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Jan - 02 - 2008

Jan - 04 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Murkowski opens application period for 2009 summer internship program

Bulletinboard - Fishing permit and vessel license renewal service now available online

Bulletinboard - TVC paramedic academy wins initial accreditation

Bulletinboard - Alaska International Airport System maintains outstanding ratings

Bulletinboard - Business school accreditation renewed

Bulletinboard - Conference of Young Alaskans delegates chosen

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Rough economic ride challenges seafood businesses

Focus - Resolution for 2009: Get your creidt report in shape for the new year

Focus - Bail bondsmen make it cheaper to get out of jail

Home - Statehood: Alaska celebrates 50th birthday

Home - Fire cuts Petro Star Interior deliveries

Home - PHOTO: Sculpture celebrates statehood

Home - 2009 season opens for harvest of tons of groundfish

Home - Per capita income rises

Home - PHOTO: Dogs captured in ice

Home - Alaska's pioneer aviators had mixed views on statehood

Home - Hickel still teaching the gospel of 'The Commons'

Home - PHOTO: Selkregg and scarf saw the beginning of statehood

Home - Murkowski opens application period for 2009 summer internship program

Home - Fishing permit and vessel license renewal service now available online

Home - Alaska International Airport System maintains outstanding ratings

Home - Conference of Young Alaskans delegates chosen

Home - The saga of Bernard Madoff: lessons relearned

Home - 2008 Year in Quotes - Authors, pundits speak out

Home - Rough economic ride challenges seafood businesses

Home - New Zealand airline jetliner partly powered by vegetable oil

Home - Resolution for 2009: Get your creidt report in shape for the new year

Home - Bail bondsmen make it cheaper to get out of jail

Localnews - Statehood: Alaska celebrates 50th birthday

Localnews - Fire cuts Petro Star Interior deliveries

Localnews - PHOTO: Sculpture celebrates statehood

Localnews - 2009 season opens for harvest of tons of groundfish

Localnews - Per capita income rises

Localnews - PHOTO: Dogs captured in ice

Localnews - Alaska's pioneer aviators had mixed views on statehood

Localnews - Hickel still teaching the gospel of 'The Commons'

Localnews - PHOTO: Selkregg and scarf saw the beginning of statehood

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Last chance for independents in Cook Inlet

Oilgas - New Zealand airline jetliner partly powered by vegetable oil

Opinion - The saga of Bernard Madoff: lessons relearned

Opinion - 2008 Year in Quotes - Authors, pundits speak out

Jan - 06 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Princess Tours wins UAF credits for driver training program

Bulletinboard - $15 million available in conservation innovation grants

Calendar - Tuesday, Jan. 8

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 9

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 9

Calendar - Thursday, Jan. 10-Friday, Jan. 11

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 16

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Alaska's 2007 fish retrospective: Same 'ole, same 'ole

Fisheries - Southeast halibut fishermen bracing for more quota cuts

Fisheries - Parallel fisheries may boost economies, smaller vessel owners

Fisheries - Biologists predict average sockeye harvest for Cook Inlet in 2008

Fishfactor - 2007 Fish Picks

Health - Providence Opens New Cancer Center

Home - Pebble awaiting OK of $100M budget

Home - Climate change task forces zero in on erosion issues

Home - Up, up and away: Hot air balloon competition planned for 2008

Home - Alaska pilots relieved: They have wings till they're 65

Home - Alaska to receive federal money for transportation

Moversshakers - Photo: Becker honored

Home - Princess Tours wins UAF credits for driver training program

Home - $15 million available in conservation innovation grants

Home - Southeast halibut fishermen bracing for more quota cuts

Home - Parallel fisheries may boost economies, smaller vessel owners

Home - Biologists predict average sockeye harvest for Cook Inlet in 2008

Home - BP Exploration to pay $379M in back taxes

Home - Crude futures hit record $100 a barrel on supply concerns

Home - Governor: Gasline proposals under review, public release coming soon

Home - Cosmo oil prospect holds promise for Pioneer

Home - BP may trim Alaska spending in response to new state tax

Home - Higher oil tax prompts some drilling cuts

Legislative - Governor: Gasline proposals under review, public release coming soon

Localnews - Climate change task forces zero in on erosion issues

Localnews - Up, up and away: Hot air balloon competition planned for 2008

Moneytalks - Even experts make financial mistakes, learn from them

Moversshakers - Photo: Becker honored

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers
Week of Jan 6, 2008

Moversshakers - Photo: Perdue retires

Naturalresources - Pebble awaiting OK of $100M budget

Home - Climate change task forces zero in on erosion issues

Oilgas - BP Exploration to pay $379M in back taxes

Oilgas - Crude futures hit record $100 a barrel on supply concerns

Oilgas - Governor: Gasline proposals under review, public release coming soon

Oilgas - Cosmo oil prospect holds promise for Pioneer

Oilgas - BP may trim Alaska spending in response to new state tax

Oilgas - Higher oil tax prompts some drilling cuts

Opinion - The best of 2007: A look at the nation's highlights

Transportation - Alaska pilots relieved: They have wings till they're 65

Transportation - Alaska to receive federal money for transportation

Transportation - Up, up and away: Hot air balloon competition planned for 2008

Jan - 13 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Sealaska foundation accepting scholarship applications

Bulletinboard - FNBA to open branch in Healy

Bulletinboard - Clean water Actions grants available

Bulletinboard - BLM to begin collecting drilling applications fees

Bulletinboard - Chugach gets new federal license for hydro project

Bulletinboard - Juneau office property sold

Home - Photos: Alaska Guard ships to Afghanistan

Calendar - Tuesday, Jan. 15

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 16

Calendar - Friday, Jan. 18

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 23

Calendar - Friday, Jan. 25

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Seafood futures

Fisheries - Chukchi lease sale set; environmentalists seek to postpone

Fisheries - Market demand for Bering Sea red king crab is solid

Fisheries - SWAMC gears up for 20th annual meeting

Home - Gas pipeline, spending issues will dominate 2008 session

Home - Aircraft manufacturing to begin this year in Chugiak

Home - Critic says final report shows few would use Knik bridge

Home - Federal transportation money to dry up after 2009

Home - FAA asks state to help fund air safety program

Home - Photos: Alaska Guard ships to Afghanistan

Home - Little competition arose in gas line bids, rejection letters show

Home - TransCan wants federal guarantees

Home - TransCan says debt won't affect bid

Home - State, industry both win and lose in Point Thomson court decision

Home - Canadian firm will move to next phase of AGIA process

Home - Chukchi lease sale set; environmentalists seek to postpone

Home - Intel hopes new chip technologies rev up powerful but smaller portable computers

Home - Photo: Are you ready for Super Bowl Sunday?

Home - Market demand for Bering Sea red king crab is solid

Home - State wrangles deal to ensure natural gas search continues

Legislative - Gas pipeline, spending issues will dominate 2008 session

Legislative - Welcome to the Legislative Journal

Localnews - TransCan says debt won't affect bid

Localnews - Little competition arose in gas line bids, rejection letters show

Localnews - Welcome to the Legislative Journal

Localnews - Photo: Are you ready for Super Bowl Sunday?

Localnews - Little competition arose in gas line bids, rejection letters show

Localnews - TransCan says debt won't affect bid

Moversshakers - Photo: Starbucks brews leadership change

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers
Week of Jan 13, 2008

Naturalresources - State wrangles deal to ensure natural gas search continues

Oilgas - Little competition arose in gas line bids, rejection letters show

Oilgas - TransCan wants federal guarantees

Oilgas - TransCan says debt won't affect bid

Oilgas - State, industry both win and lose in Point Thomson court decision

Oilgas - Canadian firm will move to next phase of AGIA process

Oilgas - Chukchi lease sale set; environmentalists seek to postpone

Oilgas - State wrangles deal to ensure natural gas search continues

Opinion - Palin should skip photo shoots, focus on gas line

Opinion - MEA director questions Chugach Electric's cryptic plans

Technology - Intel hopes new chip technologies rev up powerful but smaller portable computers

Home - Photo: Are you ready for Super Bowl Sunday?

Transportation - Aircraft manufacturing to begin this year in Chugiak

Transportation - Critic says final report shows few would use Knik bridge

Transportation - Federal transportation money to dry up after 2009

Transportation - FAA asks state to help fund air safety program

Jan - 14 - 2008

Legislative - Legislature embarks on reduced session calendar

Legislative - State senator sounds alarm over Juneau job loss

Legislative - Gov. Palin strikes right note with call to save

Jan - 15 - 2008

Legislative - Party leaders call for Cowdery to step down

Legislative - Lawmakers return, this time for 90-day session

Jan - 16 - 2008

Legislative - Legislature to consider ConocoPhilips pipeline proposal

Legislative - Palin cites accomplishments, bright future for Alaska in her State of the State address

Legislative - State of the State highlights

Jan - 17 - 2008

Fisheries - Breaking News
Snopac will open processing plant in Dillingham

Legislative - Senate President says there's no flap with governor

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Legislative - New Senate Rules chairman to be selected by next week

Legislative - Conoco’s willing to talk; why isn’t the governor?

Jan - 18 - 2008

Legislative - Lawmakers still smarting over last year's budget vetoes

Legislative - DOT Commissioner faces Transportation Committee questions

Jan - 20 - 2008

Bulletinboard - SBA unveils new search features on its Web site

Bulletinboard - Chugach Electric members share $5 million in credits

Bulletinboard - SEARHC offers community grants toward healthy behavior

Bulletinboard - The trend is in Z-coil

Business - Business to Business: The Strategic Plan

Business - Achieving a fiscal plan is important to state's future economic success

Business - Message from the chair: Membership, advocacy, Plan B

Business - President discusses why Alaskans should plan for the future

Business - A comprehensive energy policy is a must for Alaska

Business - Alaska business owners join task force, engage energy policy debate

Business - Progress of the pipeline, its relationship with Alaska

Business - State must address the PERS/TRS issue as part of a fiscal plan

Business - Alaska State Chamber welcomes new members

Business - State wins the lottery, but Alaska's citizens may lose

Business - State Chamber sets 2008 legislative priorities

Business - UAF awards credit to Princess for commercial driver training program

Business - Educator discusses ideas for keeping Alaskans home for college

Business - Misnomer: The Clean Water Initiative

Business - UAF awards credit to Princess for commercial driver training program

Calendar - Tuesday, Jan. 22

Calendar - Tuesday, Jan. 22-Thursday, Jan. 24

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 23

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 23

Calendar - Friday, Jan. 25

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Nipped Bering Sea crabbers may get new chance at quota

Fishfactor - Fish and the Farm Bill

Fishfactor - Halibut catches comin' up

Fisheries - Alaskan recalls long era of marine conservation work

Fisheries - Klamath groups offer plan for removing dams to help salmon

Fisheries - Alaska group removes marine debris from 70 miles of shore

Fisheries - Bay fishers meet to improve standards

Healthhorizons - Finding hot spots helps diabetics avoid foot ulcers, amputations

Health - Hearing loss prevention program = less money

Home - State tax complicates oil access for independent companies

Home - Providence Cancer Center unveiling

Home - Young raps state for lack of marine transportation plan

Localnews - ACS to invest $95M in fiber optic cable to the Lower 48

Home - State economist says job growth slowing

Home - Construction permits near record highs while industry shows decline in jobs

Home - HIV/AIDS rates marginally higher among Alaska Natives

Oilgas - Port authority asks state to reconsider AGIA application

Home - Palin rejects ConocoPhillips' plan to build a natural gas pipeline

Home - Meet the speakers of the Meet Alaska conference

Home - Alliance Support Industry 2008 Meet Alaska schedule

Home - Alaska company aims to keep the North Slope clean

Home - Feds: Broadwater LNG terminal poses no major impact

Home - Oil prices fall sharply as data confirm view that economy is slowing

Home - U.S. oil and gas rig count down 30

Home - Transportation panel urges gas tax increase to fix roadways

Transportation - Put 'er there, partner

Home - Clean water initiative now before elections division

Home - Kivalina takes Red Dog to court over air quality complaints

Home - Renewable energy projects heat up Chena Hot Springs

Home - Coal-power plants boom, environmentalists launch legal assaults

Home - Alaskan recalls long era of marine conservation work

Home - Klamath groups offer plan for removing dams to help salmon

Home - Alaska group removes marine debris from 70 miles of shore

Home - Bay fishers meet to improve standards

Home - Finding hot spots helps diabetics avoid foot ulcers, amputations

Localnews - State tax complicates oil access for independent companies

Localnews - Providence Cancer Center unveiling

Localnews - Young raps state for lack of marine transportation plan

Localnews - ACS to invest $95M in fiber optic cable to the Lower 48

Localnews - Palin touts bright future for Alaska in her State of the State

Localnews - State of the State highlights

Localnews - State will have healthy budget surplus this year

Localnews - State economist says job growth slowing

Localnews - Construction permits near record highs while industry shows decline in jobs

Localnews - HIV/AIDS rates marginally higher among Alaska Natives

Localnews - Port authority asks state to reconsider AGIA application

Localnews - Palin rejects ConocoPhillips' plan to build a natural gas pipeline

Localnews - Alaskan recalls long era of marine conservation work

Moversshakers - ANLIT Technologies celebrates at trade show

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers
Week of January 20th, 2008

Naturalresources - Clean water initiative now before elections division

Naturalresources - Kivalina takes Red Dog to court over air quality complaints

Naturalresources - Renewable energy projects heat up Chena Hot Springs

Naturalresources - Coal-power plants boom, environmentalists launch legal assaults

Oilgas - State tax complicates oil access for independent companies

Oilgas - Lawmakers will hold hearings on Conoco gas line proposal

Oilgas - Port authority asks state to reconsider AGIA application

Oilgas - Palin rejects ConocoPhillips' plan to build a natural gas pipeline

Oilgas - Meet the speakers of the Meet Alaska conference

Oilgas - Alliance Support Industry 2008 Meet Alaska schedule

Oilgas - Alaska company aims to keep the North Slope clean

Oilgas - Feds: Broadwater LNG terminal poses no major impact

Oilgas - Oil prices fall sharply as data confirm view that economy is slowing

Oilgas - U.S. oil and gas rig count down 30

Oilgas - Transportation panel urges gas tax increase to fix roadways

Opinion - Alaska politicians unwavering on shaky project

Opinion - Online checkbook is one step in efforts to publicize state's accounts

Transportation - Put 'er there, partner

Transportation - Young raps state for lack of marine transportation plan

Jan - 21 - 2008

Legislative - Session ends first full week of business

Legislative - Governor introduces bill to repeal certificate of need program

Legislative - Senate majority reorganizes leadership positions

Legislative - Hopefully, lawmakers will work within their 90-day session

Legislative - Alaska gas rate in middle of the pack

Legislative - Bill would change oil tax law

Jan - 22 - 2008

Legislative - Commentary: Cruise tax yields questions

Legislative - Advocates push for independent ferry authority

Legislative - Senate committee takes up design liability bill

Jan - 23 - 2008

Legislative - Breaking News
ConocoPhillips takes 50-percent ownership stake in pipeline

Legislative - Community leaders complain Palin ignoring their concerns

Legislative - Bill would close loophole in workers’ comp

Legislative - House passes bill on fish board conflict-of-interest

Legislative - RCA details staffing woes to Legislature

Jan - 24 - 2008

Legislative - ConocoPhillips’ ideas on pipeline fiscal terms not far from Palin’s

Legislative - Tour marketing groups get mixed reception on pitch for money

Legislative - ConocoPhillips says TransCanada’s $9 billion debt a problem for gas pipeline

Jan - 25 - 2008

Legislative - Pollution mixing zone legislation is resurrected

Legislative - Salmon tax credit scheduled for hearing  

Legislative - Legislative budget battles heat up

Jan - 27 - 2008

Alaskaeats - Despite location, Imperial Palace is worth a taste

Bulletinboard - Photo: Captain gets a star

Bulletinboard - Alaska company receives grant for software development

Bulletinboard - Some Alaskans eligible for unemployment tax refunds

Bulletinboard - First Web-based Native language class to debut

Bulletinboard - Ribbon-cutting for Heroes Home program

Bulletinboard - ACVB wins several awards

Bulletinboard - Libraries awarded $4.4M from Rasmuson Foundation

Bulletinboard - CIRI to add rooms to Seward Windsong Lodge

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 30

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 30

Calendar - Wednesday, Jan. 30

Calendar - Thursday, Jan. 31-Friday, Feb. 1

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fisheries - Snopac Products to open fish processing plant in Dillingham

Fishfactor - Halibut commission flattens Alaska's catch limits for 2008

Fishfactor - Fish futures

Fishfactor - Seafood féte

Focus - Medallion Foundation receives new funding and new director in 2008

Focus - Accident-Free Companies-2007

Focus - 2008 AACA Tradeshow Program Highlights

Focus - 2008 Tradeshow Sponsors

Focus - Welcome to the 42nd annual convention and trade show

Focus - Message from the executive director

Focus - Welcome attendees and exhibitors!

Focus - 2008 AACA Convention and Tradeshow Race Schedule

Focus - 2008 AACA Tradeshow Exhibitors

Healthhorizons - Heating assistance program gets a $3.5 million congressional boost

Health - See a chiropractor to relieve spinal pain

Home - Frontier and Hageland join forces

Home - Mining gives wing to aviation business, local economies

Home - Mat-Su chugs step closer to rail expansion

Home - DOT leader says state can bridge federal funding gaps

Home - Totem rates, surcharges to increase

Home - Despite location, Imperial Palace is worth a taste

Home - Aviators to lobby Legislature to garner $34M for safety equipment

Home - Medallion Foundation receives new funding and new director in 2008

Home - State: Punitive damages are warranted in Valdez oil spill

Home - Microwave technology may pull oil from shale

Home - Photo: Snackdown Champs

Home - Peninsula merges care with new community health center

Home - More employers offer animal insurance

Home - Alaska, Cascadia green building councils merge

Home - Mat-Su to take bids on scaled-down prison project in spring

Home - Snopac Products to open fish processing plant in Dillingham

Legislative - DOT leader says state can bridge federal funding gaps

Localnews - Photo: Snackdown Champs

Localnews - Heating assistance program gets a $3.5 million congressional boost

Localnews - Peninsula merges care with new community health center

Localnews - More employers offer animal insurance

Localnews - Alaska, Cascadia green building councils merge

Localnews - Mat-Su to take bids on scaled-down prison project in spring

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers
Week of January 27th, 2008

Naturalresources - Mining gives wing to aviation business, local economies

Oilgas - State: Punitive damages are warranted in Valdez oil spill

Oilgas - Microwave technology may pull oil from shale

Opinion - TransCanada proposal should raise tough questions

Transportation - Frontier and Hageland join forces

Transportation - Mining gives wing to aviation business, local economies

Transportation - Mat-Su chugs step closer to rail expansion

Transportation - DOT leader says state can bridge federal funding gaps

Transportation - Totem rates, surcharges to increase

Transportation - Aviators to lobby Legislature to garner $34M for safety equipment

Transportation - Medallion Foundation receives new funding and new director in 2008

Jan - 28 - 2008

Legislative - Analysts say Palin’s budget a 13 percent increase

Legislative - Gas pipeline open caucuses scheduled to hear all proposals

Legislative - Interior legislators want another look at Susitna hydro dam

Legislative - Governor should be confident, but not brash

Legislative - Federal coordinator says Alaska's gas line plan must keep momentum

Legislative - Legislators are told TransCanada’s pipeline application doesn’t meet terms of AGIA law

Legislative - Minimum wage bill up for hearings Thursday

Legislative - House speaker thinks certificate of need repeal might not make it

Jan - 29 - 2008

Legislative - Mining tax increase before legislators Wednesday

Jan - 31 - 2008

Home - Breaking News

Chukchi Sea lawsuit filed by Inupiat over upcoming MMS lease sale

Legislative - State rejects Port Authority’s request

Legislative - Redrafted health insurance bill gets hearings

Legislative - Mine tax bill moves

Legislative - Administration asks for supplemental 2008 funding

Legislative - Irwin, Galvin on the hot seat over gas pipeline today

Legislative - Senate considers restoration of coastal management program

Legislative - Denali Commission: Time for state to chip in

Feb - 01 - 2008

Bradners - Bill would change oil tax law

Bradners - Session ends first full week of business

Legislative - Administration back-peddles on CON repeal

Legislative - Hearings on minimum wage held in Senate

Legislative - More Senate hearings on natural gas pipeline

Legislative - Lawmakers take up first of many conflict of interest measures

Legislative - Governor and lawmakers shouldn't let Conoco derail pipeline plan

Feb - 03 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Ringing in the Russian New Year

Bulletinboard - Alaska Pacific Bancshares announces cash dividend

Bulletinboard - Wells Fargo donates $1.6M to Alaska nonprofits in 2007

Bulletinboard - Tundra Wilderness Tour offers DVD of Denali Park

Bulletinboard - Seafood board accepting grant applications

Bulletinboard - Athena Society accepting 2008 nominations

Bulletinboard - Honeywell opens new office in Anchorage

Bulletinboard - Aetna introduces new health insurance plans

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Calendar

Fisheries - Federal cuts hit fisheries

Fisheries - Miners, fishermen at odds over hoverbarge on Taku River

Fisheries - Rockfish pilot program garners praise, criticism

Fisheries - Aviation weather observation in Dutch Harbor at risk

Fishfactor - Alaska faces $7 million cut in fish-related federal funding

Home - Mining leader optimistic about future

Home - Mine Air: Alaska charter operations increase as mining operations build

Home - Mining report shows growing affect on Alaska economy

Home - Borell: Longtime advocate sees mine industry boom

Home - Mineral exploration activity increases near Rainy Pass

Home - Federal cuts hit fisheries

Home - Rockfish pilot program garners praise, criticism

Home - BP to slash spending due to taxes

Home - Workshop scheduled on North Aleutian Basin oil and gas development

Home - Industry focuses on technical training for future jobs

Home - Yukon Flat land swap raises environmental hackles

Home - Workers

Home - Aviation weather observation in Dutch Harbor at risk

Home - Aviation safety loan program bills introduced

Home - Moving Legislature under debate - again

Home - Legislators told TransCanada's application doesn't meet AGIA terms

Legislative - Lawmakers resurrect Susitna hydroelectric project idea

Legislative - Legislators told TransCanada's application doesn't meet AGIA terms

Legislative - Moving Legislature under debate - again

Legislative - Supplemental budget out for review

Legislative - Palin not ready to back presidential candidate

Legislative - Anchorage lawmaker treated for chest pain

Legislative - Compassionate gift bill on fast track

Legislative - Lawmakers resurrect Susitna hydroelectric project idea

Legislative - Legislators told TransCanada's application doesn't meet AGIA terms

Legislative - Photo: Tom Irwin

Localnews - Industry focuses on technical training for future jobs

Localnews - Yukon Flat land swap raises environmental hackles

Localnews - Alaska Meet and Greet

Localnews - Workers: Industry steps up as worker shortage looms

Localnews - Rich cut back on luxury items

Localnews - Kelsey appointed as new AIDEA/AEA board chair

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Localnews - New stroke treatment can vacuum clots out of the brain

Localnews - Miners, fishermen at odds over hoverbarge on Taku River

Moneytalks - Late tax law changes affect some workers seeking child care, education credits

