May-Issue-4 2014

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11 groups helping NMFS develop disaster funds spending plan

The National Marine Fisheries Service has selected 11 groups to help determine how it will spend $20.8 million in federal funds for the king salmon disaster declarations made in 2012.

Archive »Transportation

Commerce Dept. focusing on addressing energy problems

Kenai company leading the way on unmanned aircraft radar

Kenai company leading the way on unmanned aircraft radar

Archive »Construction Articles

Corps of Engineers gains flexibility for Alaska projects

Corps of Engineers gains flexibility for Alaska projects

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has more leeway to develop and maintain marine infrastructure in Alaska under the latest version of legislation that governs the Corps’ authority.

Archive »Oil & Gas

Playing TAPS: Annual dispute turns political

A state tax assessment board concluded four days of contentious hearings May 15 on valuation of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System for state and local property taxes.

Report: Oil and gas industry needs 7,500 trained workers

Commerce Dept. focusing on addressing energy problems

Decisions upcoming for C-P projects in NPR-A

Decisions upcoming for C-P projects in NPR-A

Nikiski residents have questions about proposed LNG plant

Archive »Technology

Kenai company leading the way on unmanned aircraft radar

Kenai company leading the way on unmanned aircraft radar

Archive »Alaska Politics

State officials target mid-2015 for workers’ comp changes

A new method of paying medical fees for injured workers under the state workers’ compensation program won’t be in place until mid-2015, and it will take more time for insurance companies to judge any effects on lowering costs so that adjustments can be made in premiums paid by employers.

EDITORIAL: Sexual assault reports required quicker action

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FISH FACTOR: First Copper River salmon reach state, national markets

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11 groups helping NMFS develop disaster funds spending plan

The National Marine Fisheries Service has selected 11 groups to help determine how it will spend $20.8 million in federal funds for the king salmon disaster declarations made in 2012.

Archive »Science

Halibut, salmon bycatch subject of fisheries symposium

UN: Spread of polio now a world health emergency

Company turns pollock research into supplement

Company turns pollock research into supplement

Smithsonian makes deal to offer online courses

Archive »Mining

Commerce Dept. focusing on addressing energy problems

Archive »Fishery Stories

Salmon seasons get underway around state

Salmon seasons get underway around state

Fishermen are setting their nets and readying their reels as salmon seasons throughout Alaska get started.

Halibut, salmon bycatch subject of fisheries symposium

Magnuson-Stevens Act discussion continues over draft bills

FISH FACTOR: First Copper River salmon reach state, national markets

Company turns pollock research into supplement

Company turns pollock research into supplement