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    The Dunleavy administration argues the Alaska Statehood Act requires it to challenge the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ denial of a key wetlands permit for the Pebble project.

    The state appeal claims that decision was made using an unprecedented evaluation of the... Read More

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    The stock market had yet another record-breaking year in 2020. While that means many portfolios likely ended up in the black, it could also mean substantial tax bills for investors who sold stocks last year — especially those that weren’t tucked inside an individual retirement account,... Read More

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    JUNEAU — The Alaska Senate’s 13 Republicans have ended a two-month leadership dispute and confirmed their control of the Senate as the 32nd Alaska State Legislature opened on Jan. 19 in Juneau.

    The 40 lawmakers of the Alaska House of Representatives are still divided 20-20 and unable to... Read More

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    A small British explorer spudded an early winter appraisal well Jan. 13 in a haul road-adjacent prospect company leaders believe can be developed quickly even amidst tenuous market conditions.

    Pantheon Resources CEO Jay Cheatham said in an interview that drilling of the Talitha-A... Read More

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    A small British explorer spudded an early winter appraisal well Jan. 13 in a haul road-adjacent prospect company leaders believe can be developed quickly even amidst tenuous market conditions.

    Pantheon Resources CEO Jay Cheatham said in an interview that drilling of the Talitha-A... Read More

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    The Mat-Su Health Foundation has hired Karen Koenemann as its new vice president of programs, effective Jan. 11. Koenemann leads the foundation’s program team and is responsible for grant making, strategic planning, the convening of local and statewide partners, and... Read More

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    The single biggest hit to fishermen from the COVID-19 virus is reduced dock prices, according to Alaska and West Coast harvesters, and 98 percent said their businesses have been badly bashed by the pandemic.

    That’s based on survey results compiled by Ocean Strategies, a public relations... Read More

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    Democratic majorities in the House and Senate, along with a new Biden administration, promise sweeping policy changes in the United States. This includes campaign pledges to remake America’s electricity mix. But with campaign season over, Democrats should put rhetoric aside and pursue a... Read More

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    Most of the leaders of the Fairbanks-area gas utility believe they finally have a gas supply contract that will afford it the security needed to grow.

    The Interior Gas Utility board of Directors voted 5-2 Jan. 19 to approve what could end up being an 11-year feedstock supply contract... Read More

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    Leaders of the state development bank now must decide what to do with a failed North Slope oil project in which they have invested $70 million.

    The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority took control of the Mustang project in December following years of fits and starts by... Read More