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Moversshakers - Patriotic boss award

Naturalresources - Mining leader optimistic about future

Naturalresources - Mine Air: Alaska charter operations increase as mining operations build

Naturalresources - Alaska Meet and Greet

Naturalresources - Lawmakers resurrect Susitna hydroelectric project idea

Naturalresources - Mining report shows growing affect on Alaska economy

Naturalresources - Coeur Alaska submits modified plan

Naturalresources - Borell: Longtime advocate sees mine industry boom

Naturalresources - Mineral exploration activity increases near Rainy Pass

Naturalresources - Under new management: Donlin Creek drilling to kick off this winter

Naturalresources - Miners, fishermen at odds over hoverbarge on Taku River

Oilgas - BP to slash spending due to taxes

Oilgas - Industry focuses on technical training for future jobs

Oilgas - Yukon Flat land swap raises environmental hackles

Oilgas - Alaska Meet and Greet

Oilgas - Workshop scheduled on North Aleutian Basin oil and gas development

Oilgas - Legislators told TransCanada's application doesn't meet AGIA terms

Oilgas - CNOOC says 2008 oil, gas output to rise

Oilgas - 2008 winter exploration season kicks off

Opinion - AJOC Editorial

Opinion - Letter to the Editor

Transportation - Aviation weather observation in Dutch Harbor at risk

Transportation - Aviation safety loan program bills introduced

Feb - 04 - 2008

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Home - New Valley creamery hopes Cheese Futures will save dairy farms

Feb - 05 - 2008

Legislative - House Committee wrestles with new savings account idea

Bradners - Huggins speaks for revision of oil tax in SB-242

Legislative - Sinopec interest could stimulate interest in Alaska LNG project

Feb - 06 - 2008

Legislative - Bill to expand firefighters workers’ comp goes to senate finance

Bradners - Ellis proposes tax credits to attract Hollywood

Legislative - Habitat Division to return to Fish and Game

Feb - 07 - 2008

Legislative - Unemployment increase active in Senate Labor and Commerce

Bradners - Easing access to the constitutional budget reserve

Bradners - Measure to create new revenue surplus savings account moves in House

Legislative - TransCanada makes pitch to Legislature

Feb - 10 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Bulletin

Calendar - Calendar

Fishfactor - Lent followers say farewell to meat, hello Alaska seafood

Fishfactor - Yukon River salmon treat is a winner again

Focus - Designer offers Hot Elements

Home - Palin submits health care transparency bill to both houses

Home - Mammoth lease sale spurs offshore Arctic exploration

Home - More employees, companies see volunteer work as career-builder

Home - Two forecasts call for flat economy in 2008

Home - Corps of Engineers looks toward more regional planning

Home - New creamery hopes cheese futures will save farms

Home - PHOTO: Anchorage High School Auditorium

Home - Lent followers say farewell to meat, hello Alaska seafood

Home - Sinopec still hopes to make Alaska LNG for export to China

Home - Loss of partner, political obstacles prompted BG bid drop

Home - Sundog Media buys Web Weavers, merges them into one

Home - 360 North goes online, digital to offer local programing

Home - New on Amazon: Storage, data crunching for startups

Home - Designer offers Hot Elements

Localnews - Palin submits health care transparency bill to both houses

Localnews - More employees, companies see volunteer work as career-builder

Localnews - Two forecasts call for flat economy in 2008

Localnews - Corps of Engineers looks toward more regional planning

Localnews - New creamery hopes cheese futures will save farms

Localnews - PHOTO: Anchorage High School Auditorium

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Mammoth lease sale spurs offshore Arctic exploration

Oilgas - Sinopec still hopes to make Alaska LNG for export to China

Oilgas - Loss of partner, political obstacles prompted BG bid drop

Opinion - Something's awry in marine highway admin decisions

Opinion - Letter to the Editor

Technology - Sundog Media buys Web Weavers, merges them into one

Technology - 360 North goes online, digital to offer local programing

Technology - New on Amazon: Storage, data crunching for startups

Transportation - Alaska Air posts profit despite fuel increases

Feb - 11 - 2008

Legislative - End-of-session schedule approved

Bradners - Design professionals’ protection on hold for '08 session

Bradners - House approves governor, legislator pay commission

Legislative - Committee reworking statute of limitations bill

Feb - 12 - 2008

Legislative - Annual military briefing in Juneau today

Legislative - Bill limits court access for ‘vexatious’ litigants

Legislative - State’s ‘Ocean Ranger’ program too costly, Fairbanks legislator says

Legislative - Palin, gas line team meet with ConocoPhillips

Legislative - Palin, gas line team meet with ConocoPhillips

Feb - 13 - 2008

Legislative - Briefings on revenue, Point Thomson litigation in Juneau today

Legislative - Outlook is good for big education funding bill, legislators say

Legislative - Revamp of state coastal zone management law moves to Senate Resources

Feb - 14 - 2008

Legislative - 2008 Legislature one-third of way through 90-day schedule

Legislative - Commercial fishing exemption bill ready for House vote

Legislative - Bill for Susitna hydro study funding moves to Finance

Home - ASRC Energy Services proposes seismic activity in the Chukchi Sea

Legislative - Point Thomson Update

Feb - 15 - 2008

Legislative - Bill on auto dealer disclosure moves from Senate committee

Legislative - House HESS to resume work on CON repeal

Feb - 17 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Bulletin Board

Bulletinboard - Bulletin Board

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Calendar

Fishfactor - Snow crab invade Barents Sea, poise to roil crab markets

Fishfactor - Snow crab invade Barents Sea, poise to roil crab markets

Healthhorizons - Stay in shape and avoid gym fees

Healthhorizons - Stay in shape and avoid gym fees

Healthhorizons - Beijing Olympics goes Kosher as food safety issues drive boom

Healthhorizons - Beijing Olympics goes Kosher as food safety issues drive boom

Healthhorizons - Cruise lines now offer healthier foods to draw boomers

Healthhorizons - Cruise lines now offer healthier foods to draw boomers

Home - Usibelli ships coal to Chile power plants

Home - Usibelli ships coal to Chile power plants

Home - Olgoonik builds success worldwide

Home - Olgoonik builds success worldwide

Home - Alaska Aerospace announces Dale Nash is new president and chief executive

Home - Alaska Aerospace announces Dale Nash is new president and chief executive

Home - Major retail jewelers take stance against Pebble mine

Home - Major retail jewelers take stance against Pebble mine

Home - Alaska salmon treats bark up yummy sales

Home - Alaska salmon treats bark up yummy sales

Home - Marine foundation hopes to broaden debris cleanup

Home - Marine foundation hopes to broaden debris cleanup

Home - New study says fish farms can harm wild salmon population

Home - New study says fish farms can harm wild salmon population

Home - USCG Marine Safety programs

Home - USCG Marine Safety programs

Home - Palin, gas line team meet with ConocoPhillips officials

Home - Palin, gas line team meet with ConocoPhillips officials

Home - Sand Lake group seeks help with area aquifers

Home - Sand Lake group seeks help with area aquifers

Home - Snow crab invade Barents Sea, poise to roil crab markets

Home - Snow crab invade Barents Sea, poise to roil crab markets

Home - State's expected revenue surplus from oil could grow

Home - State's expected revenue surplus from oil could grow

Home - Port Authority tells lawmakers it could build pipeline and LNG

Home - Port Authority tells lawmakers it could build pipeline and LNG

Home - Shell ready to get to work on new Chukchi leases

Home - Shell ready to get to work on new Chukchi leases

Home - Cruise lines now offer healthier foods to draw boomers

Home - Cruise lines now offer healthier foods to draw boomers

Home - Crowley to add new tugs in Western Alaska

Home - Crowley to add new tugs in Western Alaska

Legislative - State's expected revenue surplus from oil could grow

Legislative - State's expected revenue surplus from oil could grow

Legislative - Port Authority tells lawmakers it could build pipeline and LNG

Legislative - Port Authority tells lawmakers it could build pipeline and LNG

Legislative - TransCanada says it has added incentives for gas owners

Legislative - TransCanada says it has added incentives for gas owners

Localnews - Usibelli ships coal to Chile power plants

Localnews - Usibelli ships coal to Chile power plants

Localnews - Olgoonik builds success worldwide

Localnews - Olgoonik builds success worldwide

Localnews - Alaska Aerospace announces Dale Nash is new president and chief executive

Localnews - Alaska Aerospace announces Dale Nash is new president and chief executive

Localnews - TransCanada says it has added incentives for gas owners

Localnews - TransCanada says it has added incentives for gas owners

Localnews - Icicle donates $200,000 to UA for fish research, education

Localnews - Icicle donates $200,000 to UA for fish research, education

Localnews - Major retail jewelers take stance against Pebble mine

Localnews - Major retail jewelers take stance against Pebble mine

Localnews - Hecla Mining acquires 70 percent of Greens Creek for $750 million

Localnews - Hecla Mining acquires 70 percent of Greens Creek for $750 million

Localnews - Alaska salmon treats bark up yummy sales

Localnews - Alaska salmon treats bark up yummy sales

Localnews - Work will continue on hatcheries despite rising costs

Localnews - Work will continue on hatcheries despite rising costs

Localnews - ASMI launches sustainability program to market Alaska seafood

Localnews - ASMI launches sustainability program to market Alaska seafood

Localnews - Marine foundation hopes to broaden debris cleanup

Localnews - Marine foundation hopes to broaden debris cleanup

Localnews - New study says fish farms can harm wild salmon population

Localnews - New study says fish farms can harm wild salmon population

Localnews - Balsiger named acting director of Marine Fisheries Service

Localnews - Balsiger named acting director of Marine Fisheries Service

Localnews - USCG Marine Safety programs

Localnews - USCG Marine Safety programs

Localnews - Palin, gas line team meet with ConocoPhillips officials

Localnews - Palin, gas line team meet with ConocoPhillips officials

Localnews - NAC vintage aircraft to be retired this fall

Localnews - NAC vintage aircraft to be retired this fall

Localnews - Crowley to add new tugs in Western Alaska

Localnews - Crowley to add new tugs in Western Alaska

Localnews - PHOTO: Cheers to the outdoorsy folks

Localnews - PHOTO: Cheers to the outdoorsy folks

Localnews - PHOTO: Guard and the dogs

Localnews - PHOTO: Guard and the dogs

Localnews - Work will continue on hatcheries despite rising costs

Localnews - Work will continue on hatcheries despite rising costs

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - More on Chukchi lease

Oilgas - More on Chukchi lease

Oilgas - Shell ready to get to work on new Chukchi leases

Oilgas - Shell ready to get to work on new Chukchi leases

Opinion - New border crossing rules may trip Alaskans

Opinion - New border crossing rules may trip Alaskans

Opinion - Election security is Democracy's cornerstone

Opinion - Election security is Democracy's cornerstone

Opinion - Alaskans need AGIA and the gas line

Opinion - Alaskans need AGIA and the gas line

Opinion - Gas line financing is a guaranteed deal through feds

Opinion - Gas line financing is a guaranteed deal through feds

Opinion - Punitive damages are a valuable tool for preventing oil spills

Opinion - Punitive damages are a valuable tool for preventing oil spills

Technology - Fashion spark: Researchers at work on fabrics that could power gadgets

Technology - Fashion spark: Researchers at work on fabrics that could power gadgets

Transportation - NAC vintage aircraft to be retired this fall

Transportation - NAC vintage aircraft to be retired this fall

Transportation - Crowley to add new tugs in Western Alaska

Transportation - Crowley to add new tugs in Western Alaska

Transportation - Alaska Aerospace announces Dale Nash is new president and chief executive

Transportation - Alaska Aerospace announces Dale Nash is new president and chief executive

Feb - 18 - 2008

Legislative - Health care/facility regulation bills get attention this week

Legislative - Oil companies spend big on advertising

Legislative - Oil companies spend big on advertising

Feb - 19 - 2008

Bradners - State will increase Medicaid reimbursements to health providers

Bradners - Legislators pleased at ExxonMobil’s gas sales contract to Fairbanks

Bradners - Speaker Harris: TransCanada won’t play hardball to get producers to ship gas

Feb - 21 - 2008

Legislative - Anti-mining bill pending in House committee

Legislative - House votes to extend salmon processing tax credit

Legislative - Rep. Neuman’s vocational education funding bill up in Senate

Feb - 24 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Bulletin

Calendar - Calendar

Fishfactor - Bill aims to make health insurance available to fishermen

Fisheries - Commercial, charter groups work to find fair fish grounds

Home - Groups work to head off marine debris

Home - ConocoPhillips says it will reassess its gas line proposal

Home - ASRC subsidiary proposes to do seismic work in Chukchi Sea

Home - Denali Commission partners with CDQ groups

Home - Coast Guard ramps up to patrol more-open Arctic waters

Home - Southeast charters form group to enhance voice at council

Home - Pickins' are slim in Juneau, but Verona's is a hidden jewel

Home - CIRI diversifies scope of services, wins first competitive bid

Home - Advocates of uranium mining aim for risk study

Home - Retired Air Force man blazes trail beyond trucking dream

Home - Lawmakers should fix approach to conflicts of interest

Home - Exxon proposes new Point Thomson project in move to defuse dispute

Home - Commercial, charter groups work to find fair fish grounds

Legislative - ConocoPhillips says it will reassess its gas line proposal

Localnews - Groups work to head off marine debris

Localnews - Denali Commission partners with CDQ groups

Localnews - Coast Guard ramps up to patrol more-open Arctic waters

Localnews - Retired Air Force man blazes trail beyond trucking dream

Localnews - Southeast charters form group to enhance voice at council

Localnews - Pickins' are slim in Juneau, but Verona's is a hidden jewel

Localnews - Commercial, charter groups work to find fair fish grounds

Localnews - CIRI diversifies scope of services, wins first competitive bid

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Naturalresources - Southeast charters form group to enhance voice at council

Naturalresources - Advocates of uranium mining aim for risk study

Oilgas - ASRC subsidiary proposes to do seismic work in Chukchi Sea

Oilgas - State Supreme Court upholds crude oil tariff decision

Oilgas - Exxon proposes new Point Thomson project in move to defuse dispute

Opinion - Lawmakers should fix approach to conflicts of interest

Opinion - MEA can go it alone; utility doesn't need to wait on Chugach

Transportation - Coast Guard ramps up to patrol more-open Arctic waters

Transportation - USPS reviewing options to cut bypass mail costs

Transportation - Retired Air Force man blazes trail beyond trucking dream

Feb - 25 - 2008

Legislative - House committee works over health care regulation, information bill

Legislative - TransCanada to explain liability to Senate Committee Monday

Legislative - Committee reviews pension obligation

Legislative - Lawmakers go to work on the state operating budget

Feb - 26 - 2008

Legislative - House Finance subcommittee trims university budget

Legislative - Senate President Green proposes a new fisheries board plan

Legislative - Legislators would surplus into cash reserve account, not follow Palin’s plan

Feb - 27 - 2008

Legislative - Legislature about half-way through 90-day session; leaders vow to meet target for adjournment

Legislative - State House will act on operating budget next week; capital budget still under development

Legislative - Legislature will do its own analysis of LNG and gas-to-liquids

Legislative - Legislature will do its own analysis of LNG and gas-to-liquids

Legislative - Legislature will do its own analysis of LNG and gas-to-liquids

Legislative - Session move bill voted down

Legislative - Lawmakers want gold jewelry made in Alaska

Feb - 28 - 2008

Legislative - Operating budget to be on House floor soon; concerns over its price tag

Legislative - Senate committee continues work on mandatory health insurance

Feb - 29 - 2008

Legislative - $1 billion education bill first of ‘big money’ bills in Legislature

Legislative - Senate committee approves workers’ compensation liability bill

Home - Judge throws out clean-water initiative

Legislative - Legislative hall bill advances

Mar - 02 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Bulletin: High school journalism contest entries sought

Bulletinboard - Bulletin: Alaskan law firm changes name

Bulletinboard - Bulletin: Safe Routes to School program seeks grant applications

Bulletinboard - BULLETIN: DOT launches new driver's test practice test Web site

Bulletinboard - BULLETIN: Major upgrades planned for Wasilla's Lake Lucille Inn

Bulletinboard - BULLETIN: NACLink spins off from Northern Air Cargo

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Calendar

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce Calendar

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce Calendar

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce Calendar

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce Calendar

Fishfactor - Candidates to talk fish at conference

Fisheries - Fish board expands commercial season on Upper Cook Inlet

Home - Northern Lights Tower

Home - Stevens concerned about future of Denali Commission

Home - ATS buys Arctic Circle Air assets in Bethel and Dillingham

Home - Outside developer building retirement facilities in Alaska

Home - Candidates to talk fish at conference

Home - TransCanada hopes to allay concerns over past pipeline debt

Home - Bill to move legislative session out of Juneau voted down - again

Home - Senate passes bill to improve health care on Indian reservations

Home - Health insurer to pay $9M for dropping breast cancer patient

Home - Exxon says smaller Point Thomson plan could get gas to market

Home - Alaska's mining industry sets new record in 2007 work

Home - Pebble partners donate $5 million for fisheries grants

Home - Busting the myths about the Denali Commission

Home - McD's aims to boost sales with feng shui

Home - Fish board expands commercial season on Upper Cook Inlet

Home - Computers offer information, Web access as the cure for waiting-room boredom

Home - Pioneer garners first-of-its-kind agreement

Legislative - TransCanada hopes to allay concerns over past pipeline debt

Legislative - PHOTO: Possible V.P. Palin?

Legislative - Bill to move legislative session out of Juneau voted down - again

Legislative - Senate passes bill to improve health care on Indian reservations

Legislative - Health insurer to pay $9M for dropping breast cancer patient

Localnews - Northern Lights Tower

Localnews - Stevens concerned about future of Denali Commission

Localnews - Iditarod race howls up big bucks for Anchorage, Nome

Localnews - ATS buys Arctic Circle Air assets in Bethel and Dillingham

Localnews - PHOTO: Idita-Exxon

Localnews - Biz plan winner

Localnews - TransCanada hopes to allay concerns over past pipeline debt

Localnews - PHOTO: Possible V.P. Palin?

Localnews - Alaska's mining industry sets new record in 2007 work

Localnews - Pebble partners donate $5 million for fisheries grants

Localnews - Outside developer building retirement facilities in Alaska

Localnews - PHOTO: Suite building

Localnews - Meet John MacKinnon: New executive director of AGC of Alaska

Localnews - 188 Northern Lights Blvd. ready for business

Localnews - McCool Carlson Green celebrates 30 years in Alaska

Localnews - Fairbanks expects 'intense'; construction season in 2008

Opinion - America Saves' aims to get consumers saving money - automatically

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Exxon says smaller Point Thomson plan could get gas to market

Oilgas - Alaska's mining industry sets new record in 2007 work

Oilgas - Pebble partners donate $5 million for fisheries grants

Oilgas - Busting the myths about the Denali Commission

Oilgas - Pioneer garners first-of-its-kind agreement

Opinion - Editorial & Opinion

Opinion - Pendulum is swinging low for AGIA future

Technology - Computers offer information, Web access as the cure for waiting-room boredom

Mar - 03 - 2008

Legislative - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Legislative - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Legislative - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Legislative - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Legislative - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Legislative - House Finance Committee takes up Senate bill to stash surplus in savings

Legislative - Senate action brings state’s liquid cash reserve to $13 billion

Legislative - House operating budget up by 11 percent

Legislative - Tax exemption on Native corporation land exchanges with municipalities

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Break times for nursing mothers required under SB 113

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - Non-union employees would have benefits choice under PLA project agreement

Home - ExxonMobil hopes to fast-track $1.3 billion Point Thomson project, if state approves

Legislative - Abortion issue heats up in Legislature

Legislative - Abortion issue heats up in Legislature

Legislative - Legislators, Palin talk in effort to smooth feathers over vetoed projects

Legislative - Juneau fights to keep Legislature

Legislative - Abortion issue heats up in Legislature

Mar - 04 - 2008

Legislative - House to vote on state operating budget Tuesday

Legislative - SB-229, expanding Tanana State Forest, ready for Senate vote

Legislative - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Legislative - Senate mulls head tax change

Mar - 05 - 2008

Legislative - Capital earmark lists circulate among legislators

Legislative - New cruise ship discharge law may force vessels into federal waters to dump

Legislative - Cruise ship tax credit bill is pulled from the House floor

Home - North Slope exploration well drilled by independents encounters oil and gas

Legislative - Spending hike approved in operating budget

Mar - 06 - 2008

Legislative - Palin’s bill to deregulate health care is changed in House committee

Legislative - House passes bill increasing state share of tourism marketing

Legislative - Workers’ compensation coverage for search and rescue volunteers

Legislative - Former GVE manager named energy coordinator

Mar - 07 - 2008

Legislative - Supplemental budget bill sets stage for veto confrontation with governor

Legislative - Resolution on fire sprinkler coverage voted from House committee

Legislative - Bill regulating claims against real estate licensees moves in House

Legislative - Senate takes on Palin over budget vetoes

Legislative - Lawmakers await Palin's next move on gas line

Mar - 09 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Northern Air Cargo acquires Michigan charter service

Bulletinboard - Army Corps of Engineers to spend $550M

Bulletinboard - Energy assistance available to low-income families

Bulletinboard - First Alaskans seeks employers for summer internships

Bulletinboard - Home Depot to pay $1.3M for storm water violations

Bulletinboard - ASLC approves education loan benefits

Bulletinboard - Crowley to monitor cruise ships in Alaska

Bulletinboard - NPFMC: Federal panel complied with groundfish conservation advice

Bulletinboard - Economic stimulus letters to reach mailboxes in March

Bulletinboard - BLM seeks resource advisory council nominees

Calendar - Upcoming Calendar

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce Calendar

Fisheries - Scientists think weather changes left salmon starving

Fisheries - Candidates to debate, oil, gas and mining issues at ComFish

Fishfactor - Alaska's next big oil boom may come from fishy source

Home - Cowdery back in the Capitol

Home - Mandatory health coverage bills move

Home - Oops: 'Jake in 2008&' not part of school district message

Home - Race started in Willow, but cash registers rang in Wasilla

Home - New retail entry targets in on Iditarod marketing potential

Home - School bonds back on the Anchorage ballots

Home - Alaskan-made salsa, beer featured in upcoming movie

Home - Scientists think weather changes left salmon starving

Home - Colo. mining town threatened by water buildup in tunnel

Home - China to rein in inflation, warns of risks from global slowdown

Home - Experts debate why computer-age injuries are on the decline

Home - At Germany's CeBIT tech show, attendees find a green undercurrent amid new technology

Home - Exxon hopes to fast-track Point Thomson project

Home - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Home - Candidates to debate, oil, gas and mining issues at ComFish

Home - Alaska's next big oil boom may come from fishy source

Home - ><

Home - Premera insurance premiums to increase by 32 percent this spring

Home - Uranium mine plan riles Norton Sound locals

Home - Premera insurance premiums to increase by 32 percent this spring

Home - Tamper-resistant prescriptions on tap for Medicaid recipients

Home - Cowdery back in the Capitol

Localnews - Uranium mine plan riles Norton Sound locals

Localnews - Premera insurance premiums to increase by 32 percent this spring

Localnews - Oops: 'Jake in 2008&' not part of school district message

Localnews - Women biz owners must recognize it's OK to outsource some jobs

Localnews - Race started in Willow, but cash registers rang in Wasilla

Localnews - New retail entry targets in on Iditarod marketing potential

Localnews - School bonds back on the Anchorage ballots

Localnews - Alaskan-made salsa, beer featured in upcoming movie

Localnews - Scientists think weather changes left salmon starving

Localnews - Candidates to debate, oil, gas and mining issues at ComFish

Localnews - Tamper-resistant prescriptions on tap for Medicaid recipients

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Naturalresources - Uranium mine plan riles Norton Sound locals

