May-Issue-3 2014

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Archive »Real Estate

Ravens’ Roost offers new way of living

Ravens’ Roost offers new way of living

Want new neighbors? A small group of Anchorage residents does and they are developing a neighborhood new to Alaska: cohousing.

Archive »Tourism

State labor market tightens as tourist season ramps up

State labor market tightens as tourist season ramps up

If you’re out for dinner in a restaurant this summer, you may find the wait-time for your meal is a little longer.

Archive »Oil & Gas

TAPS valuation disputed again as legal engine churns

Archive »Telecom

GCI reports record 1Q revenue, TiVo stems video losses

General Communications Inc. reported record revenue of $216 million in the first quarter of 2014 and net income of $2 million.

ACS revenue down after merger, service segments increase

Alaska Communications Systems Group Inc. announced a decrease in revenue for the first quarter, largely driven by changes from the new Alaska Wireless Network.

Archive »Alaska Politics

Compromise splits school funding increase

Compromise splits school funding increase

Disagreements over school funding brought the Legislature to a boil in its closing hours and extended the session by five days beyond its normal 90-day adjournment deadline.

Archive »National Politics

Health insurers just say no to marijuana coverage

HHS nominee faces GOP questions on health law

HHS nominee faces GOP questions on health law

Coast Guard to move slowly into the Arctic

Archive »Finance

GUEST COMMENTARY: Eye on Wall Street: Moving slowly in the right direction

Archive »Editorials

GUEST COMMENTARY: Eye on Wall Street: Moving slowly in the right direction

FISH FACTOR: Commercial sector dwarfs sport impact; gear contest underway

The Bookworm Sez: Learning from your mistakes

The Bookworm Sez: Learning from your mistakes

Archive »Mining

Pebble cites EPA emails in claim assessment was biased

Archive »Fishery Stories

FISH FACTOR: Commercial sector dwarfs sport impact; gear contest underway

Archive »Coastal Journal

Ravens’ Roost offers new way of living

Ravens’ Roost offers new way of living

Want new neighbors? A small group of Anchorage residents does and they are developing a neighborhood new to Alaska: cohousing.

Archive »General News

State labor market tightens as tourist season ramps up

State labor market tightens as tourist season ramps up

If you’re out for dinner in a restaurant this summer, you may find the wait-time for your meal is a little longer.

Opening soon, Sept. 11 museum called monument to unity