Alaska’s Lieutenant Governor pressed Congress Thursday for new icebreaker ships to operate in the Arctic.
Governor Sean Parnell and First Lady Sandy Parnell will host the annual holiday open house at the Governor’s mansion next Tuesday, December 6th from 3 to 6 p.m.
Alaska AG John Burns is resigning after 11 months.
Juneau Representative Beth Kerttula has filed a letter of intent to run for re-election in 2012 — though the makeup of House District Three is still unclear.
Alaska legislators hope to bid on the old Unocal building in Anchorage for legislative office space.
Millions of pages of Exxon Valdez oil spill litigation will be organized and permanently archived in the capital city. The state archives office has received a federal grant to make the documents accessible to the public. The National Historical Publications and Records Commission, commonly called the National Archives, has given Alaska $109,000 to catalog the…
The Parnell Administration says it won’t offer coastal management legislation. Meanwhile, Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho co-sponsors a citizen’s initiative to re-establish the program.
Southeast tribal officials are welcoming a decision by a state judge that’s based on their inherent right of self-governance.
Downtown Douglas will keep a state office building and a new office complex will NOT be built in Juneau any time soon.
The Parnell administration has decided against building a new state office complex in Juneau.