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    Mark McGeorge has joined Ravn Air Group as vice president, safety, security and compliance. McGeorge, an experienced pilot, military commander, and training expert, will be taking the reins from John Marshall, who will focus on his role as Ravn’s chief operating officer... Read More

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    The director of marijuana law enforcement would like to see new requirements to tighten security for transportation via the road system including advice on locking products in a vehicle and where to store marijuana overnight.

    James Hoelscher gave a report to the Marijuana Control Board... Read More

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    A million dollars per month in marijuana taxes paid mostly in cash to the Alaska Department of Revenue is creating a few headaches.

    About 76 percent of all taxes are paid in cash, Tax Division Director Ken Alper said, and the rest comes in money orders.

    The Department of Revenue... Read More

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    The usual ado is being made about so-called “Outside” corporations contributing millions of dollars toward the defeat of the Stand for Salmon initiative that could appear on the ballot this November.

    While the Supreme Court ponders the constitutionality of the measure after oral... Read More

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    Sen. Lisa Murkowski is touting her Interior and environment budget bill as much for the process behind it as what’s in it.

    Alaska’s senior senator emphasized in a June 14 call with reporters that the $35.8 billion fiscal year 2019 discretionary spending bill passed... Read More

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    Even though the state of Alaska is a non-disclosure state when it comes to the final sales price on a property, the statewide Multiple Listing Service purchase and sale agreement contains the following clause pertaining to disclosure.

    23) Authorization to Release Information to Brokers:... Read More

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    One of my earliest trips as a Federal Communications Commission commissioner was to a health care clinic in Fort Yukon, Alaska, population 554. The clinic may not have all the amenities of a big-city hospital, but it does have a broadband connection.

    High-speed internet access has made a... Read More

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    Copper River sockeye fishermen are facing historic low returns this year, prompting some commercial fisherman to target other species elsewhere in Prince William Sound, and leaving others waiting onshore in what is usually a profitable fishery to the tune of $15 million or more in ex-vessel... Read More

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    Copper River sockeye fishermen are facing historic low returns this year, prompting some commercial fisherman to target other species elsewhere in Prince William Sound, and leaving others waiting onshore in what is usually a profitable fishery to the tune of $15 million or more in ex-vessel... Read More

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    A new study reaffirms that large and long-standing inequities still exist in a federal program aimed at improving the economic situation in Western Alaska.

    Coastal Villages Region Fund commissioned the report conducted by the Seattle-based research firm Community Attributes Inc., which... Read More