A recent report compiled by the Army Corps of Engineers and researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks documents erosion and other environmental threats facing communities in rural Alaska.
The company Colaska Inc. sued the Alaska Department of Labor in July over the law. Colaska’s lawyer says the state would pay Colaska interest and other costs related to past citations against the company.
The governor said he views “education as the cornerstone to any society.”
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.
Three Alaska Pioneer Homes residents are suing Gov. Mike Dunleavy and the state, seeking to block a sudden rate increase that would more than double the cost of staying at the homes.
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 Alaska Legislature’s top budget analyst noted that the Legislature can steer money to different parts of the university.
This year, Newtok is sending one-third of its residents across the Ninglick River to its replacement village, Mertarvik.
Alaska Congressman Don Young made it clear he didn’t think much of the hearing. He said he’s neither for nor against the Pebble Mine, but he believes in science-based decision-making.
The show’s producers want kids to have fun — but not co-opt Molly’s Athabascan culture.