Naturalresources - Colo. mining town threatened by water buildup in tunnel

Naturalresources - Exxon hopes to fast-track Point Thomson project

Naturalresources - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Oilgas - Exxon hopes to fast-track Point Thomson project

Oilgas - Exxon: Legal battle could delay Point Thomson by 20 years

Opinion - EPA's annual report no cause for alarm

Opinion - Opinion

Technology - Experts debate why computer-age injuries are on the decline

Technology - At Germany's CeBIT tech show, attendees find a green undercurrent amid new technology

Mar - 11 - 2008

Legislative - Senate passes bill extending salmon product development tax credit

Legislative - House passes extension of state Real Estate Commission

Mar - 12 - 2008

Legislative - Palin, Legislature appear on collision course on spending

Legislative - Palin, Legislature appear on collision course on spending

Legislative - Senate operating budget to floor by April 21, Hoffman says

Legislative - House approves revenue sharing

Mar - 13 - 2008

Legislative - House poised to pass supplemental budget bill capital projects despite governor’s objections

Legislative - Senate committee takes up work on health certificate repeal

Mar - 14 - 2008

Legislative - Bill pending that would ease municipalities’ pension burden

Legislative - House rejects on-air advertising for charitable gaming

Home - Agrium blames construction costs, financing environment for cancellation of coal gasification project for Kenai fertilizer plant

Legislative - Standoff in Juneau over capital projects, spending

Mar - 16 - 2008

Bulletinboard - New species of kelp discovered

Bulletinboard - Maine publisher awarded multi-year contract

Bulletinboard - Alaska's unemployment rate at 6.5 percent in January

Bulletinboard - Air Guard's 176th Wing recognized as outstanding

Bulletinboard - Alaska-Yukon Accord renewed

Bulletinboard - SBA offers Web-based courses to help gain federal contracts

Bulletinboard - ISA Alaska establishes endowment for student scholarships

Calendar - Calendar, Tuesday, March 18

Calendar - Calendar, Tuesday, March 18-Saturday, March 22

Calendar - Calendar, Wednesday, March 19

Calendar - Calendar, Wednesday, March 19

Calendar - Calendar, Wednesday, March 19

Calendar - Calendar, Thursday, March 20

Calendar - Calendar, Thursday, March 20

Calendar - Calendar, Friday, March 28 Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Halibut expected to haul in high prices at the docks

Fisheries - 2008 salmon forecast predicts 18th largest harvest since 1960

Fisheries - Federal rule would protect sea floor habitat from bottom trawling

Fisheries - Video game offers armchair entry into deadly crab fisheries

Fisheries - Fisheries brief

Health - Bold look at the brain on jazz finds creativity soars when inhibition takes 5

Home - Cordova out in the cold

Home - Certificate of need bill pits hospitals against 'boutique' clinics

Home - Bills limiting abortion move through state, federal processes

Home - Alaska's small business champion Qub'd top title

Home - Proposed mixed-use building planned for Downtown Anchorage

Home - GCI reports strong earnings, battles investors on stock price

Home - Commission's energy program may flounder without state funds

Home - Video game offers armchair entry into deadly crab fisheries

Home - PHOTO: Pennants for Exxon

Home - AJOC Editorial: Hot issues should override stereotypes

Home - Three state funding bills moving fast

Home - Halibut expected to haul in high prices at the docks

Home - Exxon lays out Point Thomson drilling plan

Home - Kivalina says oil companies to blame for erosion, climate change

Home - MEA submits signatures to repeal power plant ordinance

Home - Alaska villages run out of heating fuel; resupplying difficult

Home - Alaska companies to work on Silverado's planned green fuel plant

Home - There's gold in them thar jewelry boxes: Consumers sell gold for top dollar

Home - 2008 salmon forecast predicts 18th largest harvest since 1960

Home - Federal rule would protect sea floor habitat from bottom trawling

Home - Fisheries brief

Home - Gas prices hit new record as oil jumps to $110

Home - Bold look at the brain on jazz finds creativity soars when inhibition takes 5

Localnews - Cordova out in the cold

Localnews - Certificate of need bill pits hospitals against 'boutique' clinics

Localnews - Bills limiting abortion move through state, federal processes

Localnews - PHOTOS: National Guard honors families

Localnews - Alaska's small business champion Qub'd top title

Localnews - Proposed mixed-use building planned for Downtown Anchorage

Localnews - Kivalina says oil companies to blame for erosion, climate change

Localnews - MEA submits signatures to repeal power plant ordinance

Localnews - GCI reports strong earnings, battles investors on stock price

Localnews - Ketchikan triples in size, but expansion faces roadbumps

Localnews - Commission's energy program may flounder without state funds

Localnews - 2008 salmon forecast predicts 18th largest harvest since 1960

Localnews - Federal rule would protect sea floor habitat from bottom trawling

Localnews - Video game offers armchair entry into deadly crab fisheries

Localnews - Alaska villages run out of heating fuel; resupplying difficult

Localnews - PHOTO: Pennants for Exxon

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Naturalresources - MEA submits signatures to repeal power plant ordinance

Naturalresources - Exxon lays out Point Thomson drilling plan

Naturalresources - Commission's energy program may flounder without state funds

Naturalresources - Gas prices hit new record as oil jumps to $110

Naturalresources - Alaska villages run out of heating fuel; resupplying difficult

Naturalresources - Alaska companies to work on Silverado's planned green fuel plant

Naturalresources - There's gold in them thar jewelry boxes: Consumers sell gold for top dollar

Oilgas - Exxon lays out Point Thomson drilling plan

Oilgas - Alaska companies to work on Silverado's planned green fuel plant

Oilgas - Gas prices hit new record as oil jumps to $110

Oilgas - Kivalina says oil companies to blame for erosion, climate change

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: Hot issues should override stereotypes

Opinion - Help need to build Hammond Game Refuge

Mar - 17 - 2008

Legislative - Negotiations continue in Juneau on supplemental/capital projects bill

Legislative - Bill by Coghill, Gara could give Alaska toughest consumer personal identification law in nation

Legislative - Bill pending that would ease municipalities’ pension burden

Legislative - Bill pending that would ease municipalities’ pension burden

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Home - Rep. Samuels queries former TransCanada partners on pipeline liability

Legislative - House set to vote on aid to municipalities on future pension liability

Legislative - AJOC Editorial: Hot issues should override stereotypes

Legislative - Standoff in Juneau over capital projects, spending

Legislative - Standoff in Juneau over capital projects, spending

Legislative - Standoff in Juneau over capital projects, spending

Legislative - Standoff in Juneau over capital projects, spending

Mar - 18 - 2008

Legislative - Document 'recordation' bill passes House

Legislative - Wildland' fire planning bill passed by House

Legislative - Bill protecting nonunion worker benefits advances in House

Legislative - Fate of capital projects still uncertain after vote

Mar - 19 - 2008

Legislative - SB 228 would clip municipalities’ ability to restrict property uses

Legislative - Bill gives regional economic development groups access to fisheries data

Legislative - Murkowski warns country won’t wait for Alaska gas

Legislative - Battle simmering over supplemental spending bill

Mar - 20 - 2008

Legislative - HOUSE PASSES BILL CORRECTING LOOPHOLE IN DMV INSURANCE NOTICES

Legislative - BILL EXPANDING DENTAL ASSISTANT DUTIES PASSES HOUSE

Legislative - RESOLUTION BACKING U.S. RATIFICATION OF SEA TREATY DRAFTED

Legislative - HOUSE PASSES BILL CORRECTING LOOPHOLE IN DMV INSURANCE NOTICES

Legislative - BILL EXPANDING DENTAL ASSISTANT DUTIES PASSES HOUSE

Legislative - RESOLUTION BACKING U.S. RATIFICATION OF SEA TREATY DRAFTED

Legislative - Committee passes ethics reform bill

Legislative - Committee passes ethics reform bill

Mar - 21 - 2008

Legislative - Ellis adds ‘poison pull’ to non-union pay bill

Legislative - Personal information protection bill moves to Senate Judiciary Committee

Legislative - House passes broadcasters’ gaming bill

Legislative - House passes broadcasters’ gaming bill

Legislative - House passes plan to convert CBR to annuity fund   

Legislative - Lawmakers spur Real ID opposition

Mar - 23 - 2008

Bulletinboard - CVEA files for preliminary permit on Allison Lake

Bulletinboard - Eielson receives grant for alternative energy facility

Bulletinboard - APU honored for innovative workplace health program

Bulletinboard - BBB warns against grant scams

Bulletinboard - Insurance Exchange returns $2.8M to employers

Bulletinboard - Delegation announces grants for rural health care

Bulletinboard - DOT releases draft STIP for public comment

Bulletinboard - ATHENA lunch set for April 4

Bulletinboard - Aleutians Borough puts hovercraft on hiatus

Calendar - Upcoming Calendar

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce Calendar

Fishfactor - West Coast fish woes may benefit Alaska

Fisheries - Yukon kings win fans, but fishery still faces tough times

Home - Study: Climate change brings economic good, bad

Home - State's two-year revenue surplus swells to $7.2 billion

Home - Fairbanks company to test wind energy in Delta Junction

Home - Coast Guard steps up Arctic surveillance flights

Home - Citizens' group files lawsuit challenging Chuitna coal plan

Home - Broadband satellite lands in Alaska

Home - Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center

Home - Public silence not proper response to corruption

Home - State should consider college scholarship program to help youth

Home - Agrium redlines coal gasification plant plans

Home - Foester: Point Thomson plan still leaves questions unanswered

Home - Alaskans rushing to buy, sell gold at $1,000 an ounce

Home - The 'can it?' vs. 'should it?' debate heats up offshore drilling

Home - Yukon kings win fans, but fishery still faces tough times

Home - Country won't wait for Alaska gas, Murkowski says

Home - Battle simmering over supplemental spending bill additions

Home - PHOTO: GOP leader dodges ouster

Home - El Tango Restaurant offers tasty blends of South American flavors

Legislative - Country won't wait for Alaska gas, Murkowski says

Legislative - Battle simmering over supplemental spending bill additions

Legislative - PHOTO: GOP leader dodges ouster

Localnews - Study: Climate change brings economic good, bad

Localnews - State's two-year revenue surplus swells to $7.2 billion

Localnews - Fairbanks company to test wind energy in Delta Junction

Localnews - Coast Guard steps up Arctic surveillance flights

Localnews - Citizens' group files lawsuit challenging Chuitna coal plan

Localnews - The 'can it?' vs. 'should it?' debate heats up offshore drilling

Localnews - Broadband satellite lands in Alaska

Localnews - Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center

Localnews - El Tango Restaurant offers tasty blends of South American flavors

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Naturalresources - Alaskans rushing to buy, sell gold at $1,000 an ounce

Naturalresources - Citizens' group files lawsuit challenging Chuitna coal plan

Oilgas - Agrium redlines coal gasification plant plans

Oilgas - Foester: Point Thomson plan still leaves questions unanswered

Oilgas - The 'can it?' vs. 'should it?' debate heats up offshore drilling

Opinion - Public silence not proper response to corruption

Opinion - State should consider college scholarship program to help youth

Mar - 24 - 2008

Legislative - Senate set to approve increased operating budget

Legislative - Governor backs off fight on school funding bill

Mar - 25 - 2008

Legislative - Palin may be looking to avoid veto confrontation

Legislative - French’s mandatory health insurance bill now parked in Senate Finance

Mar - 26 - 2008

Legislative - Stedman: Senate’s initial capital budget “in a day or so”

Legislative - Hoffman says Legislature may set record in 2008 for money put in savings

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Legislative - Sides hold firm on partial-birth abortion bill

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Mar - 27 - 2008

Legislative - Stedman: Draft capital budget due early this afternoon

Legislative - Senate committee to take up certificate of need health care bill

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Legislative - Senate committee takes up bill to spur renewable energy development

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Mar - 28 - 2008

Legislative - Senate Finance issues first draft of capital budget

Legislative - Senate passes bill to post spending on Internet

Legislative - House passes ANILCA property land trades exemption

Home - Palin accounces special session

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Legislative - Network cuts back Capitol broadcasting

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Mar - 30 - 2008

Bulletinboard - ACS announces quarterly cash dividend

Bulletinboard - Alaska Outdoors receives national awards

Bulletinboard - Hope Community Resources honored for workplace practice

Bulletinboard - Princess Tours awards exemplary student athletes

Bulletinboard - ATIA Foundation to award $20,000 in scholarships

Bulletinboard - BLM accepting award nominations

Calendar - Wednesday, April 2

Calendar - Thursday, April 3

Calendar - Friday, April 4

Calendar - Friday, April 11

Calendar - Friday, April 11

Calendar - Thursday, April 17

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fisheries - NOAA: Ocean acidity threatening Pacific Ocean fisheries

Fisheries - PHOTO: Talking ComFish in Kodiak

Fisheries - Pay scale makes state fisheries jobs tough to fill

Fisheries - Commerce may declare West Coast salmon disaster

Health - What does YOUR Golf Swing Say About Retirement Planning?

Home - Truck traffic on North Slope highway revs up

Home - Fuel prices drive commuters to share rides

Home - NOAA: Ocean acidity threatening Pacific Ocean fisheries

Home - Rio Tinto CEO says company not selling out on Alaska

Home - Environmental analysis for Mat-Su rail line underway

Home - Public interest group urges funding for public transit

Home - PHOTOS: Springtime in Prudhoe Bay?

Home - Appeals court overturns law ordering airlines to give stranded passengers food, water

Home - Weary of lost luggage, headaches, travelers ship bags ahead

Home - Gamblers not likely to double down in economic downturn

Home - AJOC Editorial: Don't let greed rule over common sense

Home - Indifference to pastor's words disputes 'change' platform

Home - Governor, legislators seek compromise as session end looms

Home - Both sides hold firm on partial-birth abortion

Home - Vladivostok announces summer flights to Russia Far East

Home - Export brief

Home - Exxon files proposal for Point Thomson with state Superior Court

Home - Top aviation award goes to AK-tested program

Home - Global warming springs early rise for critters, sneezes

Home - FAA safety team seeks more flight instructor participation

Home - Pay scale makes state fisheries jobs tough to fill

Home - Commerce may declare West Coast salmon disaster

Legislative - Governor, legislators seek compromise as session end looms

Legislative - Both sides hold firm on partial-birth abortion

Legislative - Vladivostok announces summer flights to Russia Far East

Localnews - Truck traffic on North Slope highway revs up

Localnews - Fuel prices drive commuters to share rides

Localnews - NOAA: Ocean acidity threatening Pacific Ocean fisheries

Localnews - PHOTO: Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year finalists

Localnews - Rio Tinto CEO says company not selling out on Alaska

Localnews - Top aviation award goes to AK-tested program

Localnews - PHOTO: Talking ComFish in Kodiak

Localnews - Pay scale makes state fisheries jobs tough to fill

Localnews - Environmental analysis for Mat-Su rail line underway

Localnews - FAA safety team seeks more flight instructor participation

Localnews - Public interest group urges funding for public transit

Localnews - PHOTOS: Springtime in Prudhoe Bay?

Localnews - Forest ranger advocates plan for Kensington

Localnews - Fuel prices drive commuters to share rides

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Truck traffic on North Slope highway revs up

Oilgas - Rio Tinto CEO says company not selling out on Alaska

Oilgas - Exxon files proposal for Point Thomson with state Superior Court

Transportation - Appeals court overturns law ordering airlines to give stranded passengers food, water

Transportation - Top aviation award goes to AK-tested program

Transportation - Truck traffic on North Slope highway revs up

Transportation - Environmental analysis for Mat-Su rail line underway

Transportation - FAA safety team seeks more flight instructor participation

Mar - 31 - 2008

Legislative - Partial health care deregulation bill advances in Senate

Legislative - House passes bill requiring competitive bidding of election ballots

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Apr - 01 - 2008

Legislative - House bill on foreclosure notice held in Senate committee

Legislative - Bill allowing state takeover of federal wastewater permit ready for Senate vote

Legislative - House votes unanimously in favor of new Susitna hydro study

Apr - 02 - 2008

Legislative - Palin continues to back total repeal of health facility permits; legislators balk

Legislative - $1 billion transportation endowment moves to House Finance

Legislative - House committee approves state bonds for transportation

Apr - 03 - 2008

Legislative - Samuels’ new savings fund faces bumps in the Senate

Legislative - Anchorage port funding now in three bills in the Legislature

Legislative - Renewable energy action: Fire Island funding, Susitna hydro studies

Apr - 04 - 2008

Legislative - State will have $15 billion in ready cash reserves if savings plan is approved

Legislative - Fast-tracked bill on emergency fuel loans passes Senate

Legislative - House bill would strengthen protection of personal information

Legislative - Palin backs off in confrontation with Legislature; approves capital projects

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Apr - 06 - 2008

Bulletinboard - NANA announces dividend

Bulletinboard - Tourism mentorship program awards grants

Bulletinboard - Alaska senators accepting applications for summer internships

Bulletinboard - Brother Francis secures new sources of funding

Bulletinboard - Communities likely to see increased military flying activities

Bulletinboard - Alaska USA opens Kenai branch

Bulletinboard - Alaska Railroad suspends 2008 open house events

Bulletinboard - Senate computers donated to Alaska schools

Bulletinboard - Prudential Jack White/Vista Real Estate receives award

Bulletinboard - SBS offers scholarship to high-school seniors

Calendar - Tuesday, April 8

Calendar - Wednesday, April 9

Calendar - Wednesday, April 9

Calendar - Friday, April 11

Calendar - Friday, April 11

Calendar - Monday, April 14

Calendar - Thursday, April 17

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Greenpeace eyes Alaska pollock in red-list campaign

Home - Aging Prudhoe Bay field still holds a lot of hard-to-get oil

Home - Irwin talks of gasline during mining symposium

Home - Slope-style scarecrow

Home - CH2M Hill digs up Slope work

Home - CH2M Hill buys into profitable business in the Far North

Home - Will the new foreign investment bill really make life harder for U.S. firms in Russia?

Home - Exxon's gas project aims to pull gas from Point Thomson

Home - Nonresident workers rake in jobs as oil industry booms

Home - BP plans $600M project in Prudhoe Bay's west field

Home - BP to drill three new heavy oil test production wells in Ugnu deposit

Home - BP holds out on some Slope work

Home - Oil briefs

Home - PHOTO: Well heads pumping after 30 years

Home - Shared love of music was the key to Dowland-Bach's success

Home - ComFish holds discussions on Pebble, OCS lease sale proposals

Home - Decision on Point Thomson now up to DNR commissioner

Home - Saltchuk offers to buy cargo arm of Aloha Airlines

Home - State geologists research highway corridor for potential gasline

Home - Mat-Su farmers settle with state over Alaska Grown logo

Home - Anglo American contributes to state airborne geophysical program

Home - Alaska miners examine world's global warming evidence

Home - First National Healy branch puts locals 110 miles closer to bank

Home - UAA debate team banters over proposed Pebble mine

Home - NOAA studies four seals species as possible endangered

Home - Linda Leary takes the wheel at Carlile Transportation

Home - Greenpeace eyes Alaska pollock in red-list campaign

Home - New disclosure law for politicians goes too far

Home - Personal gene scans questioned despite big backers

Home - Truckers pull rigs off road, others slow to crawl in loosely organized protest of fuel prices

Home - China trade grows to $716 million as Chinese advisors visit state

Localnews - Saltchuk offers to buy cargo arm of Aloha Airlines

Localnews - State geologists research highway corridor for potential gasline

Localnews - Mat-Su farmers settle with state over Alaska Grown logo

Localnews - Anglo American contributes to state airborne geophysical program

Localnews - CH2M Hill digs up Slope work

Localnews - Will the new foreign investment bill really make life harder for U.S. firms in Russia?

Localnews - Alaska miners examine world's global warming evidence

Localnews - First National Healy branch puts locals 110 miles closer to bank

Localnews - ComFish holds discussions on Pebble, OCS lease sale proposals

Localnews - UAA debate team banters over proposed Pebble mine

Localnews - NOAA studies four seals species as possible endangered

Localnews - Linda Leary takes the wheel at Carlile Transportation

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Oilgas - Aging Prudhoe Bay field still holds a lot of hard-to-get oil

Oilgas - Irwin talks of gasline during mining symposium

Oilgas - Slope-style scarecrow

Oilgas - CH2M Hill digs up Slope work

Oilgas - CH2M Hill buys into profitable business in the Far North

Oilgas - Will the new foreign investment bill really make life harder for U.S. firms in Russia?

Oilgas - Exxon's gas project aims to pull gas from Point Thomson

Oilgas - Colorado's latest draft of oil, gas regulations irk industry

Oilgas - Nonresident workers rake in jobs as oil industry booms

Oilgas - BP plans $600M project in Prudhoe Bay's west field

Oilgas - BP to drill three new heavy oil test production wells in Ugnu deposit

Oilgas - BP holds out on some Slope work

Oilgas - Oil briefs

Oilgas - PHOTO: Well heads pumping after 30 years

Oilgas - Shared love of music was the key to Dowland-Bach's success

Oilgas - Alaska miners examine world's global warming evidence

Oilgas - UAA debate team banters over proposed Pebble mine

Oilgas - ComFish holds discussions on Pebble, OCS lease sale proposals

Oilgas - Decision on Point Thomson now up to DNR commissioner

Apr - 07 - 2008

Legislative - Legislature approves bill setting out requirements for long-range state financial plan

Legislative - Bill granting tax credits for voc-ed contributions now on governor’s desk

Legislative - House passes bill establishing marine transportation advisory board

Legislative - Lawmakers expect a quiet end to session

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Apr - 08 - 2008

Legislative - House passes transportation bond bill, Ketchikan bridge funds removed

Legislative - Landowners’ liability protection for grant of land for free recreational access

Home - BP and ConocoPhillips Join on the Alaska Gas Pipeline

Home - BP, ConocoPhillips announce plans for an Alaska gas pipeline

Legislative - Resolution over gas special session a test of wills between legislators, governor

Apr - 09 - 2008

Legislative - Renewable energy debate sparks as session nears end

Legislative - NPDES primacy bill goes to governor

Legislative - ATIA marketing match shift held in Senate Finance

Legislative - House budget plan includes low-income energy assistance

Apr - 10 - 2008

Legislative - Senate supports will, probate modernization

Legislative - Tire tax is repealed by House, but Senate vote uncertain

Legislative - Expansion of Tanana Valley Forest

Home - TransCanada, Enbridge ready to work with oil majors on gas line

Legislative - Renewable energy endowment now in doubt as session enters final days

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Apr - 11 - 2008

Legislative - Capital budget out of House Finance at $3 billion!

