A group of senators from New England, New York, Mississippi and Alaska is asking President Obama to request disaster aid for fisheries in their states.
The Alaska House Judiciary Committee advanced Big Lake Republican Mark Neuman’s “stand your ground” bill on Friday.
The Alaska Senate is scheduled to vote on a resolution applauding state officials for fighting federal overreach.
Usually, the job of heading the Interior Department goes to a Western politician versed in the struggles over natural resources. So the president’s nomination of Sally Jewell, a relatively obscure CEO, has left some of the key players unsure of how to react.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
- Coming soon - We’ve teamed up with the Alaska Small Business Development Center (AKSBDC) to make their beginning workshop available to you on 360 North. Starting on January 26, their Starting a Business workshop will be available on 360 North television and on the web.
Current scheduled broadcast times are:
January 26, Saturday @ 10:00 am
January 27, Sunday @ 1:00 pm
February 2, Saturday @ 10:00 am
February 3, Sunday @ 1:00 pm
February 10, Sunday @ 10:00 pm
February 15, Friday @ 8:00 pm
February 16, Saturday @ 4:00 am
February 17, Sunday @ 1:00 pm
You are invited to watch, learn and inquire about business counseling and other information offered by the Alaska Small Business Development Center.
Alaska’s economy weathered the Great Recession better than most states, and should hold steady for the foreseeable future. But depending on who you ask, there could be gloom on the horizon.
On Wednesday, January 16, Governor Sean Parnell will deliver the annual state of the state address.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is sending an airplane to Hawaii and Alaska to collect winter storm data for North America.
The Legislative Finance Division has released a sobering report on Alaska’s budget situation.
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