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Container gardening offers farming flexibility

Container gardening offers farming flexibility

There’s an old saying among farmers in the Lower 48, that when corn is “knee-high by the Fourth of July,” it guaranties a plentiful harvest. Of course, that applies to large fields and garden plots located in the Lower 48. Getting corn to grow tall enough to yield a respectably-sized corn-on-the-cob in Alaska is a challenge. Corn doesn’t love Alaska’s cooler summer temperatures.

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Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Billed as a team camp, the All-Alaska Football Camp is a big draw for individuals as well, noted Chugiak varsity football coach Roger Spackman.

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Bear Paw: A lesson in legacy and tradition

It wasn’t until high school that I attended my first Bear Paw Festival. Like a lot of things we all appreciate and enjoy, it was easy to reap the benefits without thinking about how the event got built up in the first place, or that it had to be created at all.

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POLICE BLOTTER - 7/2/15

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It happened 30 years ago this week…

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Alaska’s First Hackathon

AEDC is teaming up with the Municipality of Anchorage to host Alaska's first Hackathon June 15th-17th.

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AEDC March 2012 Employment Report

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Making a Smarter Planet

Making a Smarter Planet

Last week, IBM experts on global innovation technology visited us in Anchorage for the “Alaska Smarter Planet Executive Conference” for an amazing opportunity to bring Alaska business leaders a one-of-a-kind conference, focusing on the future of global technology and innovation. At the conference, business leaders heard from Senator Mark Begich on his perspectives on Federal issues related to broadband and the changing world of technology.

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AEDC February 2012 Employment Report

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GUEST COMMENTARY: Alaska’s Eye on Wall Street: No summer economic slump

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Week in Review: May 9

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Week in Review: May 2

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Week in Review: April 25

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Week in Review: April 18

Volatility continued this week but to the upside; this despite more saber rattling over Ukraine. S&P 500 stocks gained +2.7% in a holiday shortened week. The 10 year Treasury bond yield sits at 2.72%, up a dime over the week.

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Container gardening offers farming flexibility

Container gardening offers farming flexibility

There’s an old saying among farmers in the Lower 48, that when corn is “knee-high by the Fourth of July,” it guaranties a plentiful harvest. Of course, that applies to large fields and garden plots located in the Lower 48. Getting corn to grow tall enough to yield a respectably-sized corn-on-the-cob in Alaska is a challenge. Corn doesn’t love Alaska’s cooler summer temperatures.

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Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Billed as a team camp, the All-Alaska Football Camp is a big draw for individuals as well, noted Chugiak varsity football coach Roger Spackman.

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Bear Paw: A lesson in legacy and tradition

It wasn’t until high school that I attended my first Bear Paw Festival. Like a lot of things we all appreciate and enjoy, it was easy to reap the benefits without thinking about how the event got built up in the first place, or that it had to be created at all.

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POLICE BLOTTER - 7/2/15

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It happened 30 years ago this week…

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Working Benefits Blog


30 or 40? The full-time work week debate

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5 More Questions to Ask When Shopping for a One-Source Human Resource Solution: Part 2

Last week we brought you five must-ask questions when shopping for an all-in-one source HR solution.

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5 Questions to Ask When Shopping for an One-Source Human Resource Solution: Part 1

With the emergence of technology, All-In-One Human Resources (HR) solutions software have been popping up

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Same-Sex Marriage and Group Health Insurance

In the 2013 Supreme Court case United States v. Windsor, the Court ruled that restricting the U.S. Federal interpretation of “marriage” and “spouse” to apply only to heterosexual unions is unconstitutional.

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A look into the tax implications of the Affordable Care Act

Persons with certain income levels are eligible for subsidies for health insurance bought through the Federal Marketplace.

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Why working with a broker is your best choice

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Buying Health Insurance: The Marketplace vs Buying Direct

If you are an individual in need of healthcare coverage for yourself and/or family, it is likely that you have come upon the question of whether it would be more beneficial to buy through the Federal Marketplace or directly from an insurance carrier.

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3 Way to Cut Employer Health Care Costs

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Get the skinny on Skinny Plans

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To audit or not to audit?

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Are you Being Overbilled for Services?

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Understanding Your Health Insurance Fees

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COBRA: Do you still need it in spite of Health Care Reform?

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Modern Medicine: Can You Live Without It?

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Container gardening offers farming flexibility

Container gardening offers farming flexibility

There’s an old saying among farmers in the Lower 48, that when corn is “knee-high by the Fourth of July,” it guaranties a plentiful harvest. Of course, that applies to large fields and garden plots located in the Lower 48. Getting corn to grow tall enough to yield a respectably-sized corn-on-the-cob in Alaska is a challenge. Corn doesn’t love Alaska’s cooler summer temperatures.

Comments: 1

Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Mustangs, Wolves attend all-Alaska football camp

Billed as a team camp, the All-Alaska Football Camp is a big draw for individuals as well, noted Chugiak varsity football coach Roger Spackman.

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Bear Paw: A lesson in legacy and tradition

It wasn’t until high school that I attended my first Bear Paw Festival. Like a lot of things we all appreciate and enjoy, it was easy to reap the benefits without thinking about how the event got built up in the first place, or that it had to be created at all.

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POLICE BLOTTER - 7/2/15

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It happened 30 years ago this week…

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