The extent of next summer’s road closures will be unclear until crews begin work at Pretty Rocks.
The head of the American Federation of Government Employees Local 1834 says the union and Fort Wainwright officials have for decades maintained good relations — until recently.
A report recently issued by the National Park Service shows only 1% of surveys along the road into Denali National Park recorded wolf sightings this summer.
The show’s producers want kids to have fun — but not co-opt Molly’s Athabascan culture.
The downgrade is only one notch in S&P’s rating system, from AA- to A+. S&P’s analyst says an A is the average rating for higher education public institutions in the United States.
The soldiers are part of a joint task force that will mainly be helping train Iraqi troops, law enforcement officers and other security forces.
The Army Corps of Engineers is moving ahead on a project to decommission the mothballed nuclear-power plant at Fort Greely.
A panel of three 9th Circuit Court justices heard arguments Friday morning in Fairbanks in the appeal of a federal civil rights suit filed against the city of Fairbanks.
Fort Greely’s missile defense complex has declared five “shelter in place” alerts over the past two weeks. The alerts coincided with recent North Korean missile tests.
University of Alaska regents have postponed voting on a declaration of financial exigency, a contractual tool that allows more expedited cost cutting, including laying off of tenured faculty.