The city of Kotzebue has used wind power for decades to supplement its diesel fuel use. Now it’s about to break ground on a new solar energy project.
Anchorage Superior Court Judge Eric Aarseth has again issued a stay that halts Recall Dunleavy from gathering signatures to hold a recall election, pending a decision from the Alaska Supreme Court.
Wilson is taking a job with a state agency that she’s often fought against during her 10 years in the Alaska House of Representatives.
The bills would decrease the unemployment insurance tax rate paid by businesses and change regulations on professional licenses, timber sales and geothermal development.
Realizing time was running short, Steele says he thought of the two things many Alaskans would: cold weather gear and his dog, Phil.
Alaska fourth graders had the lowest reading scores in the country in a national assessment last year.
A legislative working group has come up with recommendations that Alaska lawmakers hope will solve some of the issues with the VPSO program.
Bethel resident Renee Gregory grew up in a dry cabin with her family in Denali. “When I was a kid, that was my least favorite chore: cleaning the honey bucket.”
The Dunleavy administration acknowledges in its budget proposal that many rural Alaska areas depend on troopers for law enforcement and that current trooper staffing levels delay responses to violent crimes, including sexual assault and murder.
The extent of next summer’s road closures will be unclear until crews begin work at Pretty Rocks.