Travel Juneau’s Liz Perry says that if any large ships come to Alaska in 2021, it’ll be very late in the season.
A UAA economist says research disputes the idea that unemployment benefits are causing people not to seek work.
It’s not all about dressing up and checking out the latest trends. Event organizers hope to educate people about fast fashion and sustainability.
Owner Robert Murphy hopes to have most of the work on the hydro system done by this fall with a rollout of hydropower for his buildings targeted for next spring.
As the summer approaches, Alaska’s travel industry is preparing for another uncertain pandemic season.
In the past year, as Alaskans changed their habits in response to the pandemic, social media became a lifeline for businesses seeing less foot traffic. But access to online resources hasn’t been equal.
WLRN reporter Nancy Klingener explains how the charter amendment process played out in Key West.
Many family-owned restaurants in Anchorage adapted quickly to social media marketing and online ordering for takeout.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday residents can comment — via phone or Zoom — on the city’s proposed tax hike, the plan for spending federal stimulus funds and using general funds, the school district budget and capital improvement project priorities.
KDLL’s Sabine Poux spoke to Alaska Marijuana Industry Association treasurer Ryan Tunseth about how the industry has changed since 2015 and where he thinks it’s going.