July-Issue-4 2014

 

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Judge rules in favor of setnet ban ballot initiative

Voters could to be asked to decide whether to ban setnets in certain parts of Alaska under a court decision made today in Anchorage.

Archive »Construction Articles

United Way launches effort to address housing shortage

United Way launches effort to address housing shortage

United Way Anchorage is spearheading a collaborative effort to attack Anchorage’s housing woes.

Archive »Oil & Gas

EDITORIAL: Oil tax reform is working for benefit of Alaskans

Examining links between injection wells and quakes

Balash talks tax policy, natural gas, permitting

Archive »Alaska Politics

EDITORIAL: Oil tax reform is working for benefit of Alaskans

Archive »Finance

United Way launches effort to address housing shortage

United Way launches effort to address housing shortage

United Way Anchorage is spearheading a collaborative effort to attack Anchorage’s housing woes.

Archive »Editorials

EDITORIAL: Oil tax reform is working for benefit of Alaskans

FISH FACTOR: Bristol Bay sockeye salmon run strong, but prices aren’t

The Bookworm Sez: Traits of a ‘supersurvivor’

The Bookworm Sez: Traits of a ‘supersurvivor’

Archive »Fish Bytes

Judge rules in favor of setnet ban ballot initiative

Voters could to be asked to decide whether to ban setnets in certain parts of Alaska under a court decision made today in Anchorage.

Archive »Science

Examining links between injection wells and quakes

Archive »Mining

Permit filed to export Alaska LNG

KENAI — The consortium planning the North Slope gas pipeline and liquefied natural gas export project has reached another milestone.

Kuskokwim Corp. inks deal with Donlin Gold

A proposed $6 billion gold mine in the Kuskokwim region is progressing after an agreement between the company interested in developing the project and the village Native corporation that has surface rights in the area.

Exploration, expansion strategy at Pogo will extend mine life

The Pogo gold mine, near Delta east of Fairbanks, keeps growing. More gold is being found, and it’s sufficient to replace what is being produced each year.
EPA moves to block Pebble as House moves to block EPA

EPA moves to block Pebble as House moves to block EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency is continuing its push to block the potential Pebble copper and gold mine.

FISH FACTOR: Bristol Bay sockeye salmon run strong, but prices aren’t

Fort Knox gold output dips, but will still be top producer

Ambler Road proponents dismiss conflict of interest claims

Gold prices, mining activity hold steady compared to 2013

Gold prices, mining activity hold steady compared to 2013

Red Dog lead, zinc mine marks 25 years, $1B in royalties

Red Dog lead, zinc mine marks 25 years, $1B in royalties

Archive »Fishery Stories

FISH FACTOR: Bristol Bay sockeye salmon run strong, but prices aren’t

Charter operators report bigger halibut in Southcentral

Charter operators report bigger halibut in Southcentral

Bay harvest winds down; Kuskokwim kings may meet goal

Bay harvest winds down; Kuskokwim kings may meet goal