Kenai Peninsula hopes to host Board of Fish meetings

Municipalities across the Kenai Peninsula are slated to consider asking the Alaska Board of Fisheries to hold the 2017 Upper Cook Inlet Finfish meeting on the Kenai Peninsula.


Citizens file APOC complaints over Kenai River Classic participation, gifts

Complaints have been filed against three state officials for taking gifts for themselves or their families in relation to an annual Kenai River fishing event.


Fraser River sockeye estimates decreased

The Pacific Salmon Commission announced today that it was decreasing the run-size estimates for the early summer-run and summer-run sockeye.


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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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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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After tax vote, what should Alaskans watch for?

With the divisive debate over oil taxes behind us, for now at least, what should Alaskans watch for? Getting new oil into the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is the most important thing. Alaskans should also closely watch how the new tax performs in terms of revenue.

Conservationists sue to stop Big Thorne project

A coalition of conservation groups filed suit against the U.S. Forest Service Aug. 22 in an effort to stop a large logging project in the Tongass National Forest.

Seafood industry, delegation seek Russian ban

The United States seafood industry is pushing for Russia to end its import ban on food from several countries including the U.S., but if it doesn’t, a coalition of companies wants an import ban in response.

Tate, fellow veterans, make transition from war to work

Not long ago, Joe Tate was in Afghanistan and Iraq wielding a 50-caliber machine gun. Now he’s welding steel at ExxonMobil’s big Point Thomson project on the North Slope.

Cook Inlet oil production increases 25% in last year

Cook Inlet oil producers have boosted output 25 percent in the last year, data from the state Department of Natural Resources indicates. Production averaged of 16,288 barrels per day, or b/d, compared in the first half of 2014 compared with 13,087 b/d in the same period of 2013.

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