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Legislative - House endorses reestablishment of film promotion office, tax credits

Legislative - ATIA tourism marketing bill ready for Senate vote

Legislative - Health care legislation appears dead but Coghill tries for resurrection

Legislative - Revenue department surprised by oil and gas tax credit requests

Apr - 13 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Anchorage ad agency wins awards

Bulletinboard - Aramark Harrison Lodging Alaska team members receive awards

Bulletinboard - Court ruling favors Mat-Su Borough over MEA

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su high school wins AIA design award

Bulletinboard - CIRI acquires interest in major Alaska real estate firm

Bulletinboard - ACS awarded contract

Bulletinboard - Video on demand now available from GCI

Bulletinboard - DOWL and HKM engineering companies merge

Bulletinboard - Waxie Sanitary Supply makes Alaska acquisition

Bulletinboard - SBA unveils new Web site

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su salmon partnership wins national award

Bulletinboard - ASD awarded teaching grant

Calendar - Monday, April 14

Calendar - Tuesday, April 15

Calendar - Thursday, April 17

Calendar - Friday, April 18-Sunday, April 20

Calendar - Saturday, April 19

Calendar - Wednesday, April 23-Sunday, April 27

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fisheries scientists, managers getting gray

Home - BP, Conoco join to build gas pipeline

Home - Small biz health premiums jump 29%

Home - Company stirs up chocolaty art

Home - Athena Society honors women with leadership awards

Home - Alaska Air to offer Maui flights from Seattle, Anchorage

Home - Alaska Air passenger, customer service losing ground

Home - Recent experience with TSA amounted to physical assault

Home - Alaska Airlines responds to overbooking and mechanical delays

Home - Alaska Regional offers new treatment for stroke, aneurysm

Home - Health care improvement act targets women veterans

Home - UAF says Shell would get fair research, sans influence

Home - Wastewater regs baffle cruise industry

Home - Infrared inspection gadget hones in on escaping heat

Home - Cold-pressed natural salmon oil soft gels hit market

Home - Anchorage man indicted for false tax claims

Home - AJOC Editorial: Speculation laid to rest with gas line

Home - Fisheries scientists, managers getting gray

Home - Opinion

Home - Major bills in play as Legislature moves toward close

Home - Gas prices could peak at $4 a gallon this spring

Home - Pebble prospect under tight scrutiny as plans, testing progress

Home - Esophagus damage, cancer rising with longterm heartburn

Home - TechBits: Web fees, fuzz-busting, selling evidence among news

Home - Kitchens for hire a grow new-business incubator

Legislative - Major bills in play as Legislature moves toward close

Localnews - BP, Conoco join to build gas pipeline

Localnews - Small biz health premiums jump 29%

Localnews - Company stirs up chocolaty art

Localnews - Athena Society honors women with leadership awards

Localnews - Alaska Air to offer Maui flights from Seattle, Anchorage

Localnews - Alaska Air passenger, customer service losing ground

Localnews - Recent experience with TSA amounted to physical assault

Localnews - Alaska Airlines responds to overbooking and mechanical delays

Localnews - Alaska Regional offers new treatment for stroke, aneurysm

Localnews - PHOTO: Red Cross Heroes

Localnews - Health care improvement act targets women veterans

Localnews - UAF says Shell would get fair research, sans influence

Localnews - Wastewater regs baffle cruise industry

Localnews - Infrared inspection gadget hones in on escaping heat

Localnews - Cold-pressed natural salmon oil soft gels hit market

Localnews - Anchorage man indicted for false tax claims

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers for the Week of April 13, 2008

Oilgas - Gas prices could peak at $4 a gallon this spring

Oilgas - Pebble prospect under tight scrutiny as plans, testing progress

Opinion - Opinion

Technology - TechBits: Web fees, fuzz-busting, selling evidence among news

Transportation - Alaska Air to offer Maui flights from Seattle, Anchorage

Transportation - Alaska Air passenger, customer service losing ground

Transportation - Recent experience with TSA amounted to physical assault

Transportation - Alaska Airlines responds to overbooking and mechanical delays

Transportation - Wastewater regs baffle cruise industry

Apr - 14 - 2008

Legislative - Legislature approved business license fee reduction

Legislative - Bill increasing state funding for tour promotion sent to governor

Legislative - Personal information protection act goes to governor

Legislative - Legislature approves bill requiring reports on lease-purchases

Home - Oil discovered in Slope exploration well drilled by independent companies

Home - Lawmakers wrap up session on time

Legislative - Lawmakers OK capital budget, adjourn on time

Legislative - Legislature goes ahead with bond proposal for transportation projects

Apr - 20 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Alaska Community Forest Council seeks new members

Bulletinboard - Memorial Day nears: Get a free vessel safety check

Bulletinboard - UAA forms graduate school under one administrative unit

Bulletinboard - AHFC awards grants to Alaskan communities

Bulletinboard - CIRI acquires interest in major Alaska real estate firm

Bulletinboard - Trinion Quality Care Services opens office in Wasilla

Bulletinboard - American Forest to plant 1.7 million trees in West

Bulletinboard - Consortium providers offered video-conferenced education

Bulletinboard - Kenai wastewater treatment plant receives award

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Healthhorizons - Study: It may be OK to let small hospitals do heart stent procedures; laws may change

Home - Anchorage housing market stable

Home - Valley radio station has plans to run on wind, solar energy

Home - Beech-Nut adds wild Alaska salmon to baby food

Home - Mining claims north of Pebble attracting new interest

Home - Council to decide on charter fleet halibut quota in October meeting

Home - History, humor in Alaska names from Eek to Sagavanirktok

Home - KCC hiring fair brings education, industry together

Home - Anchorage pub and pizzeria draws year-round crowds

Home - TransCanada, Enbridge ready to work with oil majors

Home - Royal Caribbean bringing Central Park replica to ocean

Home - Rockies coal-methane boom brings opportunity, fear

Home - Many businesses find borrowing money is harder

Home - States pledge to help struggling West Coast salmon fishermen

Home - Army creates new units to help wounded soldiers get better

Home - Costly fertilizer could bump crop prices

Home - AJOC Editorial: Session is over; time for gas line focus

Home - Male alimony growing trend as women advance careers

Home - Governor signs bill approving loans for aircraft safety equipment

Home - The Alaska Airmen's Trade Show to offer top industry speakers

Home - PHOTO: Plane-fan haven

Home - State boosts oil capital investment forecasts

Home - Companies move forward on gas pipeline project

Home - Girlfriends' getaways a booming trend in travel

Home - Mat-Su prison project attracting local, Lower 48 contractors

Home - Mat-Su authorized millions in funds for borough roads

Home - PHOTO: Guard transformation

Home - Study: It may be OK to let small hospitals do heart stent procedures; laws may change

Home - State rakes in $17B over two years; spends $10B

Localnews - Anchorage housing market stable

Localnews - Valley radio station has plans to run on wind, solar energy

Localnews - Beech-Nut adds wild Alaska salmon to baby food

Localnews - Mining claims north of Pebble attracting new interest

Localnews - Council to decide on charter fleet halibut quota in October meeting

Localnews - PHOTO: Attack of King-zilla?

Localnews - History, humor in Alaska names from Eek to Sagavanirktok

Localnews - KCC hiring fair brings education, industry together

Localnews - Anchorage pub and pizzeria draws year-round crowds

Localnews - TransCanada, Enbridge ready to work with oil majors

Localnews - Mat-Su prison project attracting local, Lower 48 contractors

Localnews - Mat-Su authorized millions in funds for borough roads

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers

Oilgas - State boosts oil capital investment forecasts

Oilgas - Companies move forward on gas pipeline project

Opinion - Male alimony growing trend as women advance careers

Transportation - Governor signs bill approving loans for aircraft safety equipment

Transportation - The Alaska Airmen's Trade Show to offer top industry speakers

Transportation - PHOTO: Plane-fan haven

Apr - 22 - 2008

Home - State rejects ExxonMobil Point Thomson project

Home - Permanent fund feels stock market turmoil; down 4.6 percent year-to-date

Apr - 27 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Aramark ranks high on 'green' list

Bulletinboard - Northrim Bank opens new financial center

Bulletinboard - Kodiak air service to offer direct flights from Homer

Bulletinboard - Crime map puts Anchorage data online

Bulletinboard - Anchorage a top choice for retirees

Bulletinboard - Mining groups announce marine transport center

Bulletinboard - Proposed land exchange comment period extended

Bulletinboard - Trinion Quality Care Services opens Bethel branch

Bulletinboard - AT&T launches Aspire program

Bulletinboard - Alaska Pacific announces cash dividend

Bulletinboard - Carlile Transportation Systems receives national awards

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Sky-high fuel prices leaving Kodiak fleet dead in the water

Focus - Teens get thrifty in tight job market

Focus - Kodiak's Mill Bay Coffee and Pastries offers delightful treats

Focus - Diet helps prevent heart attack, stroke in women

Home - State nixes Exxon gas unit plan

Home - PHOTO: Alaska's future biologists

Home - Mat-Su wrestles with gravel issues

Home - In Kotzebue soaring energy costs are evidenced on street corners, store shelves and restaurant menus

Home - Anchorage retail shop spices up tasty aromas, teas

Home - Toshiba continues efforts for Galena nuclear power plant

Home - Alaska reaches organ and tissue donation milestone

Home - PHOTO: Dream weaver

Home - Rodent cleansing: Conservation groups battle on Rat Island

Home - Climate change regulations could bring windfall to Alaska

Home - Deadline extended on Cook Inlet beluga whale listing

Home - 15 students complete CH2M Hill pilot training program

Home - Creamery pre-sells 6.5 tons of cheese, more to come

Home - Envision builds X-ray vision robots for pipeline weld tests

Home - Corps awards $4M contract for Kivalina erosion protection

Home - Crowley tug christened before going into service on the Cook Inlet

Home - Last call: Old cell phones recycled to connect soldiers with home

Home - Scientists study Arctic haze for clues to rapid melting

Home - Lawmakers should limit special session to TransCanada

Home - Realtor: Sunny days are ahead for the Alaska economy

Home - Fingerprinting program threatens privacy for CPAs, accountants

Home - PHOTO: Energy commands big money

Home - Prudhoe Bay field gas-handling project slips

Home - Independents find new oil, mechanical problems on North Slope

Home - Pebble to spend $140 million on mine efforts this year

Home - PHOTO: New Palin in town

Home - Army Reservists honor their bosses

Home - Wildlife trooper bags award

Home - Teens get thrifty in tight job market

Home - Kodiak's Mill Bay Coffee and Pastries offers delightful treats

Home - Diet helps prevent heart attack, stroke in women

Home - Conoco: Truckers should be ready for big gas line haul

Home - FAA to relocate 50 job positions

Home - Casanovas resigns after nearly 8 years

Home - Stevens reiterates need for nation's aviation safety at Senate hearing

Home - New biz idea: Write a definitive Mommy Manual for dealing with teens

Localnews - State nixes Exxon gas unit plan

Localnews - PHOTO: Alaska's future biologists

Localnews - Mat-Su wrestles with gravel issues

Localnews - In Kotzebue soaring energy costs are evidenced on street corners, store shelves and restaurant menus

Localnews - Anchorage retail shop spices up tasty aromas, teas

Localnews - Toshiba continues efforts for Galena nuclear power plant

Localnews - Alaska reaches organ and tissue donation milestone

Localnews - PHOTO: Dream weaver

Localnews - Rodent cleansing: Conservation groups battle on Rat Island

Localnews - Climate change regulations could bring windfall to Alaska

Localnews - FAA to relocate 50 job positions

Localnews - Casanovas resigns after nearly 8 years

Localnews - Stevens reiterates need for nation's aviation safety at Senate hearing

Localnews - Deadline extended on Cook Inlet beluga whale listing

Localnews - 15 students complete CH2M Hill pilot training program

Localnews - Creamery pre-sells 6.5 tons of cheese, more to come

Localnews - Envision builds X-ray vision robots for pipeline weld tests

Localnews - Conoco: Truckers should be ready for big gas line haul

Localnews - Corps awards $4M contract for Kivalina erosion protection

Localnews - Crowley tug christened before going into service on the Cook Inlet

Localnews - Last call: Old cell phones recycled to connect soldiers with home

Localnews - Scientists study Arctic haze for clues to rapid melting

Localnews - PHOTO: New Palin in town

Localnews - Army Reservists honor their bosses

Localnews - Wildlife trooper bags award

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers

Oilgas - PHOTO: Energy commands big money

Oilgas - Prudhoe Bay field gas-handling project slips

Oilgas - Independents find new oil, mechanical problems on North Slope

Oilgas - Pebble to spend $140 million on mine efforts this year

Oilgas - 15 students complete CH2M Hill pilot training program

Oilgas - State nixes Exxon gas unit plan

Opinion - Lawmakers should limit special session to TransCanada

Opinion - Realtor: Sunny days are ahead for the Alaska economy

Opinion - Fingerprinting program threatens privacy for CPAs, accountants

Transportation - Conoco: Truckers should be ready for big gas line haul

Transportation - FAA to relocate 50 job positions

Transportation - Casanovas resigns after nearly 8 years

Transportation - Stevens reiterates need for nation's aviation safety at Senate hearing

May - 04 - 2008

Bulletinboard - ACS announces expanded retail location, new sales relationship

Bulletinboard - Alaska Railroad receives green recognition

Bulletinboard - ASCI announces new hire

Bulletinboard - Pro bono program celebrates 25 years of service

Bulletinboard - Students complete training

Bulletinboard - Sealaska awards scholarships

Bulletinboard - Anchorage businesswoman honored by YWCA Anchorage

Bulletinboard - UA Regents expand program options for students

Bulletinboard - Bailey's Furniture to open Fairbanks store

Bulletinboard - AHFC provides financial backing for multi-family housing projects

Calendar - Through Wednesday, June 4

Calendar - Through Saturday, May 10

Calendar - Sunday, May 4-Monday, May 5

Calendar - Monday, May 5-Wednesday, May 7

Calendar - Wednesday, May 7

Calendar - Wednesday, May 7 and Thursday, May 8

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fish laws still moving through Congressional process

Fisheries - West Coast fishery shutdown may not boost Alaska market

Home - A simulated flight is a trip back in time

Home - Akutan service drops after Dutch accident

Home - Colorado filmmakers tackle both sides of Pebble issue

Home - PHOTOS: Black Hawk retiree

Home - PHOTO: A season of building

Home - PHOTO: Princess wraps it up

Home - Motown's Jones buys into Eklutna water bottling company

Home - Book offers cancer survivors guidance in traditional foods

Home - Alaska financial institutions receive SBA recognition

Home - Alaska, Michigan media groups join forces

Home - Fort Knox, Greens Creek mines undergo transformation in 2008

Home - Full Metal kicks off 2008 season with drilling on Doyon land

Home - Biz network members say it's like a personal sales force

Home - Alaska's unemployment rate at 6.7 percent in March

Home - Stressed out? Turmoil takes a toll on diet, exercise routine

Home - Coal price hikes boost electric rates, more to come

Home - Biker style hits the streets: Lots of leather, no hog

Home - Sam's Club, Costco limit rice purchases amid shortages

Home - Music can be path to better learning in language and math

Home - Transition from worker to business owner can be hard

Home - A look at Commissioner Irwin's Point Thomson decision

Home - In-state gas needs adds to pipeline debate

Home - ANGDA continues work to get permits for spur line

Home - House, Senate won't pay travel expenses for meeting in Anchorage

Home - Congress should pass bill to overcome physician shortage

Home - Fish laws still moving through Congressional process

Home - Funds take guesswork out of retirement

Home - West Coast fishery shutdown may not boost Alaska market

Localnews - A simulated flight is a trip back in time

Localnews - Akutan service drops after Dutch accident

Localnews - Colorado filmmakers tackle both sides of Pebble issue

Localnews - A look at Commissioner Irwin's Point Thomson decision

Localnews - PHOTO: Black Hawk retiree

Localnews - A season of building

Localnews - PHOTO: Princess wraps it up

Localnews - PHOTO: Gulls in Homer

Localnews - Motown's Jones buys into Eklutna water bottling company

Localnews - Book offers cancer survivors guidance in traditional foods

Localnews - Alaska financial institutions receive SBA recognition

Localnews - Alaska, Michigan media groups join forces

Localnews - Fort Knox, Greens Creek mines undergo transformation in 2008

Localnews - Full Metal kicks off 2008 season with drilling on Doyon land

Localnews - Biz network members say it's like a personal sales force

Localnews - Alaska's unemployment rate at 6.7 percent in March

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers

Oilgas - A look at Commissioner Irwin's Point Thomson decision

Oilgas - In-state gas needs adds to pipeline debate

Oilgas - ANGDA continues work to get permits for spur line

Oilgas - House, Senate won't pay travel expenses for meeting in Anchorage

Opinion - Congress should pass bill to overcome physician shortage

May - 11 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Department of Law employees receive awards

Bulletinboard - Corps regulatory division opens Mat-Su office

Bulletinboard - Cell phones headed to soldiers

Bulletinboard - Knik Bridge and Toll Authority earns national award

Bulletinboard - CFAB relocates

Bulletinboard - First National Bank declares second-quarter dividend

Bulletinboard - Coast magazine named member of the year

Bulletinboard - Fairbanks airport terminal addition opens to public

Bulletinboard - Haines health center celebrates 10 years

Bulletinboard - GCI to extend network, launches Nome service

Bulletinboard - Field trip scholarships awarded

Bulletinboard - Rasmuson Foundation receives national award

Calendar - Monday, May 12-Wednesday, May 14

Calendar - Wednesday, May 14

Calendar - Wednesday, May 14-Friday, May 16

Calendar - Thursday, May 15

Calendar - Through Wednesday, June 4

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - There's no accounting for fishing workforce -- as yet

Fisheries - Fisheries briefs

Home - PHOTO: Trade show spin

Home - Alaska Construction Career Day builds future workforce

Home - Gas prices hit some harder than others

Home - Girdwood upbeat about summer tourism

Home - Governor welcomes home soldiers at ceremony

Home - Alaska Aviation Trade Show

Home - State enrolls first group in transportation ID program

Home - Land swap to provide for King Cove road project still in question

Home - Glenn-Bragaw work aims to ease commuter traffic snarls

Home - Two medevac ambulance services to merge by this fall

Home - Retired Ketchikan publisher Williams dies at age 83

Home - Local doctor stresses joint maintenance for future use

Home - Coffee shop serves cup of respect with natural brew

Home - PHOTO: Signing for safety

Home - ANWR should be a part of solving energy crisis

Home - State kicks off energy plan work

Home - Enstar begins early work to develop bullet gas line to Southcentral

Home - Pebble group releases first round of environmental data

Home - Companies plan surge of new drilling for gas in Cook Inlet region

Home - Adobe licenses video-enabling Flash software

Home - Criminals try to “copyright” malware

Home - Demise of HD DVD hasn't helped Blu-ray

Home - Google recruits artists for home page pizzazz

Home - There's no accounting for fishing workforce -- as yet

Home - Fisheries briefs

Home - PHOTO: Explosive celebration

Localnews - PHOTO: Trade show spin

Localnews - State kicks off energy plan work

Localnews - Alaska Construction Career Day builds future workforce

Localnews - Gas prices hit some harder than others

Localnews - Girdwood upbeat about summer tourism

Localnews - Governor welcomes home soldiers at ceremony

Localnews - PHOTO: Signing for safety

Localnews - Alaska's long-term care costs drop, still highest in U.S.

Localnews - Healthcare industry models worker program after construction academy

Localnews - Alaska Aviation Trade Show

Localnews - State enrolls first group in transportation ID program

Localnews - Land swap to provide for King Cove road project still in question

Localnews - Glenn-Bragaw work aims to ease commuter traffic snarls

Localnews - Ted Leonard takes helm at AIDEA

Localnews - Two medevac ambulance services to merge by this fall

Localnews - Retired Ketchikan publisher Williams dies at age 83

Localnews - Local doctor stresses joint maintenance for future use

Localnews - Coffee shop serves cup of respect with natural brew

Localnews - PHOTO: Explosive celebration

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers

Oilgas - State kicks off energy plan work

Oilgas - Enstar begins early work to develop bullet gas line to Southcentral

Oilgas - Pebble group releases first round of environmental data

Oilgas - Companies plan surge of new drilling for gas in Cook Inlet region

Opinion - ANWR should be a part of solving energy crisis

Technology - Adobe licenses video-enabling Flash software

Technology - Criminals try to “copyright” malware

Technology - Demise of HD DVD hasn't helped Blu-ray

Technology - Google recruits artists for home page pizzazz

Transportation - PHOTO: Trade show spin

Transportation - Gas prices hit some harder than others

Transportation - PHOTO: Signing for safety

Transportation - Two medevac ambulance services to merge by this fall

May - 12 - 2008

Home - BP restores most production at Prudhoe after power outage shuts down field

May - 18 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Cruise West celebrates new ship to Alaska

Bulletinboard - Anchorage Museum expansion project wins landscape award

Bulletinboard - Anchorage recognized as a Tree City, USA

Bulletinboard - ASCI acquires new brand, expands internationally

Bulletinboard - Providence recognized for bariatric surgery care

Bulletinboard - Forsythe Transportation bus fleet wins state award

Bulletinboard - Alaska honors AmeriCorps members for their service

Bulletinboard - Continental, Mayflower moving companies partner up

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fishermen gear up for famed Copper River opener blitz

Focus - Economic downturn takes some gloss off of weddings

Healthhorizons - Help teens remember meds: Nag via text message

Home - Halibut prices stable amid high fuel prices, lower catch rates

Home - Alaska shippers will speak at NW Intermodale Conference

Home - PHOTO: Kiss for dad, the new grad

Home - PHOTO: Cuddy appreciation

Home - Pebble Mine: Point/ Counterpoint

Home - Fish egg auction lures big-money buyers to Seattle

Home - Coast Guard braces for summer boat season, rescue calls

Home - Sea Grant executive Allee due to retire from post May 30

Home - Port director discusses need for expansion

Home - Colony tech students earn welding certification

Home - Salmon season approaches; restaurants gear up for famed reds

Home - Seward's research program births a crabby baby boom

Home - Juneau tech works to avert world's shipping disasters

Home - Corell: Climate change models may fall short of projections

Home - Alaska work group eyes local effects of climate change

Home - Kodiak readies to take Wounded Warriors out fishing

Home - Follow the doc's advice for office workers stuck at desks

Home - Speaker touts benefits of apprenticeship programs

Home - PHOTO: Coast Guard Cutter Heads Home

Home - Time to get state aboard the gas line project

Home - Energy Cost Equalization program should cover all of Alaska

Home - Fishermen gear up for famed Copper River opener blitz

Home - Point: Public should seek info so fear doesn't rule Pebble debate

Home - Counterpoint: Pebble is a high risk to state's water and salmon

Home - Flint Hills officials say they'll consider selling refinery

Home - PHOTO: Fuel-saving scooters

Home - Exxon files 'precautionary' claim against state on Point Thomson

Home - BP restores Prudhoe field production after power outage

Home - Professor discusses possibilities of carbon sequestration

Home - PHOTO: Britain houses oldest mine

Home - As food costs soar, restaurants swap ingredients to get by

Home - Pilot group asks state for funding

Home - FAA says 2007 safety improved, but is concerned about 2008

Home - More grads signing up to teach in nation's poorest towns

Home - Economic downturn takes some gloss off of weddings

Home - Help teens remember meds: Nag via text message

Localnews - PHOTO: Red Cross volunteers honored

Localnews - Halibut prices stable amid high fuel prices, lower catch rates

Localnews - Alaska shippers will speak at NW Intermodale Conference

Localnews - PHOTO: Kiss for dad, the new grad

Localnews - PHOTO: Cuddy appreciation

Localnews - Pebble Mine: Point/ Counterpoint

Localnews - Fish egg auction lures big-money buyers to Seattle

Localnews - PHOTO: Britain houses oldest mine

Localnews - Professor discusses possibilities of carbon sequestration

Localnews - PHOTO: Fuel-saving scooters

Localnews - Coast Guard braces for summer boat season, rescue calls

Localnews - Sea Grant executive Allee due to retire from post May 30

Localnews - Port director discusses need for expansion

Localnews - Pilot group asks state for funding

Localnews - FAA says 2007 safety improved, but is concerned about 2008

Localnews - Colony tech students earn welding certification

Localnews - Salmon season approaches; restaurants gear up for famed reds

Localnews - Seward's research program births a crabby baby boom

Localnews - Juneau tech works to avert world's shipping disasters

Localnews - Corell: Climate change models may fall short of projections

Localnews - Alaska work group eyes local effects of climate change

Localnews - Kodiak readies to take Wounded Warriors out fishing

Localnews - Follow the doc's advice for office workers stuck at desks

Localnews - Speaker touts benefits of apprenticeship programs

Localnews - PHOTO: Coast Guard Cutter Heads Home

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers

Oilgas - Flint Hills officials say they'll consider selling refinery

Oilgas - PHOTO: Fuel-saving scooters

Oilgas - Exxon files 'precautionary' claim against state on Point Thomson

Oilgas - BP restores Prudhoe field production after power outage

Oilgas - Professor discusses possibilities of carbon sequestration

Oilgas - PHOTO: Britain houses oldest mine

Opinion - Point: Public should seek info so fear doesn't rule Pebble debate

Opinion - Counterpoint: Pebble is a high risk to state's water and salmon

Transportation - Port director discusses need for expansion

Transportation - Pilot group asks state for funding

Transportation - FAA says 2007 safety improved, but is concerned about 2008

May - 23 - 2008

Localnews - Governor vetoes $265M from state capital budget, $2.6 M from operating budget

May - 25 - 2008

Bulletinboard - North Mail Inc. recognized as market leader by Neopost Inc.

