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    Shannon Butler, Specialty Accounts officer at Denali-A Division of Nuvision Credit Union, was recently awarded the Certified IRA Services Professional certification from the American Bankers Association. The CISP certification was designed by ABA and its strategic... Read More

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    Oil and gas pipeline developers around the country are frustrated at the delays and legal challenges they have to plow through when they would prefer to be burrowing underground to install new pipe.

    Tulsa, Okla.-based Williams Cos. has been trying for more than four years to obtain... Read More

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    Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy’s cuts to the state Medicaid budget have providers holding their breaths as they wait to see the impacts.

    Dunleavy vetoed about $58 million of general fund support for Medicaid programs from the Legislature’s enacted budget on June 28. The Legislature, divided... Read More

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    Alaska’s Railbelt electric utility leaders are headed back to the drawing board after five years of work now that efforts to jointly manage the region’s transmission infrastructure have failed, at least for the time being.

    The utilities behind Alaska Railbelt Transmission LLC withdrew... Read More

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    Alaska’s Railbelt electric utility leaders are headed back to the drawing board after five years of work now that efforts to jointly manage the region’s transmission infrastructure have failed, at least for the time being.

    The utilities behind Alaska Railbelt Transmission LLC withdrew... Read More

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    Questions continue to bubble up about potential changes to state cannabis taxes to keep the current structure from hampering business in the future.

    Alaska voters legalized recreational marijuana use in 2014, but it took about 18 months for the first cultivators to be... Read More

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    The primary users of Anchorage’s beleaguered port want city officials to delay the first major rehabilitation work at the port in years while port leaders continue to discover earthquake damage to critical infrastructure.

    The eight companies that make up the informal “Port of Alaska... Read More

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    The primary users of Anchorage’s beleaguered port want city officials to delay the first major rehabilitation work at the port in years while port leaders continue to discover earthquake damage to critical infrastructure.

    The eight companies that make up the informal “Port of Alaska... Read More

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    Fisheries fared better than most in terms of Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy’s budget cuts.

    Just less than $1 million was cut from the commercial fisheries division of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, leaving it with an $85 million budget, half from state general funds.

    “To give... Read More

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    The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. is drastically cutting its staffing while it is in the midst of permitting the $43 billion Alaska LNG Project.

    The state-owned corporation issued a statement to the Journal Wednesday afternoon from Interim President Joe Dubler that reads: “AGDC is... Read More