Ketchikan could be among the first cities in Alaska to allow a marijuana cafe with on-site consumption.
Arctic Slope Regional Corp. has long been one of the most aggressive advocates for opening ANWR to oil development.
The company would not say who the buyer is or reveal the timeline for completing the sale of their former cannery and seafood plant.
The training is geared toward those in commercial fishing, tribal organizations or other coastal residents.
Skagway Brewing Co. harnesses the carbon dioxide it produces making beer to fuel their aeroponic garden. That’s adding a layer of food security to Southeast Alaska community.
On the block are old, new and unbuilt projects: the Kuparuk River Unit, which is Alaska’s second-largest oil field; the newer Alpine unit to the west; and the undeveloped Willow prospect in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
The Alaska Municipal League says the goal is to eliminate a major disadvantage local brick-and-mortar businesses face when competing with online stores.
Bethel dog groomer Raeann Grantham says she’s used to working 80 hours a week and only sleeping a few hours every night. But as long as she gets to work with dogs, she’s happy.
Brewers and distillers can continue to host parties, classes and events such as First Friday in their tasting rooms.
Begich says his company, Stuaqpak Inc., will offer lower prices and better products, and be more accountable to residents than the Canadian corporation that ran the store previously.