Bulletinboard - Northwest Airlines announces nonstop service to Beijing

Bulletinboard - Cooperative agreement signed between China, University of Alaska Anchorage

Bulletinboard - Anchorage dentist whitens teeth to raise money to help children with cancer

Bulletinboard - BLM announces revisions to handbook

Bulletinboard - Two AVTEC culinary chefs recognized as best in Alaska

Bulletinboard - Early learning receives financial boost from ConocoPhillips

Bulletinboard - Families needed to host exchange students

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su Borough Assembly holds mill rate steady in 2009 budget

Bulletinboard - Lounsbury and Associates announces UAA scholarship

Bulletinboard - Alaska unemployment rate holds at 6.7 percent in April

Calendar - Tuesday, May 27

Calendar - Wednesday, May 28

Calendar - Wednesday, May 28-Friday, May 30

Calendar - Thursday, May 29

Calendar - Through Wednesday, June 4

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fishermen seek help to deal with high fuel prices

Focus - Mutual fund founder sees long-term view as investors' best asset

Home - Fuel prices revving up two-wheeler sales

Home - Fairbanks EDC to conduct study on coal to liquids plant

Home - United Way honors family-friendly companies

Home - PHOTO: Reception for National Black Chamber

Home - PHOTOS: Rental kennels let fur fly in style

Home - PHOTO: Copper River Salmon

Home - Proven fuel-saving device hooks up to Unalaska engines

Home - Economic impact of fishing the Kenai Peninsula up for debate

Home - Short-term financing may offer long-term help to businesses

Home - Saltchuk saves Aloha Airlines cargo unit from near shutdown

Home - Survey: Meal prep businesses save customers money

Home - State, federal agencies work to get a handle on coastal erosion

Home - Vessel risk assessments added to federal maritime legislation

Home - WIN works to get Alaskans in shape, save companies money

Home - Polar bear decision fallout worries Alaskans, not oil industry

Home - Ginger offers quiet, upscale lunch

Home - Weatherization, home energy funds becoming available

Home - Kashevaroff named to head Alaska Native health consortium

Home - Anchorage Chamber's cleanup bags 3 million pounds of trash

Home - PHOTO: Springtime is here ~ Finally!

Home - AJOC Editorial: Palin's debit card idea not perfect, good start

Home - Environmental stewardship strong at the Red Dog Mine

Home - Federal powers don't cover Alaska resource: The polar bears

Home - Fishermen seek help to deal with high fuel prices

Home - PHOTO: Cooking oil thefts heat up

Home - Exxon submits $800M claim to comply with state

Home - Public comment underway on offshore drilling in Bristol Bay area

Home - Palin's debit card energy subsidy plan is lauded, criticized

Home - House action targets OPEC cartel

Home - As economy stumbles, gardeners turn to yard-grown produce

Home - Hello Kitty named as official Japan tourism ambassador

Home - On demand: TV boxes allow Netflix users to bypass mail delivery

Home - Mutual fund founder sees long-term view as investors' best asset

Localnews - Fuel prices revving up two-wheeler sales

Localnews - Fairbanks EDC to conduct study on coal to liquids plant

Localnews - United Way honors family-friendly companies

Localnews - PHOTO: Reception for National Black Chamber

Localnews - PHOTOS: Rental kennels let fur fly in style

Localnews - PHOTO: Copper River Salmon

Localnews - Proven fuel-saving device hooks up to Unalaska engines

Localnews - Economic impact of fishing the Kenai Peninsula up for debate

Localnews - Short-term financing may offer long-term help to businesses

Localnews - Saltchuk saves Aloha Airlines cargo unit from near shutdown

Localnews - Survey: Meal prep businesses save customers money

Localnews - State, federal agencies work to get a handle on coastal erosion

Localnews - Vessel risk assessments added to federal maritime legislation

Localnews - WIN works to get Alaskans in shape, save companies money

Localnews - Polar bear decision fallout worries Alaskans, not oil industry

Localnews - Ginger offers quiet, upscale lunch

Localnews - Weatherization, home energy funds becoming available

Localnews - Kashevaroff named to head Alaska Native health consortium

Localnews - Anchorage Chamber's cleanup bags 3 million pounds of trash

Localnews - PHOTO: Springtime is here ~ Finally!

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers

Oilgas - PHOTO: Cooking oil thefts heat up

Oilgas - Exxon submits $800M claim to comply with state

Oilgas - Public comment underway on offshore drilling in Bristol Bay area

Oilgas - Palin's debit card energy subsidy plan is lauded, criticized

Opinion - Environmental stewardship strong at the Red Dog Mine

Opinion - Federal powers don't cover Alaska resource: The polar bears

Technology - On demand: TV boxes allow Netflix users to bypass mail delivery

Transportation - Saltchuk saves Aloha Airlines cargo unit from near shutdown

Jun - 01 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Army invites public comment on evironmental impact statement

Bulletinboard - Rebate program to reimburse homeowners for energy ratings

Bulletinboard - SWAMC seeks feedback on updated energy policy

Bulletinboard - Denali Alaskan awards 10 student scholarships

Bulletinboard - Alaskan students awarded scholarships from ATIA

Bulletinboard - Steps to a Healthier SE Alaska awards worksite grants

Bulletinboard - Local contractor almost halfway to $250,000 fundraising effort

Bulletinboard - Coeur receives safety awards

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Kennedy's illness could stall fishing family health insurance plan

Focus - Staycation' now the newest retail sale item

Focus - Religious funds' strong performances can draw more than just the faithful

Home - State to tempt producers in AGIA deal

Home - Climate change bills could melt cost benefits

Home - Women in construction build business, nail obstacles

Home - PHOTO: New day at the beach

Home - PHOTOS: Remembering the fallen

Home - Subway franchise celebrates 20 years in Alaska

Home - PHOTO: Lofthouse serenade

Home - NOAA reduces Southeast Alaska charter halibut quota

Home - Three firms will compete on bid for correctional center

Home - Making - and keeping - Alaska's bridges safe takes creative thinking

Home - Congress approves measure to protect arctic fisheries

Home - Copper River salmon harvest well below average

Home - New treaty reached to share, conserve Pacific salmon

Home - PHOTO: Gas line forum

Home - Construction Briefs

Home - Tired of fines, contractors get classes on storm permits

Home - Governor's fiscal 2009 budget vetoes evoke criticism, praise

Home - Lawmakers need to speak up if they oppose gas line deal

Home - Ignoring America's energy resources ignores energy security

Home - Kennedy's illness could stall fishing family health insurance plan

Home - Palin: State will challenge polar bear listing

Home - Red Dog, locals reach settlement on EPA permit charges

Home - Resources commissioner to reconsider Exxon Point Thomson plan

Home - FAA gives thumbs up broadening aviation safety coverage

Home - Alaska Air pilot union holds demonstration, threatens strike

Home - Staycation' now the newest retail sale item

Home - Religious funds' strong performances can draw more than just the faithful

Localnews - State to tempt producers in AGIA deal

Localnews - Climate change bills could melt cost benefits

Localnews - Women in construction build business, nail obstacles

Localnews - PHOTO: New day at the beach

Localnews - PHOTOS: Remembering the fallen

Localnews - Subway franchise celebrates 20 years in Alaska

Localnews - PHOTO: Lofthouse serenade

Localnews - Red Dog, locals reach settlement on EPA permit charges

Localnews - NOAA reduces Southeast Alaska charter halibut quota

Localnews - FAA gives thumbs up broadening aviation safety coverage

Localnews - Alaska Air pilot union holds demonstration, threatens strike

Localnews - Three firms will compete on bid for correctional center

Localnews - Making - and keeping - Alaska's bridges safe takes creative thinking

Localnews - Congress approves measure to protect arctic fisheries

Localnews - Copper River salmon harvest well below average

Localnews - New treaty reached to share, conserve Pacific salmon

Localnews - PHOTO: Gas line forum

Localnews - Construction Briefs

Localnews - Tired of fines, contractors get classes on storm permits

Localnews - Governor's fiscal 2009 budget vetoes evoke criticism, praise

Moversshakers - Movers and Shakers

Oilgas - Palin: State will challenge polar bear listing

Oilgas - Red Dog, locals reach settlement on EPA permit charges

Oilgas - Resources commissioner to reconsider Exxon Point Thomson plan

Opinion - Lawmakers need to speak up if they oppose gas line deal

Opinion - Ignoring America's energy resources ignores energy security

Transportation - FAA gives thumbs up broadening aviation safety coverage

Transportation - Alaska Air pilot union holds demonstration, threatens strike

Jun - 02 - 2008

Home - State reconsiders airport lease increases over fuel costs

Jun - 05 - 2008

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Samuels says he won't run for re-election

Home - Irwin says no again to $1.3B Point Thomson project

Home - Halibut charter limit hearing could still be extended until June 30

Jun - 08 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Nerland Agency to offer online communications

Bulletinboard - Japan Airlines expands summer flights to Fairbanks

Bulletinboard - Text messages relay updated Seattle flight info

Bulletinboard - GCI rolls out local phone service in Seward

Bulletinboard - Unclaimed Property program transfers to Treasury

Bulletinboard - Sherwood Copper begins 2008 exploration program

Bulletinboard - Borough donates old cell phone parts to soldier charity

Bulletinboard - Finances for port expansion project achieves top ratings

Bulletinboard - Colville expands service across North Slope

Bulletinboard - Providence awarded primary stroke center certification

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fisheries - Charter operators sue to get back second halibut limit

Fisheries - Kenai River Seafoods will process and market Kenai Wild Salmon brand

Focus - Souring economy puts the bite on pet owners

Home - PHOTO: Regal wood haul

Home - State oil revenues tally high

Home - Plans on track for marine research vessel

Home - Questions plague nation's switch to digital television signal

Home - LNG plant earns governor's top export award

Home - Austrian ambassador visits Anchorage, speaks with business leaders

Home - PHOTOS: Strykers on the move

Home - PHOTO: The Journal, The Salsa and The Proposal

Home - International women's group tours Alaska sights

Home - Targeting the parking lot

Home - PHOTO: Snowy-pus invades Ketchikan

Home - Shh...Girdwood library now open; first building in years

Home - Alaska again tops the nation for work-related fatalities

Home - Matanuska Creamery puts Valley milk back on store shelves

Home - Skyrocketing fuel costs drain rural Alaska bank accounts

Home - Soaring fuel prices helping to boost woodstove sales in Bush

Home - As gasoline prices rise, U.S. should think about its own oil

Home - Will trade SUV for Ford Pinto ~ gas shooting through roof demands it

Home - Palin makes pitch for TransCanada at AGIA forum

Home - Energy Department OKs LNG plant permit extension

Home - Charter operators sue to get back second halibut limit

Home - Kenai River Seafoods will process and market Kenai Wild Salmon brand

Home - Souring economy puts the bite on pet owners

Home - Best Buy testing free e-waste recycling program at stores

Localnews - PHOTO: Regal wood haul

Localnews - State oil revenues tally high

Localnews - Plans on track for marine research vessel

Localnews - Questions plague nation's switch to digital television signal

Localnews - LNG plant earns governor's top export award

Localnews - Austrian ambassador visits Anchorage, speaks with business leaders

Localnews - PHOTOS: Strykers on the move

Localnews - PHOTO: The Journal, The Salsa and The Proposal

Localnews - International women's group tours Alaska sights

Localnews - Targeting the parking lot

Localnews - PHOTO: Snowy-pus invades Ketchikan

Localnews - Shh...Girdwood library now open; first building in years

Localnews - State to reconsider Alaska's airport lease increases

Localnews - Alaska again tops the nation for work-related fatalities

Localnews - Matanuska Creamery puts Valley milk back on store shelves

Localnews - Skyrocketing fuel costs drain rural Alaska bank accounts

Localnews - Soaring fuel prices helping to boost woodstove sales in Bush

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Palin makes pitch for TransCanada at AGIA forum

Oilgas - Energy Department OKs LNG plant permit extension

Oilgas - State oil revenues tally high

Opinion - As gasoline prices rise, U.S. should think about its own oil

Opinion - Will trade SUV for Ford Pinto ~ gas shooting through roof demands it

Technology - Best Buy testing free e-waste recycling program at stores

Jun - 10 - 2008

Legislative - Administration’s pitch for TransCanada continued through weekend

Legislative - Administration’s pitch for TransCanada continued through weekend

Legislative - TransCanada’s Palmer cites company’s experience, major pipe holdings

Legislative - TransCanada’s Palmer cites company’s experience, major pipe holdings

Legislative - “Fort Nelson option” offers $3 billion value shift to producers

Legislative - “Fort Nelson option” offers $3 billion value shift to producers

Legislative - In-state use of gas; Commissioner Galvin criticizes the bullet line

Legislative - In-state use of gas; Commissioner Galvin criticizes the bullet line

Legislative - Administration’s pitch for TransCanada continued through weekend

Legislative - Administration’s pitch for TransCanada continued through weekend

Legislative - TransCanada’s Palmer cites company’s experience, major pipe holdings

Legislative - TransCanada’s Palmer cites company’s experience, major pipe holdings

Legislative - “Fort Nelson option” offers $3 billion value shift to producers

Legislative - “Fort Nelson option” offers $3 billion value shift to producers

Legislative - In-state use of gas; Commissioner Galvin criticizes the bullet line

Legislative - LNG project has higher costs, less profit for all, administration argues

Legislative - Consultants: Limited flexibility for an LNG project compared to overland pipe

Legislative - Lawmakers continue to seek a contract; administration says not needed

Legislative - Fairbanks AGIA hearings: Some focus on TransCanada, but escalating energy takes lead

Legislative - Transportation infrastructure needs

Legislative - In-state use of gas; Commissioner Galvin criticizes the bullet line

Jun - 12 - 2008

Home - Senior BP manager named to head Denali pipeline project

Jun - 15 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Palin honors international excellence in Alaska

Bulletinboard - NAC nominated for employer support award

Bulletinboard - AMHS discounts passes

Bulletinboard - Butte fire department gets better rating

Bulletinboard - SHI releases photo book

Bulletinboard - Alaska Air to paint plane in honor of state's 50th anniversary

Bulletinboard - GCI transitions rural comm services to satellite

Bulletinboard - Alaska Space Grant Program launches B.E.A.R.

Bulletinboard - Chugach Electric rates change

Calendar - Tuesday, June 17

Calendar - Tuesday, June 17

Calendar - Tuesday, June 17

Calendar - Monday, June 23

Calendar - Saturday, June 28

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fisheries - GAO: Aquaculture poses need to address variety of issues

Fisheries - Copper River fishermen are still waiting for the big run

Focus - AP-AOL poll: Debt hurts your body too

Focus - Here's my card: The networking aid gets a makeover

Focus - ISER: Rising fuel prices hitting Alaskans especially hard

Focus - GCI misses filing deadline, Nasdaq threatens to de-list stock

Home - New group builds change in AGIA views

Home - State to crank up alt energy

Home - Deadliest Catch' vessel lures fans aboard in Ketchikan

Home - Young woman delights doggies with decadent delicacies

Home - PHOTO: Tickets for the road

Home - PHOTO: Gas hikes in Birchwood

Home - CORE leader critical of 'extreme' environmental policy

Home - Supreme Court blocks one-halibut limit for Southeast charters

Home - Supreme Court rules one Clean Water initiative invalid

Home - Copper River fishermen are still waiting for the big run

Home - Juneau family has personal hydropower, lives off the grid

Home - PHOTO: Honoring Alaska's soldiers

Home - Issues, elections will set the stage for small business owners

Home - AJOC Editorial: It's past time for America to get over herself

Home - PHOTO: Looking to the future

Home - AGIA madness has begun, but forgets original intent

Home - AP-AOL poll: Debt hurts your body too

Home - Here's my card: The networking aid gets a makeover

Home - GCI misses filing deadline, Nasdaq threatens to de-list stock

Localnews - New group builds change in AGIA views

Localnews - State to crank up alt energy

Localnews - Deadliest Catch' vessel lures fans aboard in Ketchikan

Localnews - Young woman delights doggies with decadent delicacies

Localnews - 2 workers sickened after hitting contamination on Glenn-Bragaw project

Localnews - PHOTO: Tickets for the road

Localnews - PHOTO: Gas hikes in Birchwood

Localnews - CORE leader critical of 'extreme' environmental policy

Localnews - Supreme Court blocks one-halibut limit for Southeast charters

Localnews - Supreme Court rules one Clean Water initiative invalid

Localnews - GCI misses filing deadline, Nasdaq threatens to de-list stock

Localnews - GAO: Aquaculture poses need to address variety of issues

Localnews - Water's most unwanted visitors: Invasive species has changed, but remains a fish factor

Localnews - Copper River fishermen are still waiting for the big run

Localnews - Juneau family has personal hydropower, lives off the grid

Localnews - PHOTO: Honoring Alaska's soldiers

Localnews - PHOTO: Looking to the future

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - AGIA madness has begun, but forgets original intent

Oilgas - Supreme Court rules one Clean Water initiative invalid

Opinion - Issues, elections will set the stage for small business owners

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: It's past time for America to get over herself

Opinion - Southcentral mayors urge lawmakers to include spur line to their areas

Jun - 22 - 2008

Bulletinboard - SEARHC earns Well Workplace Award

Bulletinboard - Elmendorf receives EPA recognition

Bulletinboard - DOL announces extended unemployment benefits

Bulletinboard - Aleutians officials, MMS sign offshore agreement

Bulletinboard - GAO: Action needed for safety of unmanned aircraft systems

Bulletinboard - GCI acquires United Companies Inc. subsidiaries

Bulletinboard - Port of Seattle to provide service between Beijing and Seattle

Bulletinboard - OSHA cites Army for unsafe working conditions

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fisheries - Sand Point fishermen settle for 70 cents a pound, lower fuel costs

Fisheries - Fishermen boost salmon donations to Southwest schools

Fisheries - Hearing on halibut charter two-fish limit see extension

Fishfactor - Fishermen boost salmon donations to Southwest schools

Focus - PHOTO: Three-wheeled ride

Focus - Long layover in Seattle? Take a walk to 13 Coins for a treasure trove of food

Focus - Organic alcohol sparks new cocktail trend

Focus - Fallout: Small businesses have more late-paying customers

Focus - Analysis: Lotta big talk, little action on high gas prices

Focus - High fuel prices, sluggish economy ease trucker shortage

Focus - Summer job market especially tough for the poorest kids

Home - PHOTO: Free eagle

Home - City, group seek public transit funds

Home - Exxon awaits decision on Point Thomson

Home - Kodiak chef honored at sustainable seafood challenge

Home - PHOTO: Wellness grads

Home - PHOTO: Military picnic

Home - Alaska among 35 states with no tower crane license regs

Home - PHOTO: Turkey Red bread

Home - Incoming Kodiak school super battles fuel costs, budget woes

Home - Despite concerns, EPA gives go-ahead to Juneau road

Home - Anchorage construction to focus on safety, congestion relief

Home - Anchorage vacancy rates low, market healthy

Home - Partners start summer work on Fire Island wind project

Home - Eklutna, MEA explore power plant options on Eklutna land

Home - New Palmer elementary school will be certified green

Home - One man's scraps is another seal's dinner

Home - Lawmakers shouldn't let politics delay gas pipeline decision

Home - The state's capital match is an investment in Alaska's future

Home - State: LNG project has higher costs, less profit for all

Home - Denali company formed; BP manager named as president

Home - Utilities scramble as flooding delays their coal supplies

Home - PHOTO: Rio Tinto sees growth

Home - Sand Point fishermen settle for 70 cents a pound, lower fuel costs

Home - Hearing on halibut charter two-fish limit see extension

Home - Fishermen boost salmon donations to Southwest schools

Home - PHOTO: Three-wheeled ride

Home - Long layover in Seattle? Take a walk to 13 Coins for a treasure trove of food

Home - Organic alcohol sparks new cocktail trend

Home - High fuel prices, sluggish economy ease trucker shortage

Localnews - PHOTO: Free eagle

Localnews - City, group seek public transit funds

Localnews - Exxon awaits decision on Point Thomson

Localnews - Kodiak chef honored at sustainable seafood challenge

Localnews - PHOTO: Wellness grads

Localnews - PHOTO: Military picnic

Localnews - Alaska among 35 states with no tower crane license regs

Localnews - PHOTO: Turkey Red bread

Localnews - Incoming Kodiak school super battles fuel costs, budget woes

Localnews - Hearing on halibut charter two-fish limit see extension

Localnews - Despite concerns, EPA gives go-ahead to Juneau road

Localnews - Anchorage construction to focus on safety, congestion relief

Localnews - Anchorage vacancy rates low, market healthy

Localnews - Partners start summer work on Fire Island wind project

Localnews - Eklutna, MEA explore power plant options on Eklutna land

Localnews - New Palmer elementary school will be certified green

Localnews - One man's scraps is another seal's dinner

Localnews - State: LNG project has higher costs, less profit for all

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Denali company formed; BP manager named as president

Oilgas - Exxon awaits decision on Point Thomson

Oilgas - Utilities scramble as flooding delays their coal supplies

Oilgas - PHOTO: Rio Tinto sees growth

Opinion - Lawmakers shouldn't let politics delay gas pipeline decision

Opinion - The state's capital match is an investment in Alaska's future

Opinion - LETTER: State and nation should open areas for drilling

Jun - 26 - 2008

Legislative - AGIA will limit state options on spur, bullet line: Legislators worried

Legislative - AGIA will limit state options on spur, bullet line: Legislators worried

Legislative - Treble damages was main concern for legislators at June 25 meeting

Legislative - Treble damages was main concern for legislators at June 25 meeting

Jun - 29 - 2008

Bulletinboard - FHA mortgages experience a bounce in Alaska markets

Bulletinboard - ACS issues cash dividend

Bulletinboard - AIDEA approves $3.5 million loan for car wash business

Bulletinboard - Gere Donovan Creative receives international award

Bulletinboard - Alaska adjusted unemployment rates rose slightly in May

Bulletinboard - VA warns vets about Chantix

Bulletinboard - Downtown vendors feature summer recycling program

Bulletinboard - State chamber solicits nominations for annual awards

Bulletinboard - Anchorage chamber seeks community service nominations

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Focus - Making the best of an unhappy work environment: hard but doable

Focus - Weather to worsen with climate change

Home - Visitors spending less, business owners still optimistic

Home - Supreme Court slashes judgment in Exxon Valdez oil spill to $500 million

Home - PHOTO: Commodity Forwarders receives grant

Home - PHOTO: Coastie patrol

Home - PHOTO: PFD contributions wanted

Home - Lobbyists: Are they Alaska's heroes or villains?

