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Mat-Su officials to meet with feds over $12.3M ferry bill

Anchorage kicks off new port work; $300M needed to finish

The Municipality of Anchorage officially hit the reset button on its port project Aug. 18 with the kickoff of a weeklong design work session. Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan told a group of nearly 50 stakeholders gathered at the Port of Anchorage offices that he is confident in their ability to jumpstart the stalled construction project.

Kenai Borough seeks to skip EIS for North Road Extension

Foss Maritime constructing three new tugs for Arctic work

Mat-Su officials pondering how to pay $12.3M ferry bill

Archive » Tours and Travel

Kenai borough mayor vetoes vote on bed tax

NMFS corrects report, seeks more info on sport fishing

The National Marine Fisheries Service is also working to improve its data on the impacts of recreational fishing. The agency recently announced corrections to its “Fisheries Economics of the United States 2012” report.

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.

Alaska Air Group starts 2014 with another record profit

Alaska Air Group Inc. is on a major roll. The airline company announced it earned $94 million of first quarter net income in its earnings report April 25.

Employee training caters to tour travelers with disabilities

 

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