ALASKA PRIMARY ELECTION A BLOODLETTING AMONG REPUBLICANS: The primary election was a bloodletting among Republican leaders, and while Republicans may command House and Senate organizations next year there may not be organizations that prove very functional in key decision-making. There’s […]
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In this issue we discuss plans for major new cargo transfer facilities at Anchorage’s airport; we also describe a new joint-venture to develop a geothermal power project near Unalaska
In this issue we describe how oil companies are cutting the cost of finding developing new oil on the North Slope
In this issue we describe North Slope oil companies’ plans for $24 billion in projects next 10 years; also, we discuss a solar project in the Matanusuka-Susitna Borough that produces power cheaper than with natural gas.
In this issue we contemplate the stability that POMV brings to the state budge, as well as employment gains fragile but stable.
In this issue we talk about permafrost thaw and it’s opportunities, and new worries over the talent drain out of Alaska
In this issue we discuss how the surge in tourism is sparking new infrastructure, as well as the effects of the organizational turmoil at UAA.
In this issue we discuss the cost of the summer fires, what happens to Prudhoe Bay while BP sale is unresolved, and the results of a campaign to recall the governor.
In this issue we will be discussing the HILCORP/BP deal, the release of a Draft Environmental Impact Statement, as well as the cost of delaying building maintenance for the University of Alaska and more.
In this issue we talk about the Governor’s budget and is it going to keep us in a recession, the new space data center in the Mat-su, and the season that the North Slope had.
In this issue we contemplate the budget mess in Juneau on our economy, UA’s Board of Regents declaring a financial emergency, delay of port reconstruction in Anchorage and much more