Die-offs of common murres have been happening across Alaska since this summer. The latest report comes from Kachemak Bay, according to biologists with the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge in Homer.
Legislators met for almost 5 hours Saturday trying to decide whether to vacate, purchase or continue paying rent on the newly renovated Anchorage LIO.
Moving into the Atwood Building would cost about $10 million over 10 years. Keeping the existing lease at the Anchorage LIO would cost an estimated $40 million over 10 years.
“The port is the most pressing need that we have here in Anchorage, and in fact it’s one of the most pressing needs in the state,” Berkowitz said.
“For a Native Athabascan of the Cook Inlet region, Dena’ina isn’t just the language of their people, it is a portal to the full depths of their cultural heritage.”
For a little over 20 years, Kasilof helped supply one of the most haute couture trends of the fashionably elite.
“This Book is Gay” was written by U.K. author James Dawson. Some parents say it is not appropriate content for the library’s young readers.
Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute Executive Director Alexa Tonkovich said if the agreement is enacted, it could be good news for Alaska seafood exports, including Bristol Bay sockeye.
The Alaska Railroad has been missing out on $3 million a year for the past three years because of what appears to be late night math goof.
“If we want to be a city that’s vibrant and vital, we want to make sure everyone who lives here in safe and secure,” Berkowitz said.