Home - Southeast charter owners get reprieve on halibut limit

Home - "Red Gold" takes top honors at Colorado festival

Home - Stevens: Alaska needs transportation improvements

Home - PHOTOS: The Great View

Home - PHOTOS: The Denali Draw

Home - State moves forward with FERC, despite BP, Conoco plans

Home - Dad's 'Tear down that wall' quote should extend to energy

Home - PHOTO: Denali opens in Tok

Home - Mitsubishi signs with port authority to build LNG project

Home - Federal agencies release plan for uranium cleanup

Home - Lawmakers hear about natural gas needs at session hearings

Home - Legislators receive regular per diem rate during special session

Home - Making the best of an unhappy work environment: hard but doable

Home - Weather to worsen with climate change

Home - In weak economy, forgoing $4 lattes for home brews

Home - Delta Air Lines trims U.S. to China flights

Home - Transportation Briefs

Home - PHOTO: Old-style Valley depot

Home - Legacy air carrier woes may help Alaska pilot needs

Home - PHOTO: Need an escort?

Localnews - Visitors spending less, business owners still optimistic

Localnews - Supreme Court slashes judgment in Exxon Valdez oil spill to $500 million

Localnews - PHOTO: Commodity Forwarders receives grant

Localnews - PHOTO: Coastie patrol

Localnews - PHOTO: PFD contributions wanted

Localnews - PHOTO: Denali opens in Tok

Localnews - Lobbyists: Are they Alaska's heroes or villains?

Localnews - Southeast charter owners get reprieve on halibut limit

Localnews - Red Gold' takes top honors at Colorado festival

Localnews - Stevens: Alaska needs transportation improvements

Localnews - PHOTOS: The Great View

Localnews - PHOTOS: The Denali Draw

Localnews - PHOTO: Old-style Valley depot

Localnews - PHOTO: Need an escort?

Localnews - Legacy air carrier woes may help Alaska pilot needs

Localnews - Legislators receive regular per diem rate during special session

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - PHOTO: Denali opens in Tok

Oilgas - Mitsubishi signs with port authority to build LNG project

Oilgas - Federal agencies release plan for uranium cleanup

Oilgas - Lawmakers hear about natural gas needs at session hearings

Opinion - State moves forward with FERC, despite BP, Conoco plans

Opinion - Dad's 'Tear down that wall' quote should extend to energy

Transportation - PHOTO: Coastie patrol

Transportation - Stevens: Alaska needs transportation improvements

Transportation - Transportation Briefs

Transportation - PHOTO: Old-style Valley depot

Transportation - Delta Air Lines trims U.S. to China flights

Transportation - Legacy air carrier woes may help Alaska pilot needs

Transportation - PHOTO: Need an escort?

Jun - 30 - 2008

Legislative - Administration says AGIA would limit help on fiscal terms to Denali pipe

Legislative - A background brief on the Point Thomson dispute

Legislative - The assumption has been that Point Thomson is needed for a pipeline. DNR now says no

Jul - 06 - 2008

Home - PHOTO: 2008 Anchorage Leadership Graduates

Home - PHOTO: Northern nose art

Home - New green visitors center debuts at Denali National Park

Home - PHOTO: Nulato's Territorial Guard honored

Home - PHOTO: Fish and fuel

Home - Endangered or threatened? Beluga status still in limbo

Home - Development association opens processing plant in False Pass

Home - Study: Oil industry reigns supreme in Alaska economy

Home - PHOTOS: Alaska's kilted highlanders

Home - PHOTOS: Arctic Thunder wings up a huge crowd

Home - Lawmakers continue gasline debate after first session closes

Home - What's driving lawmakers on gas line

Home - Liquid gold? Gas-to-liquids could bring state more value

Home - DOC will expand Spring Creek correctional center

Home - Honed in WWII, gas-to-liquids technology has excelled

Home - Shell manager lays out plans for work in Alaska's seas

Home - PHOTOS: Getting an education on weatherizing your home

Home - Fowler oil says coal bed methane gas production will begin in fall

Home - Battle continues on Healy plant; Homer steps into mix

Home - Juneau seen as a market to suffer from rising oil costs

Home - Alaska Air using mobile air units, retrofits craft to conserve fuel

Home - Russian gas fields could supply the world for a decade

Home - AGIA license would limit state fiscal terms for Denali pipeline

Home - AmeriCorps brings money, community service to state

Home - PHOTOS: Alaska celebrates 50 years of statehood

Home - AVTEC ramps up to meet state's resource industry needs

Home - Electronics, other recyclables flow to Total Reclaim doors

Home - Alaska Law Review article urges more protection for fisheries from proposed mine

Home - PHOTO: Resurrection

Jul - 08 - 2008

Legislative - Gas “offtake” concerns: Enough gas in Prudhoe Bay to support pipeline?

Legislative - AOGCC, an independent regulatory agency, makes the call on how much gas can be produced

Legislative - Governor’s spur line initiative is shrewd politics, but with some beneficial results

Jul - 09 - 2008

Legislative - Gas “offtake” concerns: Enough gas in Prudhoe Bay to support pipeline?

Legislative - Legislators reconvene in Juneau, hope to take final action by July 16

Legislative - Gas “offtake” concerns: Enough gas in Prudhoe Bay to support pipeline?

Jul - 13 - 2008

Bulletinboard - New Web site allows sharing of Alaska videos

Bulletinboard - Kenai families get USDA help to build homes

Bulletinboard - ACS installing marine portion of fiber optic cable system

Bulletinboard - First Embassy Suites opens in Anchorage

Bulletinboard - Commercial fishing prohibited for most minors under 16

Bulletinboard - Alaska groups honored in national aviation award

Bulletinboard - Funds awarded for Alaska Statehood Experience projects

Bulletinboard - Nerland Agency to represent Alyeska Pipeline

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Alaska senators try to help fishermen catch a break

Focus - Leisure Living: Trends in active adult communities

Home - Watchdog group says cruise access hampered

Home - State responds to Pebble mine concerns

Home - Hit with soaring oil prices, GVEA moves to renewable power

Home - PHOTO: Canadian Viking?

Home - PHOTO: UFO Baby

Home - PHOTO: Winging the shovel

Home - Sen. Stevens to launch new alternative energy initiates

Home - Pipeline authority group to assess foothills route

Home - Tri-Jet manufacturing hones its niche in supply chain

Home - Salmon offers commercial fishermen feast and famine

Home - Alaska senators try to help fishermen catch a break

Home - Does Alaska really need to subsidize a gas pipeline?

Home - Lawmakers need to OK the funding for state's big needs

Home - Solar power could harness the midnight sun, making bright policy

Home - House Speaker hopes to have TransCanada license vote by July 16

Home - State responds to Pebble mine concerns

Home - Leisure Living: Trends in active adult communities

Home - Rights like free speech don't always extend online

Localnews - Watchdog group says cruise access hampered

Localnews - State responds to Pebble mine concerns

Localnews - Hit with soaring oil prices, GVEA moves to renewable power

Localnews - PHOTO: Canadian Viking?

Localnews - PHOTO: UFO Baby

Localnews - PHOTO: Winging the shovel

Localnews - Sen. Stevens to launch new alternative energy initiates

Localnews - Pipeline authority group to assess foothills route

Localnews - Tri-Jet manufacturing hones its niche in supply chain

Localnews - Salmon offers commercial fishermen feast and famine

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - House Speaker hopes to have TransCanada license vote by July 16

Oilgas - State responds to Pebble mine concerns

Oilgas - Pipeline authority group to assess foothills route

Oilgas - Sen. Stevens to launch new alternative energy initiates

Opinion - Does Alaska really need to subsidize a gas pipeline?

Opinion - Lawmakers need to OK the funding for state's big needs

Opinion - Solar power could harness the midnight sun, making bright policy

Technology - Rights like free speech don't always extend online

Jul - 20 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Capstone signs agreement with distributor for Alaska

Bulletinboard - MoneyGram settlement

Bulletinboard - Stamp honors state of Alaska

Bulletinboard - Alaska Airlines goes cashless

Bulletinboard - Walgreens meets with vendors

Bulletinboard - Anti-meth campaign wins award

Bulletinboard - ACS wins Telly Awards

Bulletinboard - NAC re-introduces service to St. Mary's, Unalakleet

Bulletinboard - JP Morgan renews contract with state for benefit payments

Bulletinboard - State selects contractor for oil infrastructure risk assessment

Bulletinboard - Frontier, Alaska Air partner up

Bulletinboard - STEP grant application available

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fishermen worry about boat sizes noted in new USCG regs

Focus - Wildfires bring demand for private firefighters

Focus - Technology used in Alaska aids Nevada rural mental health

Focus - When a child becomes a teen, sluggishness sets in

Home - Year's building budgets holding steady

Home - The push for gas line from Inlet to Interior

Home - Longtime construction group leader retires again ~ sort of

Home - PHOTOS: Yankees strike out youth

Home - Eklutna to develop 100-acre industrial park in Birchwood

Home - Borough will re-bid Susitna High construction

Home - Federal transportation funding curves toward change

Home - Sen. Stevens pushes for EAS, alternative energy funding

Home - Palin asks for road upgrade funding with eye toward gas line

Home - Tower tenants pursue environmentally friendly work space

Home - Iditarod rises entry fees to help with rising event costs

Home - PHOTO: Wii makes games, money

Home - EPA experts detail health risks behind global warming

Home - PHOTOS: Arctic patrols

Home - Alaska Air stock drops amid fuel prices, pilot walkout talk

Home - Alaska studio wings national premier at aviation expo

Home - New rule on plane fuel tanks

Home - Former Cold War spy ship searches for foes in Southeast

Home - Medallion Foundation previews new Super Cub flight simulator

Home - Alaskans should commit to buying Alaska grown

Home - Contractor says lawmakers should vote no on AGIA

Home - Fishermen worry about boat sizes noted in new USCG regs

Home - The push for gas line from Inlet to Interior

Home - BP starts work on longest-reaching offshore platform

Home - Wildfires bring demand for private firefighters

Home - When a child becomes a teen, sluggishness sets in

Localnews - Year's building budgets holding steady

Localnews - The push for gas line from Inlet to Interior

Localnews - Longtime construction group leader retires again ~ sort of

Localnews - PHOTOS: Yankees strike out youth

Localnews - Eklutna to develop 100-acre industrial park in Birchwood

Localnews - Borough will re-bid Susitna High construction

Localnews - Federal transportation funding curves toward change

Localnews - Sen. Stevens pushes for EAS, alternative energy funding

Localnews - Palin asks for road upgrade funding with eye toward gas line

Localnews - Tower tenants pursue environmentally friendly work space

Localnews - Alaska Air stock drops amid fuel prices, pilot walkout talk

Localnews - New rule on plane fuel tanks

Localnews - Former Cold War spy ship searches for foes in Southeast

Localnews - Medallion Foundation previews new Super Cub flight simulator

Localnews - Iditarod rises entry fees to help with rising event costs

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - The push for gas line from Inlet to Interior

Oilgas - Russian Migration Service to deny TNK-BP CEO new work visa

Oilgas - Oil production by the numbers

Oilgas - BP starts work on longest-reaching offshore platform

Opinion - Alaskans should commit to buying Alaska grown

Opinion - Contractor says lawmakers should vote no on AGIA

Technology - PHOTO: Wii makes games, money

Transportation - EPA experts detail health risks behind global warming

Transportation - PHOTOS: Arctic patrols

Transportation - Federal transportation funding curves toward change

Transportation - Alaska Air stock drops amid fuel prices, pilot walkout talk

Transportation - Alaska studio wings national premier at aviation expo

Transportation - New rule on plane fuel tanks

Transportation - Former Cold War spy ship searches for foes in Southeast

Transportation - Medallion Foundation previews new Super Cub flight simulator

Jul - 27 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Citizen's Advisory Commission on Federal Areas Selects Executive Director

Bulletinboard - Contracts awarded to Nanuq, Inc./Alaska Frontier Constructors for Point Thomson

Bulletinboard - Northern Air Maintenance Services awarded FAA Certificate of Excellence

Bulletinboard - BBB Receives Thousands of Complaints on Suspicious Credit Card Charges

Bulletinboard - Green Star Recognition Continues to Benefit Businesses

Bulletinboard - Sealaska Heritage Institute opens new research facility to the public

Bulletinboard - Kenai Mayor Honored for Support of Alaska National Guard and Reserve

Bulletinboard - AIDEA Board Approves Loan Participation for Dialysis Center

Bulletinboard - Imaginarium Science Discovery Center joins Anchorage Museum

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Dutch Harbor is nation's top port for 19th year running

Focus - Ray's Waterfront showcases Seward seafood and hospitality

Home - Steam rising over clean water initiative

Home - Business improves on Russia-Alaska flights

Home - Independent bookstore, cafe proves popular in Wasilla

Home - Southeast tourism frets over skyrocketing energy costs

Home - PHOTO: ANWR visitors include congressional candidates

Home - Alaska Railroad opts for green renovation of historic shed

Home - ExxonMobil boss brings bodyguards to Juneau hearings

Home - Higher prices brewing up challenges for local business owner

Home - PHOTO: Target introduces its wares at Governor's picnic

Home - Anchorage entrepreneur offers new cool/hot container

Home - Anchorage Airport connector modified over airline concerns

Home - Economist says Alaska could feel affect of reduced federal spending

Home - New fish and wildlife center in the works for Tok area

Home - Murkowski wins fishers moratorium on discharge permits

Home - Governor's plan for gas bullet line headed north would help economy

Home - Proposed in-state gas pipeline partnership is premature

Home - Juneau educator speaks out on gaming ballot initiative

Home - Dutch Harbor is nation's top port for 19th year running

Home - AkPIRG report offers suggestions on AGIA

Home - Alaska House OKs gas pipeline license for TransCanada

Home - Denali bus drivers authorize strike over wages

Home - Port MacKenzie moves gravel for Port of Anchorage expansion

Home - Alaska Trucking Association asks bicycle riders to be “aware”

Home - Bush administration proposes lower royalties on oil shale

Home - Ray's Waterfront showcases Seward seafood and hospitality

Localnews - Steam rising over clean water initiative

Localnews - Business improves on Russia-Alaska flights

Localnews - Independent bookstore, cafe proves popular in Wasilla

Localnews - Southeast tourism frets over skyrocketing energy costs

Localnews - PHOTO: ANWR visitors include congressional candidates

Localnews - Alaska Railroad opts for green renovation of historic shed

Localnews - ExxonMobil boss brings bodyguards to Juneau hearings

Localnews - Higher prices brewing up challenges for local business owner

Localnews - PHOTO: Target introduces its wares at Governor's picnic

Localnews - Anchorage entrepreneur offers new cool/hot container

Localnews - Anchorage Airport connector modified over airline concerns

Localnews - Denali bus drivers authorize strike over wages

Localnews - Port MacKenzie moves gravel for Port of Anchorage expansion

Localnews - Economist says Alaska could feel affect of reduced federal spending

Localnews - Alaska Trucking Association asks bicycle riders to be “aware”

Localnews - New fish and wildlife center in the works for Tok area

Localnews - Murkowski wins fishers moratorium on discharge permits

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - AkPIRG report offers suggestions on AGIA

Oilgas - Alaska House OKs gas pipeline license for TransCanada

Oilgas - PHOTO: ANWR visitors include congressional candidates

Oilgas - Bush administration proposes lower royalties on oil shale

Opinion - Governor's plan for gas bullet line headed north would help economy

Opinion - Proposed in-state gas pipeline partnership is premature

Opinion - Juneau educator speaks out on gaming ballot initiative

Transportation - Denali bus drivers authorize strike over wages

Transportation - Port MacKenzie moves gravel for Port of Anchorage expansion

Transportation - Alaska Trucking Association asks bicycle riders to be “aware”

Transportation - Business improves on Russia-Alaska flights

Jul - 29 - 2008

Home - Details of indictment of Sen. Stevens

Home - Details of indictment of Sen. Stevens

Home - Quotes about the indictment of Ted Stevens

Home - Members of Congress charged with crimes

Home - Ted Stevens indicted, longest-serving GOP senator

Home - Sen. Ted Stevens' statement on his indictment

Jul - 30 - 2008

Home - Indictment of Stevens adds to bleak GOP prospects

Jul - 31 - 2008

Home - Denali bus drivers reach tentative agreement on wage issues

Home - Sen. Ted Stevens to face judge in corruption case

Home - Stevens pleads not guilty in corruption case

Home - Stevens pleads not guilty in corruption case

Aug - 01 - 2008

Home - Senate Oks TransCanada gas line permit

Aug - 03 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Cherokee General joins Doyon

Bulletinboard - Office of Citizenship Assistance closes, steers people to DOL

Bulletinboard - American Broadband acquires TelAlaska

Bulletinboard - Alaska USA announces opening of new title agency

Bulletinboard - Alaska Pacific announces cash dividend to shareholders

Bulletinboard - First National declares third-quarter dividend

Bulletinboard - Major environmental consultancy opens office in Alaska

Bulletinboard - Brown Jug sells to Liquor Stores Income Fund

Bulletinboard - First National announces stock repurchase program

Bulletinboard - New API advisory board will be 'consumer-driven'

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Season so far is 'lackluster' at best

Focus - Labor Department seeks more disclosure of 401(k) fees

Focus - Fishy pedicure craze: Carp rid human feet of scaly skin

Focus - Ale sales ail in iconic Britain pubs as people drink at home

Focus - Olympic pollution controls increase costs to Chinese industry

Home - Stevens indicted by D.C. grand jury

Home - Shell plans unmanned flights over oil seas

Home - PHOTO: Totem remodel

Home - PHOTO: Deadliest marshal

Home - Don't confuse estate tax issues with probate process

Home - Air Force commander dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound

Home - Stevens indictment may not be the last as investigation moves

Home - Commemorative Air Force forms local wing, looks for new members

Home - State should do more than hand out energy rebates

Home - Governor commends lawmakers as the final vote on AGIA nears

Home - Markets and federal agencies, not AGIA, will steer pipeline

Home - Season so far is 'lackluster' at best

Home - State Dept. investigating Iraqi oil contracts

Home - Seven scoping meetings set for offshore oil, gas lease sales

Home - Oil service workers busy, but lack bunk space at day's end

Home - Coal buyout fever is on; Cominco makes $14 billion deal in W.Va.

Home - Bush blames Congress for not acting on rising gas prices

Home - Ale sales ail in iconic Britain pubs as people drink at home

Home - Olympic pollution controls increase costs to Chinese industry

Home - St. Helens calm as new life takes root

Home - Maine's lobster lovers shelling out less

Localnews - Stevens indicted by D.C. grand jury

Localnews - Shell plans unmanned flights over oil seas

Localnews - PHOTO: Totem remodel

Localnews - Grant brings broadband to Tatitlik

Localnews - PHOTO: Deadliest marshal

Localnews - Don't confuse estate tax issues with probate process

Localnews - Air Force commander dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound

Localnews - TWIC card registration in Alaska picks up speed, costs

Localnews - Stevens indictment may not be the last as investigation moves

Localnews - FAA grounds Southeast airline, alleges eight violations

Localnews - Army mom turns to books to help children with deployment

Localnews - AEDC: Anchorage likely to see flat growth in coming years

Localnews - FBI focus on Cowdery spotlights Legislative Council

Localnews - Lawmakers begin debating on energy assistance bills

Localnews - Commemorative Air Force forms local wing, looks for new members

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - State Dept. investigating Iraqi oil contracts

Oilgas - Seven scoping meetings set for offshore oil, gas lease sales

Oilgas - Oil service workers busy, but lack bunk space at day's end

Oilgas - Coal buyout fever is on; Cominco makes $14 billion deal in W.Va.

