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    Last weekend, more than 1,200 students graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage.

    As they walked across the stage and toward their futures at Sunday’s Commencement ceremony, I watched them join the ranks of more than 53,000 UAA alumni, most of whom live and work in the state. I... Read More

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    Some people don’t find a lifelong career because of an intense calling to a specific field. They pursue happiness instead by avoiding what they don’t want to do: work for somebody else.

    That was the case for John Tatham, who, along with his wife Jan and her sister Shelley Bramstedt... Read More

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    Some people don’t find a lifelong career because of an intense calling to a specific field. They pursue happiness instead by avoiding what they don’t want to do: work for somebody else.

    That was the case for John Tatham, who, along with his wife Jan and her sister Shelley Bramstedt... Read More

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    The Alaska Gasline Development Corp. continues to whittle down the information it owes federal regulators for the Alaska LNG Project’s environmental impact statement, which is due out as a draft sometime in June.

    The state-funded public corporation submitted three batches of responses to... Read More

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    BlueCrest Energy is drilling from the bottom up to reach oil offshore in Cook Inlet.

    Benjamin Johnson, CEO of the small Texas-based independent, told members of the state House Resources Committee May 1 that the company has developed new long-range drilling techniques with lower costs to... Read More

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    BlueCrest Energy is drilling from the bottom up to reach oil offshore in Cook Inlet.

    Benjamin Johnson, CEO of the small Texas-based independent, told members of the state House Resources Committee May 1 that the company has developed new long-range drilling techniques with lower costs to... Read More

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    The potential of a unique Western Alaska mineral deposit keeps growing as its developers inch closer to making it a mine.

    Stan Foo, chief operating officer of Graphite One Inc., told a gathering of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance on May 9 in Anchorage that infill drilling done last... Read More

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    The potential of a unique Western Alaska mineral deposit keeps growing as its developers inch closer to making it a mine.

    Stan Foo, chief operating officer of Graphite One Inc., told a gathering of the Alaska Support Industry Alliance on May 9 in Anchorage that infill drilling done last... Read More

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    The Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council elected officers at its annual board meeting in Valdez from May 2-3. Officers will serve from May 2019 to May 2020. The elected executive committee is comprised of: President Robert Archibald, representing the... Read More

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    Bering Sea crabbers saw upticks in crab recruits during a good fishery for the 2018-19 season, along with strong prices.

    The crab season opens in mid-October for red king crab, Tanners and snow crab, or opilio, and while fishing goes fast for red kings in order to fill orders for year-... Read More