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    The University of Alaska president painted a distressing picture of what’s occurring in the university system after enduring $145 million in cumulative state funding cuts over the past four years.

    UA President Jim Johnsen outlined his concerns during his annual “State of the... Read More

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    The Presidents’ Day recess in Congress gave the Journal an opportunity to sit down with two-thirds of Alaska’s congressional delegation.

    Rep. Don Young stressed the need to update the nation’s infrastructure, from bridges to icebreakers, and the means to pay for it during a Feb. 19... Read More

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    The Presidents’ Day recess in Congress gave the Journal an opportunity to sit down with two-thirds of Alaska’s congressional delegation.

    Rep. Don Young stressed the need to update the nation’s infrastructure, from bridges to icebreakers, and the means to pay for it during a Feb. 19... Read More

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    North Slope oil has historically been a game of making big discoveries needed to justify big development costs, but a team of NANA WorleyParsons engineers is trying to rewrite that playbook.

    Kairos LLC, a subsidiary of NANA WorleyParsons, has developed what company leaders believe could... Read More

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    Managers of an Anchorage hydroponic farm at risk of shutting down in March made an unusual move to save their operation.

    Seeds of Change, located off Arctic Boulevard and 26th Avenue, occupies a 10,000-square-foot warehouse designed for the purpose of high-tech agriculture... Read More

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    Four energy companies were selected in a competitive process to participate in Launch Alaska’s 2018 business accelerator in Anchorage.

    They will complete an intensive four-month program beginning March 26 at the downtown Boardroom, a shared working space for innovators. In... Read More

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    The nation’s top fishing port welcomed seven European seafood buyers in late January — all women — and showed off its massive seafood industry during peak operations at Dutch Harbor.

    The women, whose companies import more than $60 million in U.S. seafood, hailed from France, Germany,... Read More

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    The Alaska Resource Education board of directors named Ella Ede as the organization’s executive director. Ede comes to ARE with more than 25 years’ experience in Alaska resource industries. She brings experience in mining as well as oil and gas, most recently as... Read More

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    While Alaska Gasline Development Corp. officials often tout the reams-worth of documents they’ve submitted to federal regulators for the Alaska LNG Project, those regulators responded with a letter Feb. 15 contending the state agency has refused to send information imperative to analyzing the $... Read More

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    On Monday the Binkley Company and Morris Communications announced the sale of three Alaskan publications: The Alaska Journal of Commerce, the Chugiak-Eagle River Star and The Alaskan Equipment Trader.

    The Alaska Journal of Commerce and the Chugiak-Eagle River Star are published weekly,... Read More