Scott Jepsen with ConocoPhillips Alaska says the oil tax cut approved by lawmakers last year improved the business climate in the state.
McClatchy says it was not planning to sell, but saw the advantages after the Dispatch approached the company
The Kensington Mine near Juneau produced about 25,400 ounces of gold during the first three months of 2014, about the same as the first quarter of 2013.
The Sealaska regional Native corporation does not appear to be making much – if any – money.
The City and Borough of Juneau has given the owner of the Gastineau Apartments until May 1 to partially clean up the building.
The Commercial Boulevard collection center will be open to residents twice a week, and to businesses once a week by appointment.
Most Sealaska shareholders will get a $721 spring dividend. But others will only receive $57.
A federal appeals court issued an opinion Wednesday saying the roadless rule should not apply to Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.
As soon as this summer, the city will be ready to apply for permits to build a pioneer road at the end of North Douglas Highway.