Opinion - State should do more than hand out energy rebates

Opinion - Governor commends lawmakers as the final vote on AGIA nears

Opinion - Markets and federal agencies, not AGIA, will steer pipeline

Aug - 04 - 2008

Home - Campaign staff, volunteers warmly greet Stevens

Aug - 05 - 2008

Home - Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens to skip GOP convention

Aug - 10 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Collins Construction picked to build new Su Valley school

Bulletinboard - Federal minimum wage rises to $6.55 an hour

Bulletinboard - NPR-A lease sale set for Sept. 24 in Anchorage

Bulletinboard - ACS Yellow Pages recycling event proves green is good

Bulletinboard - ACS launches new, fast technology

Bulletinboard - Federal higher education bill would help military families

Bulletinboard - Congress approves new ATV safety provisions

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Americans eating less seafood, but stay faithful to faves

Focus - Tight for cash, people, businesses seek to recycle

Focus - With automated tagging, Web links can surprise

Focus - Minor leagues, major costs: Fuel prices hurt team travels

Focus - Lens implant technique offers chance at beating lazy eye

Home - Americans eating less seafood, but stay faithful to faves

Home - PHOTO: Partners in energy

Home - Fishermen salute Stevens legislation, support to industry

Home - Sand Point's Aleutia buys Bristol Bay crab processor shares

Home - Murkowski pushes Congress to ratify law of the sea treaty

Home - Fishermen get two-year break on Clean Water Act discharge permits

Home - Salmon harvests down, but healthy

Home - Fishermen fear flooding's effect on salmon eggs

Home - Alaska ranks first in the nation on credit card debt

Home - Certificate OK'd for clinic in Anchorage, denied in Wasilla

Home - Klawock man wants to bring processor to hometown

Home - AJOC Editorial: Nation's political scandals keep life interesting

Home - Senate passes AGIA; bill sits on Green's desk

Home - Work on energy assistance continues as session deadline nears

Home - Report critical of Anglo; company decries 'selective reporting'

Home - Tight for cash, people, businesses seek to recycle

Home - With automated tagging, Web links can surprise

Local News - PHOTO: Partners in energy

Local News - Fishermen salute Stevens legislation, support to industry

Local News - PHOTO: Mending the seine

Local News - Sand Point's Aleutia buys Bristol Bay crab processor shares

Local News - Murkowski pushes Congress to ratify law of the sea treaty

Local News - Fishermen get two-year break on Clean Water Act discharge permits

Local News - Salmon harvests down, but healthy

Local News - Fishermen fear flooding's effect on salmon eggs

Local News - Alaska ranks first in the nation on credit card debt

Local News - Certificate OK'd for clinic in Anchorage, denied in Wasilla

Local News - State asks crane operators to check procedures, equipment

Local News - Klawock man wants to bring processor to hometown

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Senate passes AGIA; bill sits on Green's desk

Oilgas - Work on energy assistance continues as session deadline nears

Oilgas - Report critical of Anglo; company decries 'selective reporting'

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: Nation's political scandals keep life interesting

Opinion - Stevens' investigators should have searched city assessments

Technology - At Doggyspace.com, social networking goes to the dogs

Aug - 17 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Little Caesars pizza franchise reopens in Anchorage

Bulletinboard - U.S. Postal Service honors retired manager

Bulletinboard - RISE Alaska receives award

Bulletinboard - Teacher turnover in Alaska in 2007 mirrors 1999 percentages

Bulletinboard - DOC signs contract for phone service

Bulletinboard - Palin signs disaster declaration for Interior communities

Bulletinboard - Trail system connects downtown to Mountain View

Bulletinboard - Alaska USA Mortgage honored for loan program

Bulletinboard - AVTEC's automotive program earns national recertification

Bulletinboard - AMHS releases draft schedule for summer 2009 Tatitlek Corp. opens new HQ

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Buying local trend isn't snagging the interests of Alaska fishermen

Focus - Health care costs to rise 10 percent in 2009

Focus - Menswear sales outpace women's business

Focus - Elvis, Priscilla wedding dolls are the new must-have item for fans

Home - US Coast Guard exploring Arctic base

Home - Arbitrator: Alaska Air violated contract

Home - From space to sports: publisher discusses road to writing

Home - Native corporation subsidiary opens office in Wasilla

Home - PHOTO: Start-Up for Athena

Home - PHOTO: Rush hour in Barrow

Home - DEC gives cruise lines deadline to meet permit laws

Home - PHOTO: Cold call

Home - Palmer designer proposes new wind technology

Home - PHOTO: South Anchorage Target comes to life

Home - Little Caesars pizza franchise reopens in Anchorage

Home - Teacher turnover in Alaska in 2007 mirrors 1999 percentages

Home - Palin signs disaster declaration for Interior communities

Home - AMHS releases draft schedule for summer 2009 Tatitlek Corp. opens new HQ

Home - Positive changes coming to the Alaska Marine Highway System

Home - Buying local trend isn't snagging the interests of Alaska fishermen

Home - Georgia conflict stokes energy supply concerns

Home - End of the session brings rebates, pipeline compromises

Home - Health care costs to rise 10 percent in 2009

Home - Elvis, Priscilla wedding dolls are the new must-have item for fans

Localnews - US Coast Guard exploring Arctic base

Localnews - Arbitrator: Alaska Air violated contract

Localnews - From space to sports: publisher discusses road to writing

Localnews - Native corporation subsidiary opens office in Wasilla

Localnews - End of the session brings rebates, pipeline compromises

Localnews - PHOTO: Start-Up for Athena

Localnews - PHOTO: Rush hour in Barrow

Localnews - DEC gives cruise lines deadline to meet permit laws

Localnews - PHOTO: Cold call

Localnews - Palmer designer proposes new wind technology

Localnews - PHOTO: South Anchorage Target comes to life

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Georgia conflict stokes energy supply concerns

Oilgas - End of the session brings rebates, pipeline compromises

Opinion - Positive changes coming to the Alaska Marine Highway System

Transportation - US Coast Guard exploring Arctic base

Transportation - Arbitrator: Alaska Air violated contract

Aug - 22 - 2008

Home - Gasoline supply tightens in Anchorage

Aug - 24 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Alaska's unemployment rate rises to 6.9 percent for July

Bulletinboard - Study says Alaskans are confident in housing market

Bulletinboard - AEL&P to sell surplus electricity to Princess cruises

Bulletinboard - BP station OK'd for protection program

Bulletinboard - DOT wins two awards

Bulletinboard - GCI donates $30M broadband gift toward education

Bulletinboard - GES receives contractor safety award

Bulletinboard - Doyon Utilities assumes ownership of 3 Army utilities

Bulletinboard - Alaska highway fatalities at all-time low

Bulletinboard - Sealaska receives commendation

Bulletinboard - ACS opens 15th retail store in Anchorage

Bulletinboard - Obama opens fifth Alaska HQ; GOP plans none for McCain

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Surprise: Salmon really spawned Alaska statehood move

Focus - Wyoming tribe mourns 3 teens, loss of cultural ties

Focus - States push laws to require paid sick days

Focus - Frozen yogurt war de-thaws, tart new brands hit US

Focus - Turkey Red offers Mat-Su Valley residents local, organic alternative

Focus - Europe's latest craze: electric bikes

Focus - States fight to shield doctors from drug data mining

Home - PHOTO: Heavy on the oil

Home - Denali driver knows wildlife

Home - Kotzebue wind turbines whirl up proven energy source

Home - Alaska Air opens remodeled cargo facility in Anchorage

Home - DEC: Cruise ships offer rangers better access

Home - PHOTO: Agrium's last run

Home - Aviation fuel charges may bury bypass mail service

Home - Stevens says state must invest more money in energy

Home - August DMV registrations mailed late; put on fast track

Home - Alaska investigates reasons for nation's highest gas prices

Home - Alaska Marketplace seek entries for renewable energy bid

Home - PHOTOS: Travel Alaska

Home - PHOTO: Building Barrow

Home - PHOTO: Heavy on the oil

Home - Chevron, water groups spar over permits

Home - PHOTO: Red Dog docks

Home - Mine, environmentalists hail Idaho cobalt mine deal

Home - Alaska highway fatalities at all-time low

Home - Obama opens fifth Alaska HQ; GOP plans none for McCain

Home - AJOC Editorial: Vote no on all four ballot measures

Home - Surprise: Salmon really spawned Alaska statehood move

Home - Medallion Foundation celebrates safest year of flying

Home - Frozen yogurt war de-thaws, tart new brands hit US

Home - Turkey Red offers Mat-Su Valley residents local, organic alternative

Home - Europe's latest craze: electric bikes

Home - States fight to shield doctors from drug data mining

Localnews - PHOTO: Heavy on the oil

Localnews - Denali driver knows wildlife

Localnews - Kotzebue wind turbines whirl up proven energy source

Localnews - Alaska Air opens remodeled cargo facility in Anchorage

Localnews - DEC: Cruise ships offer rangers better access

Localnews - PHOTO: Agrium's last run

Localnews - Aviation fuel charges may bury bypass mail service

Localnews - Stevens says state must invest more money in energy

Localnews - August DMV registrations mailed late; put on fast track

Localnews - Alaska investigates reasons for nation's highest gas prices

Localnews - Alaska Marketplace seek entries for renewable energy bid

Localnews - PHOTOS: Travel Alaska

Localnews - PHOTO: Building Barrow

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - PHOTO: Heavy on the oil

Oilgas - Chevron, water groups spar over permits

Oilgas - PHOTO: Agrium's last run

Oilgas - PHOTO: Red Dog docks

Oilgas - Mine, environmentalists hail Idaho cobalt mine deal

Oilgas - Legislation aimed to ban mercury export moves through Congress

Oilgas - Alaska investigates reasons for nation's highest gas prices

Oilgas - Business leaders: Make renewable energy cheaper

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: Vote no on all four ballot measures

Transportation - Medallion Foundation celebrates safest year of flying

Transportation - Alaska investigates reasons for nation's highest gas prices

Transportation - August DMV registrations mailed late; put on fast track

Aug - 27 - 2008

Home - Young, Parnell in tight race; Berkowitz advances

Home - Alaska Top Races

Home - UPDATES latest numbers in Alaska's Republican U.S. representative race, with Young eeking out slim lead. Indictments don't spoil Stevens' re-election bid

Home - Election Numbers - State of Alaska

Aug - 28 - 2008

Home - Governor signs AGIA

Aug - 29 - 2008

Home - McCain picks Alaska gov as running mate

Home - McCain names Palin as vice presidential running mate

Home - The Main Event: McCain-Palin vs. Obama-Biden

Home - Palin parents surprised by VP nomination

Home - Analysis: Palin's age, inexperience rival Obama's

Aug - 31 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Japan Air boosts charter passengers to Alaska

Bulletinboard - Providence foundation announces endowment

Bulletinboard - Connecting young Alaskans

Bulletinboard - Fluor opens Anchorage office

Bulletinboard - American Seafoods buys vessels

Bulletinboard - Canadian fishery earns marine stewardship certification

Bulletinboard - Interior processor recalls some smoked keta salmon

Bulletinboard - Seafood plant marks 100 years

Bulletinboard - UPS Airlines opens Anchorage training facility

Bulletinboard - Perseverance to workshop new play at Kennedy Center

Bulletinboard - Foundation awards scholarships

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Seafood industry worries about offshore oil leases in Alaska

Focus - Winter weather in 2009? Almanac says 'Numb's the word!'

Focus - No bull: Cows seem to know which way is north

Focus - Techies' sweet move to making chocolate

Focus - Health question: How do you appeal a heath claim denial?

Home - Cheaper way to power Bush Alaska?

Home - PHOTO: Coastie rainbow

Home - Voters favor Stevens, Begich, trounce props

Home - PHOTO: Senior voter

Home - Fly Right soars to international acclaim

Home - Mentoring Youth banquet hosts famed flyer

Home - Assembly OKs utilities plant agreement

Home - Lots of fun to be had at the Alaska State Fair

Home - Winter weather in 2009? Almanac says 'Numb's the word!'

Home - No bull: Cows seem to know which way is north

Home - Health question: How do you appeal a heath claim denial?

Home - Seafood industry worries about offshore oil leases in Alaska

Home - State's cash payout Band-Aid shouldn't be repeated

Home - Palin signs order directing state to help with LNG project

Home - Flyers holding off on safety equipment loan applications

Home - Palin as vice presidential contender helps draw focus to Alaska opportunities

Home - McCain names Palin as vice presidential running mate

Localnews - Cheaper way to power Bush Alaska?

Localnews - PHOTO: Coastie rainbow

Localnews - Voters favor Stevens, Begich, trounce props

Localnews - Rising transport prices draw customers to Ship To Alaska

Localnews - PHOTO: Senior voter

Localnews - Fly Right soars to international acclaim

Localnews - Mentoring Youth banquet hosts famed flyer

Localnews - Assembly OKs utilities plant agreement

Localnews - Lots of fun to be had at the Alaska State Fair

Localnews - Flyers holding off on safety equipment loan applications

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - UN urges the phasing out of energy subsidies

Oilgas - Aurora Gas returns to Alaska's Cook Inlet to explore, develop

Oilgas - Palin signs order directing state to help with LNG project

Oilgas - Flint Hills gas refinery down, buyers look to Anchorage for supply

Opinion - State's cash payout Band-Aid shouldn't be repeated

Opinion - Palin as vice presidential contender helps draw focus to Alaska opportunities

Transportation - Flyers holding off on safety equipment loan applications

Transportation - PHOTO: Coastie rainbow

Transportation - Rising transport prices draw customers to Ship To Alaska

Transportation - Mentoring Youth banquet hosts famed flyer

Sep - 02 - 2008

Home - McCain says Palin thoroughly checked

Home - Comment: A letter to John McCain

Home - McCain camp's detailed review of Palin

Home - McCain camp: Questions on Palin's party a 'smear'

Home - Palin's husband was member of third party

Home - Where the candidates stand: Sarah Palin

Sep - 03 - 2008

Home - Palin introducing herself; GOP blasts questions

Home - Analysis: McCain camp plays sexism card for Palin

Home - Giuliani: Palin's time as mayor qualifies her

Home - Palin: Iraq war 'a task that is from God'

Home - Lawmaker accused of politicizing Palin probe

Sep - 04 - 2008

Home - Palin mocks Obama; McCain claims nomination

Home - Palin's hometown crowd: "She thumped 'em"

Sep - 05 - 2008

Home - McCain says 'it's over' for special interests

Sep - 07 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Pioneer Natural Resources declares dividend

Bulletinboard - National Investment buys Alaska Pension Services

Bulletinboard - Enrollment climbs at Pacific Northern Academy

Bulletinboard - Student's design to be featured on Alaska Airlines plane

Bulletinboard - New Anchorage firm offers temp, concierge service

Bulletinboard - URS acquires Tryck Nyman Hayes

Bulletinboard - State agencies recognized for work

Bulletinboard - Seafood processor fined for polluting the Kenai River

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fisheries - Salmon season more upbeat as season end draws near

Fishfactor - Latest fish counts show salmon catch will hit targets

Focus - Natural personal care items grow in popularity

Focus - Betting on economies misses point

Focus - Shrinking packages, pricier foods fluster parents

Home - Palin: Strengths, weaknesses hit national scene

Home - Congressional Senate hearing in Bethel tells a bleak story

Home - PHOTO: Rural commuters

Home - Wasilla reeling in veep aftermath

Home - Nation's ignorance on Alaska and its issues shines

Home - Business: The importance of grooming your successor

Home - Student's design to be featured on Alaska Airlines plane

Home - Seafood processor fined for polluting the Kenai River

Home - Salmon season more upbeat as season end draws near

Home - Latest fish counts show salmon catch will hit targets

Home - PHOTO: Pipeline Tourists

Home - Exxon continues work at Point Thomson site

Home - House speaker asks for legislative investigation into high gas prices

Home - Biofuel researchers look for the good in stinkweed

Home - Alaska's Usibelli mines coal for 65 years, and there's plenty left to dig

Home - Cargo drops, passenger traffic up at Anchorage airport

Home - Google polishes off product line with Chrome browser

Home - Fort Knox presses hard to install heap leach liner this fall

Home - Sampling, gold recovery continues at Golden Summit

Localnews - Palin: Strengths, weaknesses hit national scene

Localnews - Alaska's Usibelli mines coal for 65 years, and there's plenty left to dig

Localnews - Congressional Senate hearing in Bethel tells a bleak story

Localnews - PHOTO: Rural commuters

Localnews - Wasilla reeling in veep aftermath

Localnews - Sarah Palin

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - PHOTO: Pipeline Tourists

Oilgas - Exxon continues work at Point Thomson site

Oilgas - House speaker asks for legislative investigation into high gas prices

Oilgas - Biofuel researchers look for the good in stinkweed

Oilgas - Alaska's Usibelli mines coal for 65 years, and there's plenty left to dig

Oilgas - Fort Knox presses hard to install heap leach liner this fall

Oilgas - Sampling, gold recovery continues at Golden Summit

Opinion - Nation's ignorance on Alaska and its issues shines

Opinion - Business: The importance of grooming your successor

Technology - Google polishes off product line with Chrome browser

Transportation - Gasoline credit, rewards cards can help cut costs

Transportation - PHOTO: Rural commuters

Transportation - Cargo drops, passenger traffic up at Anchorage airport

Sep - 09 - 2008

Home - Obama puts heat on Palin as she boosts GOP ticket

Home - No questions, please; Palin sticks to her script

Sep - 10 - 2008

Home - Report: Palin tapped travel allowance at home

Home - Palin's split with Alaska GOP opened opportunity

Sep - 14 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Alaska beer wins recognition

Bulletinboard - Wellness coalition honors Couer

Bulletinboard - DOT contracts recruitment firm

Bulletinboard - Search underway for top youth volunteers

Bulletinboard - APU ranks as one of nation's top colleges

Bulletinboard - Subsidiary pays $1M to shareholder employees

Bulletinboard - CIRI Foundation issues scholarships, grants

Bulletinboard - Northern Parks is Scenic Byway

Bulletinboard - Aleutia is first RSDA to represent two areas

Bulletinboard - BDS expands firm

Bulletinboard - Lowe's adds a store in Anchorage

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - New loan program aims to help fishermen invest in fuel savings

Focus - Review: Google Chrome lacks polish under the hood

Focus - Grocers see popularity of prepared foods grow

Home - Candy makers stir up Palin, McCain Pops

Home - Road work tied up till federal money flows

Home - Wasilla residents speak out on Palin's past work record

Home - PHOTO: US military instructs Mongolia

Home - Lynden Transport goes green with EPA SmartWay program

Home - More unmanned aerial flights planned over Arctic seas

Home - State agency seeks renewable energy project applications

Home - Renewable energy projects moves to top of Rural Alaska wish list

Home - Tubby's preps for camper caravans expected in 2008

Home - Parking Fairy' garage opens in Downtown Anchorage

Home - Dividends plus one-time rebate to infuse state economy

Home - House calls: Juneau doc brings medical bag, stethoscope home

Home - Red Dog settlement viewed as good compromise

Home - Hospital offers prostate cancer screening tests

Home - AJOC Editorial: Nation dredges up Palin Kool-Aid mix

Home - New loan program aims to help fishermen invest in fuel savings

Home - Alaska beer wins recognition

Home - PHOTO: Solar short

Home - Enstar to raise rates

Home - Full Metal advances base metal prospects on Doyon land

Home - Review: Google Chrome lacks polish under the hood

Home - Grocers see popularity of prepared foods grow

Home - Yukon Flats land exchange delayed until 2009

Localnews - Candy makers stir up Palin, McCain Pops

Localnews - Road work tied up till federal money flows

Localnews - Wasilla residents speak out on Palin's past work record

Localnews - PHOTO: US military instructs Mongolia

Localnews - Lynden Transport goes green with EPA SmartWay program

Localnews - More unmanned aerial flights planned over Arctic seas

Localnews - State agency seeks renewable energy project applications

Localnews - Renewable energy projects moves to top of Rural Alaska wish list

Localnews - Tubby's preps for camper caravans expected in 2008

Localnews - Parking Fairy' garage opens in Downtown Anchorage

Localnews - Dividends plus one-time rebate to infuse state economy

Localnews - House calls: Juneau doc brings medical bag, stethoscope home

Localnews - Red Dog settlement viewed as good compromise

Localnews - Hospital offers prostate cancer screening tests

Localnews - Yukon Flats land exchange delayed until 2009

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - PHOTO: Solar short

Oilgas - Enstar to raise rates

Oilgas - State continues talks with Flint Hills to revise royalty oil prices

Oilgas - Full Metal advances base metal prospects on Doyon land

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: Nation dredges up Palin Kool-Aid mix

Opinion - Congress should continue tax credit program for wind, solar projects

Transportation - Lynden Transport goes green with EPA SmartWay program

Transportation - More unmanned aerial flights planned over Arctic seas

Transportation - Tubby's preps for camper caravans expected in 2008

Transportation - Road work tied up till federal money flows

Sep - 16 - 2008

Home - BREAKING NEWS: Citgo event in Alaska cancelled

Home - McCain campaign tries to quell 'Troopergate'

Sep - 17 - 2008

Home - Clinton, blindsided, cancels NY event with Palin

Sep - 18 - 2008

Home - Young wins Alaska House primary race

Sep - 19 - 2008

Home - Palin's husband refuses to testify in probe

Home - First Clinton, now Palin out of NYC rally

Sep - 21 - 2008

Bulletinboard - AEA seeks renewable energy applications

Bulletinboard - Gere Donovan wins design awards

Bulletinboard - NSF award creates Alaska Center for Ocean Science Education

Bulletinboard - Cold Bay gets new terminal building

Bulletinboard - DMV Helps with Project Homeless Connect

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su prison named

Bulletinboard - Site selected for Mat-Su VA clinic

Bulletinboard - State streamlines certain grant reporting

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Group forms to challenge Cook Inlet discharge permits

Focus - X-ray is effective at spotting colon cancer

Focus - Study shows cost savings behind bariatric surgery

Focus - High-definition makeup: Prepare for your close-up

Focus - Small businesses going ahead with their holiday parties

Focus - Security experts see new products

Home - PHOTO: Rip-roaring rally ~ times 2

Home - Palin visit a boon to AK media

Home - Gilligan's Island' fans rejoice: The Minnow is restored

Home - Owners of historic lodge continue to rebuild after fire

Home - PHOTO: Fiesta Familiar festival

Home - PHOTO: Tinsley honored

Home - Alaska Airlines to cut 1,000 workers, citing high fuel prices

Home - PHOTO: Solar shines

Home - Palin urges halt to proposal to use old platforms for fish farming

Home - PHOTOS: Gold Pan Awards

Home - Sarah Palin's visit home brings out friend and foe alike

Home - GOP lawmakers sue to stop Palin 'Troopergate' investigation

Home - PHOTOS: Denaina Convention Center opens

Home - Seattle firefighters battle cancer, fight state to keep benefits

Home - AJOC Editorial: American business economic philosophy should return to 'better to earn than receive'

Home - Site selected for Mat-Su VA clinic

Home - X-ray is effective at spotting colon cancer

Home - Study shows cost savings behind bariatric surgery

Home - High-definition makeup: Prepare for your close-up

Home - Small businesses going ahead with their holiday parties

Home - Pickens pitches 'nonpartisan' wind energy plan

Home - Proposed greenhouse gas rules could hit Alaska business

Home - Group forms to challenge Cook Inlet discharge permits

Home - Security experts see new products

Localnews - PHOTO: Rip-roaring rally ~ times 2

Localnews - Palin visit a boon to AK media

Localnews - Gilligan's Island' fans rejoice: The Minnow is restored

Localnews - Owners of historic lodge continue to rebuild after fire

Localnews - PHOTO: Fiesta Familiar festival

Localnews - PHOTO: Tinsley honored

Localnews - Alaska Airlines to cut 1,000 workers, citing high fuel prices

Localnews - PHOTO: Solar shines

Localnews - Palin urges halt to proposal to use old platforms for fish farming

Localnews - PHOTOS: Gold Pan Awards

Localnews - Sarah Palin's visit home brings out friend and foe alike

Localnews - GOP lawmakers sue to stop Palin 'Troopergate' investigation

Localnews - PHOTOS: Denaina Convention Center opens

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Pickens pitches 'nonpartisan' wind energy plan

Oilgas - Proposed greenhouse gas rules could hit Alaska business

Oilgas - PHOTO: Solar shines

Oilgas - Investigation into Alaska's higher gasoline prices continues

Oilgas - Denali pipe on track, permit worries rise

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: American business economic philosophy should return to 'better to earn than receive'

Opinion - Preserve the private ballot to protect workers' rights

Technology - Security experts see new products

Transportation - Alaska Airlines to cut 1,000 workers, citing high fuel prices

Transportation - Investigation into Alaska's higher gasoline prices continues

Transportation - FAA approved new small jet despite safety concerns

Sep - 24 - 2008

Home - Palin's preferred probe requires utmost secrecy

Home - Corruption trial begins but will Stevens testify?

