Alaska’s seafood industry sprawls across dozens of communities and thousands of miles of coastline. But one common theme is that this summer’s fishing season represents uncharted waters.
Ravn estimates that a liquidation would raise no more than $41 million. That would not be enough to pay the claims of the unsecured creditors, which include Anchorage-based Petro Star, GCI and Northern Air Cargo.
As residents look for respite from stay-at-home orders and gym closures, Alaska bike shops are reporting a surge in demand.
Officials and experts caution that the decision-making around the reopening can be complicated and hard for the public to follow
Hiring decisions will be made partially based on health-care experience, but the state wants people from rural and remote communities too.
The Checkbook system, launched by Palin’s administration in 2008, included records of state agencies’ payments to state contractors and grant recipients
Dunleavy will make his first appointment to the five-member Supreme Court from four candidates.
Public health experts have credited measures like the quarantine order with holding Alaska’s COVID-19 case count below every other state in the country, and at least one warns that revoking it could cause a flare-up.
Complying with the mandate has also cost millions of dollars for businesses in oil and gas and fishing that rely on seasonal workers.
Some Alaskans see a possible silver lining in the devastation: A spring and summer in a world-class tourist destination — without the tourists.