy in government contracting.

New Sealaska leaders promise growth, changes

New Sealaska leaders promise growth, changesSealaska has been losing money, but it's new board chairman and CEO say the regional Native corporation is gearing up for growth.

Possible growth at Ted Stevens Airport has some concerned

Possible growth at Ted Stevens Airport has some concernedEvery five-to-seven years, the Ted Stevens International Airport publishes a master plan detailing upcoming changes at Alaska’s busiest air hub.

Avista buys AELP for $170 million

Avista buys AELP for $170 millionJuneau's Alaska Electric Light and Power has merged with Spokane-based Avista Corp.

ANTHC wins $153 million settlement

$153 million is the huge new settlement for back contract support costs due the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium from the Indian Health Service.

Thayer: tentative deal reached with 3rd union

Thayer: tentative deal reached with 3rd unionA state official says a tentative three-year agreement has been reached with the last of the unions representing Alaska Marine Highway System workers.

Soboleff wins Sealaska board seat, Nelson becomes chairman

Soboleff wins Sealaska board seat, Nelson becomes chairmanThe Sealaska regional Native corporation has a new board member and a new board chairman.

What do bagels and soccer have in common?

What do bagels and soccer have in common?Watching World Cup at the Silverbow Bakery started eight years ago

How will Sealaska solve its money problems?

How will Sealaska solve its money problems?Sealaska holds its annual shareholders’ meeting Saturday near Seattle where a new CEO will take over.

Housing tops Juneau’s economic concerns

Housing tops Juneau’s economic concernsJuneau businesses and households identified housing as the greatest barrier to economic development in surveys.