Travel industry advocate says a shutdown would be “effectively cutting the cord of our microphone right now as we are saying to the world: ‘Go big, go Alaska.'”
The pandemic may be waning, but its ripple effects have made for a weird summer for visitor industry businesses and for seasonal workers trying to decide if it’s even worth coming back for a short summer.
Breweries are all over the state, and they’ve proved to be sustainable businesses even in small towns.
As with toilet paper, more people try to buy ammunition when supplies are already short.
U.S. Rep. Don Young spoke to a crowd of more than 50 at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall.
The tourism industry is on an undeniable rebound, but only some businesses are returning to profitability.
Jenny Tse runs the leading tea manufacturing company in Alaska. Now she’ll be starting the only tea farm in Alaska.
At times, Tlingit & Haida tribal officials were outraged because some city officials brushed aside the tribe’s assertion of its sovereignty on the land where it runs its fireworks shop.
Runoff from the December rains carried debris into the field, which sits below an old, decommissioned petroleum pipeline.
As rural Alaska communities begin to see improved service, the current fastest speeds in Alaska will double to 2-gig speed starting in 2022.