Sep - 25 - 2008

Home - Prosecutors: Sen. Stevens thumbed nose at public

Home - Palin tours center dedicated to Sept. 11 attacks

Home - Stevens blames contractor buddy in corruption case

Home - Palin kept donations from tainted politicians

Sep - 26 - 2008

Home - Cabin remodel detailed at Stevens corruption trial

Home - Palin to return donations from tainted politicians

Sep - 28 - 2008

Bulletinboard - AFN to honor Native veterans

Bulletinboard - Credit Union 1 builds Mountain View branch

Bulletinboard - ACS announces dividend

Bulletinboard - Two USPS units receive safety recognition

Bulletinboard - DOT to notify campaigns of sign encroachment

Bulletinboard - NANA/Colt backed MS biking fundraiser

Bulletinboard - Kaladi Brothers to use local milk

Bulletinboard - North Richardson Scenic Byway extended

Bulletinboard - Pen Air cuts flights, lays off pilots

Bulletinboard - Boeing acquires UAS company

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fall is here: Time for state's premier king crab season

Focus - Fairbanks offers Greek surprise with new restaurant

Focus - Young firm turns shipping containers into homes

Focus - The Bookworm Sez: Read this to find ideas to sway habits

Focus - Medical device sector pushing to ensure they're not targeted

Focus - Retail trade group offers weak forecast for holiday season

Healthhorizons - Medical device sector pushing to ensure they're not targeted

Home - PFD loses, regains in markets

Home - PHOTO: Sun over NAC

Home - Higher hopes on rural energy after Girdwood conference

Home - TransCanada to beat Denali in open season

Home - Cargomaster heads to museum

Home - Modest bids by six companies in BLM lease sale in NPR-A

Home - Adak's woes continue as RCA pulls city's utility certificate

Home - EU stands in for Poland at 'donut hole' treaty session

Home - New Fairbanks airport terminal shines, more to come

Home - Lull in pilot shortage gives flight school time to refocus

Home - Mat-Su borough assembly agrees on new ski area concept

Home - AFN to honor Native veterans

Home - Outside editorial: Concord Monitor comments on Palin's executive style

Home - Fall is here: Time for state's premier king crab season

Home - Young firm turns shipping containers into homes

Home - The Bookworm Sez: Read this to find ideas to sway habits

Home - Medical device sector pushing to ensure they're not targeted

Home - Chrysler charges up industry, plans electric car in 2010

Home - Judge prods state, Exxon toward Point Thomson agreement

Home - With $4 fuel, Democrats will let offshore drilling ban expire

Home - Pen Air cuts flights, lays off pilots

Home - Boeing acquires UAS company

Home - Business entrepreneurs look to Alberta gas fields for boom

Home - EU stands in for Poland at 'donut hole' treaty session

Home - NovaGold starts production at Rock Creek, sells Ambler project

Localnews - PFD loses, regains in markets

Localnews - PHOTO: Sun over NAC

Localnews - Higher hopes on rural energy after Girdwood conference

Localnews - TransCanada to beat Denali in open season

Localnews - Cargomaster heads to museum

Localnews - Modest bids by six companies in BLM lease sale in NPR-A

Localnews - Adak's woes continue as RCA pulls city's utility certificate

Localnews - NovaGold starts production at Rock Creek, sells Ambler project

Localnews - New Fairbanks airport terminal shines, more to come

Localnews - Lull in pilot shortage gives flight school time to refocus

Localnews - Mat-Su borough assembly agrees on new ski area concept

Localnews - Unemployment inches up in August

Localnews - Business entrepreneurs look to Alberta gas fields for boom

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - NovaGold starts production at Rock Creek, sells Ambler project

Oilgas - PFD loses, regains in markets

Oilgas - Higher hopes on rural energy after Girdwood conference

Oilgas - TransCanada to beat Denali in open season

Oilgas - Judge prods state, Exxon toward Point Thomson agreement

Oilgas - With $4 fuel, Democrats will let offshore drilling ban expire

Opinion - Outside editorial: Concord Monitor comments on Palin's executive style

Transportation - PHOTO: Cargomaster heads to museum

Transportation - New Fairbanks airport terminal shines, more to come

Transportation - Lull in pilot shortage gives flight school time to refocus

Transportation - Chrysler charges up industry, plans electric car in 2010

Sep - 29 - 2008

Home - Shocking defeat for econ bailout; record stock dip

Home - Palin still excites GOP but her luster dims a bit

Home - Dispute over witness disrupts Stevens trial

Sep - 30 - 2008

Home - Friend crosses Sen. Stevens in gift-giving trial

Home - Palin: Pakistan comment response to 'gotcha' query

Home - Bailout vote scares money managers

Oct - 01 - 2008

Home - Contractor: Senator's request for bill just a ruse

Home - Palin doesn't specify where she gets her news

Oct - 02 - 2008

Home - Opinion: Punitive tax increases amid current crisis would hurt economy

Oct - 05 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Federal unemployment extended benefits to end

Bulletinboard - SBA seeks nominations

Bulletinboard - Alaska Native organizations reference guide available

Bulletinboard - Regents boost tuition, review UA budget for 2010-11

Bulletinboard - Senators cosponsor legislation to protect West Coast salmon runs

Bulletinboard - Industrial Nanotech expands into Alaska

Bulletinboard - Prudential employee wins grants award

Bulletinboard - Raven's Way helps youth conquer substance abuse

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Two more communities to vote to form development associations

Focus - Fighting panic is often toughest job in a downturn

Focus - Farmers bet 'green' eatery will catch on

Focus - FDIC insures living trusts for $100,000-plus

Focus - India says it's open for $80 billion in nuclear business

Focus - Dollar stores still help shoppers stretch for good deals

Focus - Impact: Nuclear waste is piling up at nation's hospitals

Home - Lease sale for NPR-A lots attracts moderate interest

Home - Doyon continues to review oil, gas prospects on its lands

Home - Oil sinks below $100 mark on weak demand, dollar gain

Home - New technology aims to draw heavy oil from rocks

Home - Russian companies have moved beyond 'high-risk' title

Home - Fackrell offers more details on Denali pipeline project

Home - Gasline fieldwork slows, planning continues for winter

Home - Consultant helps with royalty talks in state, Flint Hills feud

Home - Chances remote for more drilling off California coast

Home - Business improves at remote lodge despite fuel prices

Home - Taste of Mardi Gras wrangles donations for Red Cross, ATIA

Home - PHOTO: Building Kotzebue

Home - Laborers union builds ad campaign to recruit new members

Home - Palin still excites GOP base, but her luster is dimming

Home - SBA 8(a) contracts for Alaska Native firms still protected

Home - Nizich reigns over three decades in the governor's office

Home - 2008 Alaska salmon harvest results in mixed returns

Home - Valley potatoes used to brew Alaska Permafrost vodka

Home - Union voices concern on Monegan firing, public safety issues

Home - Drill, baby, drill. At least for votes during election

Home - State faces an inconvenient truth . . . in education system

Home - Researchers' goal: to put more king crab in every fishermens' pot

Home - Fighting panic is often toughest job in a downturn

Home - Two more communities to vote to form development associations

Home - India says it's open for $80 billion in nuclear business

Home - Impact: Nuclear waste is piling up at nation's hospitals

Localnews - Taste of Mardi Gras wrangles donations for Red Cross, ATIA

Localnews - PHOTO: Building Kotzebue

Localnews - Laborers union builds ad campaign to recruit new members

Localnews - Palin still excites GOP base, but her luster is dimming

Localnews - SBA 8(a) contracts for Alaska Native firms still protected

Localnews - Nizich reigns over three decades in the governor's office

Localnews - 2008 Alaska salmon harvest results in mixed returns

Localnews - Federal council to take final action on halibut catch issues

Localnews - NOAA report forecasts a looming shortage of marine scientists

Localnews - Federal report says Inlet beluga numbers holding steady

Localnews - Bering Sea red king crab quotas hold steady, other species down

Localnews - Valley potatoes used to brew Alaska Permafrost vodka

Localnews - Union voices concern on Monegan firing, public safety issues

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Lease sale for NPR-A lots attracts moderate interest

Oilgas - Doyon continues to review oil, gas prospects on its lands

Oilgas - Russian companies take charge as Sakhalin work proceeds

Oilgas - Oil sinks below $100 mark on weak demand, dollar gain

Oilgas - New technology aims to draw heavy oil from rocks

Oilgas - Russian companies have moved beyond 'high-risk' title

Oilgas - Fackrell offers more details on Denali pipeline project

Oilgas - Gasline fieldwork slows, planning continues for winter

Oilgas - Consultant helps with royalty talks in state, Flint Hills feud

Oilgas - Chances remote for more drilling off California coast

Oilgas - Business improves at remote lodge despite fuel prices

Opinion - Drill, baby, drill. At least for votes during election

Opinion - State faces an inconvenient truth . . . in education system

Opinion - Researchers' goal: to put more king crab in every fishermens' pot

Oct - 09 - 2008

Home - Prosecution to call extra witness at Stevens trial

Oct - 12 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Juneau Chamber is 2008 Chamber of the Year

Bulletinboard - ACS hits milestone in cable project

Bulletinboard - Cook Inlet Housing Authority's latest development opens

Bulletinboard - NFIB honors Stevens, Murkowski

Bulletinboard - Scholarship honors conservation leader

Bulletinboard - Organizations eligible for PFD contributions listed

Bulletinboard - HUD allocates millions to Northwest states

Bulletinboard - FISH ALASKA Mag. announces recipe contest winner

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fishers ready for crab fisheries, Japan expected to be strong market

Focus - #1 place to work in Alaska: Edward Jones

Focus - #2 Meridian Management: Small-firm ideals gain pride

Focus - #3 Coffman Engineers: Culture of 'work hard, play hard'

Focus - #4 CIRI Alaska Tourism: Pride in land, Native culture

Focus - #5 TelAlaska: Employees make telecom group a success

Focus - #6 PCL Construction: Employees have real stake in group

Focus - #7 Alaska USA: Staff is credit union's greatest asset

Focus - #8 HDL: Hard work, camaraderie builds strong group

Focus - #9 Residential Mortgage: Home of the flexible workplace

Focus - #10 Fairbanks Memorial: Quality of care not just for patients

Focus - Showgoers viewing fare on screen, not stage

Focus - The Bookworm Sez: What I want to be when I grow up

Focus - 5 Questions for job outlook expert John Challenger

Focus - St. Louis homeless center opens business incubator

Healthhorizons - Warning: No turtles, chicks or exotic pets for youngsters

Healthhorizons - Get moving: Guidelines set healthy activity levels

Home - Oil industry leaders offer update on Sakhalin work

Home - Energy Department warns of higher heating costs

Home - Mining company begins pouring gold at Nome's Rock Creek

Home - North Pacific council approves new plan for halibut harvest quotas

Home - State housing groups says it will get tough on risky lenders

Home - PHOTO: Women's classic winner

Home - Man carves out customized gift shop, restaurant

Home - Alaska aircraft parts manufacturer loses main investor

Home - Debate continues on federal union card legislation

Home - PHOTO:Barking for Obama

Home - #1 place to work in Alaska: Edward Jones

Home - #2 Meridian Management: Small-firm ideals gain pride

Home - #3 Coffman Engineers: Culture of 'work hard, play hard'

Home - #4 CIRI Alaska Tourism: Pride in land, Native culture

Home - #5 TelAlaska: Employees make telecom group a success

Home - #6 PCL Construction: Employees have real stake in group

Home - #7 Alaska USA: Staff is credit union's greatest asset

Home - #8 HDL: Hard work, camaraderie builds strong group

Home - #9 Residential Mortgage: Home of the flexible workplace

Home - #10 Fairbanks Memorial: Quality of care not just for patients

Home - IT Expo sees record attendance, displays cool new gadgets

Home - Ford feature will let parents set limits for teens

Home - Showgoers viewing fare on screen, not stage

Home - The Bookworm Sez: What I want to be when I grow up

Home - 5 Questions for job outlook expert John Challenger

Home - St. Louis homeless center opens business incubator

Home - FISH ALASKA Mag. announces recipe contest winner

Home - Fishers ready for crab fisheries, Japan expected to be strong market

Home - It's time for our governor to answer some questions

Home - Congress boosts FDIC and NCUA deposit insurance to $250,000

Localnews - IT Expo sees record attendance, displays cool new gadgets

Localnews - State housing groups says it will get tough on risky lenders

Localnews - PHOTO: Women's classic winner

Localnews - Man carves out customized gift shop, restaurant

Localnews - Alaska aircraft parts manufacturer loses main investor

Localnews - Debate continues on federal union card legislation

Localnews - PHOTO:Barking for Obama

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Oil industry leaders offer update on Sakhalin work

Oilgas - Energy Department warns of higher heating costs

Oilgas - Mining company begins pouring gold at Nome's Rock Creek

Oilgas - North Pacific council approves new plan for halibut harvest quotas

Opinion - It's time for our governor to answer some questions

Opinion - Congress boosts FDIC and NCUA deposit insurance to $250,000

Technology - IT Expo sees record attendance, displays cool new gadgets

Technology - Ford feature will let parents set limits for teens

Oct - 16 - 2008

Home - State, Exxon working on settlement over Point Thomson

Oct - 17 - 2008

Home - NOAA lists Cook Inlet beluga whales as endangered

Oct - 19 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Movers & Shakers

Bulletinboard - Solid Waste unveils recycling program

Bulletinboard - GCI ConnectMD partners with Inland Northwest

Bulletinboard - NANA announces 2008 dividend

Bulletinboard - U-Med pledges to be city's first 'green district'

Bulletinboard - Alaska Business Plan competition seeks entries

Bulletinboard - Uncle Joe's Pizzeria celebrates its 15th Year

Bulletinboard - Tyonek sees possibilities in inlet ferry service

Bulletinboard - DOWL, HKM merge, opens Tempe office

Bulletinboard - NAC resumes Fairbanks flights

Bulletinboard - HDTV announces travel partner

Bulletinboard - Dinner Factory becomes pick-up location for Full Circle Farm

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Exxon spill awards could be held up in court for several weeks

Fisheries - Group puts Pacific sockeye on endangered list

Focus - Restaurants may change menus, hike prices in 2009

Focus - Missouri research reactor eyes global isotope market

Focus - More adult children support their cash-strapped parents

Home - Alaska Native veterans to be honored at AFN

Home - Alaska's economy remains stable, but not unaffected, by US turmoil

Home - Target brings community benefits to Anchorage, Wasilla

Home - PHOTO: March of Dimes

Home - It takes a family to operate this historic highway lodge

Home - Doyon Ltd. has stakes in most of Alaska's key industries

Home - Cargo carriers question potential landing fee increases

Home - Northern Air's last DC-6 retires after 40 years of service

Home - Ballot measure seeks funding for $315M in transportation projects

Home - Fishing groups generate $170M in revenues in 2007

Home - Hoonah builds tourism hotspot, avoids tourist trap

Home - Nissan suit simulates older drivers' difficulties

Home - PHOTO: Powell gets his groove on

Home - Permit process hinders good mining development

Home - On the ballot: Bonds will help address Alaska's transportation needs

Home - Exxon spill awards could be held up in court for several weeks

Home - GCI ConnectMD partners with Inland Northwest

Home - NANA announces 2008 dividend

Home - Tyonek sees possibilities in inlet ferry service

Home - The $200 oil prophecy? That's so 2008

Home - Oil & Gas briefs

Home - Pebble mine construction now estimated at $6 billion

Home - Restaurants may change menus, hike prices in 2009

Home - Missouri research reactor eyes global isotope market

Home - Group puts Pacific sockeye on endangered list

Home - More adult children support their cash-strapped parents

Localnews - Alaska Native veterans to be honored at AFN

Localnews - Alaska's economy remains stable, but not unaffected, by US turmoil

Localnews - Target brings community benefits to Anchorage, Wasilla

Localnews - PHOTO: March of Dimes

Localnews - It takes a family to operate this historic highway lodge

Localnews - Doyon Ltd. has stakes in most of Alaska's key industries

Localnews - Cargo carriers question potential landing fee increases

Localnews - Northern Air's last DC-6 retires after 40 years of service

Localnews - Ballot measure seeks funding for $315M in transportation projects

Localnews - Fishing groups generate $170M in revenues in 2007

Localnews - Hoonah builds tourism hotspot, avoids tourist trap

Localnews - PHOTO: Salute to a warrior

Oilgas - The $200 oil prophecy? That's so 2008

Oilgas - Oil & Gas briefs

Oilgas - Pebble mine construction now estimated at $6 billion

Opinion - Permit process hinders good mining development

Opinion - On the ballot: Bonds will help address Alaska's transportation needs

Transportation - Nissan suit simulates older drivers' difficulties

Transportation - PHOTO: Powell gets his groove on

Transportation - Northern Air's last DC-6 retires after 40 years of service

Transportation - Cargo carriers question potential landing fee increases

Transportation - Ballot measure seeks funding for $315M in transportation projects

Oct - 26 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Anchorage pays fine for hazardous waste violations

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su College offers HVAC training

Bulletinboard - Universities receive grant from Ford Foundation

Bulletinboard - Doctors get funds to adopt patient technology

Bulletinboard - Adak phone customers to see rate reduction, refunds

Bulletinboard - SBA offers online resource for Baby Boomers

Bulletinboard - New People Mover buses rolling on Anchorage streets

Bulletinboard - Shell to work to curb tobacco sales to minors

Bulletinboard - DOT development creates winter fish habitat

Bulletinboard - State selects company to manage Medicaid claims

Bulletinboard - Coastal assistance program approved

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fisheries - UFA calls for fisheries protections in North Aleutian Basin

Fishfactor - Research indicates that oyster fats fight breast cancer

Focus - Grocery bill still high? Customers blame 'sticky' prices

Focus - La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant is a good find for Palmer

Focus - Boomer deaths could fuel funeral sector

Focus - Furniture for children becomes a sales bright spot

Focus - Studies show safety a problem for new-generation drugs

Home - PHOTO: Presidential candidates go head to head

Home - State budgets OK, despite slide in oil prices

Home - US House, Senate candidates spar over resource issues

Home - PHOTO: Bison feeders

Home - AadlandFlint makes it official: they're here to promote energy

Home - Business is booming at Alaska thrift stores

Home - PHOTO: Leadership conference

Home - The Bookworm Sez: 'Click' links to TMI

Home - DOT holds public meetings on rural airport lease increases

Home - Reader scouts out mystery of 'Aleut Pete,' other vets

Home - Lakeshore Resort stays busy despite decline in tourists

Home - Pollock stocks low, should rise by 2009

Home - State, Exxon working on settlement over Point Thomson

Home - Russian electric producers to ask for billions of dollars from government

Home - Minge to take over BP's Alaska operations

Home - Canada: Big oil prospect in New Zealand

Home - UFA calls for fisheries protections in North Aleutian Basin

Home - Research indicates that oyster fats fight breast cancer

Home - New People Mover buses rolling on Anchorage streets

Home - Coastal assistance program approved

Home - Grocery bill still high? Customers blame 'sticky' prices

Home - La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant is a good find for Palmer

Home - Boomer deaths could fuel funeral sector

Home - Furniture for children becomes a sales bright spot

Home - Studies show safety a problem for new-generation drugs

Home - Congress should approve deal for King Cove land swap

Home - Analysis: National economy has lacked a trusted leader

Localnews - PHOTO: Presidential candidates go head to head

Localnews - State budgets OK, despite slide in oil prices

Localnews - US House, Senate candidates spar over resource issues

Localnews - PHOTO: Bison feeders

Localnews - AadlandFlint makes it official: they're here to promote energy

Localnews - Business is booming at Alaska thrift stores

Localnews - PHOTO: Leadership conference

Localnews - The Bookworm Sez: 'Click' links to TMI

Localnews - DOT holds public meetings on rural airport lease increases

Localnews - Reader scouts out mystery of 'Aleut Pete,' other vets

Localnews - Lakeshore Resort stays busy despite decline in tourists

Localnews - Pollock stocks low, should rise by 2009

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - State, Exxon working on settlement over Point Thomson

Oilgas - Russian electric producers to ask for billions of dollars from government

Oilgas - Minge to take over BP's Alaska operations

Oilgas - Canada: Big oil prospect in New Zealand

Opinion - Congress should approve deal for King Cove land swap

Opinion - Analysis: National economy has lacked a trusted leader

Oct - 27 - 2008

Home - Ted Stevens found guilty in corruption case

Home - Stevens faces no automatic Senate punishment

Oct - 28 - 2008

Home - Palin says Sen. Ted Stevens should resign

Home - Stevens faces long odds in Senate race

Oct - 30 - 2008

Home - Denali pipeline leases Anchorage office space

Nov - 02 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Alaska receives national youth suicide prevention grant

Bulletinboard - USKH ranked 19th Best Firm to Work for in U.S.

Bulletinboard - Social Security announces benefit increase for 2009

Bulletinboard - Pay by space parking meters in Downtown

Bulletinboard - SEARHC seeks logo for health education center

Bulletinboard - OSHA, oil and gas companies sign safety alliance

Bulletinboard - Compass Divorce Center opens

Bulletinboard - NAC creates memorial scholarship

Bulletinboard - Library, archives temporarily closed

Bulletinboard - Anchorage spotlighted for weathering economic crisis

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Beach cleanup efforts reach million-pound milestone

Focus - Investors look for 'small' recovery to lead market

Focus - Grocery stores are shrinking

Focus - Contradiction in living faith, living will?

Home - State attorney: Legal price-gouging going on

Home - Pet care business not heeling to economic woes

Home - Local computer cleaning service looks to go worldwide

Home - Neeser Construction named to build $220M prison in Mat-Su

Home - Analysis: A rundown of the State House and Senate races

Home - PHOTO: Slipper shoppers

Home - Fall rains stop heap leach construction at Fort Knox

Home - Millrock drills two Seward Peninsula gold prospects in 2008

Home - State energy czar to roll out new energy plan Dec. 1

Home - Border community and motor inn quiet this summer

Home - Nation's college prices rise again, even as economy falters

Home - Despite energy turmoil, gas pipe work proceeds

Home - Ten groups pay $9 million for on/offshore lease sale on North Slope

Home - IPods for all, and other ways to spend Iraq war's $1T

Home - AJOC Editorial: Alaskans must learn to live without Uncle Ted's pull

Home - Alaskans know little about the real process of mining

Home - Beach cleanup efforts reach million-pound milestone

Home - USKH ranked 19th Best Firm to Work for in U.S.

Home - SEARHC seeks logo for health education center

Home - Investors look for 'small' recovery to lead market

Home - Grocery stores are shrinking

Home - Contradiction in living faith, living will?

Localnews - State attorney: Legal price-gouging going on

Localnews - Pet care business not heeling to economic woes

Localnews - Local computer cleaning service looks to go worldwide

Localnews - Neeser Construction named to build $220M prison in Mat-Su

Localnews - Analysis: A rundown of the State House and Senate races

Localnews - PHOTO: Slipper shoppers

Localnews - Fall rains stop heap leach construction at Fort Knox

Localnews - Millrock drills two Seward Peninsula gold prospects in 2008

Localnews - Many Alaska Native veterans dissatisfied with VA services

Localnews - State energy czar to roll out new energy plan Dec. 1

Localnews - Border community and motor inn quiet this summer

Localnews - Nation's college prices rise again, even as economy falters

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Despite energy turmoil, gas pipe work proceeds

Oilgas - Ten groups pay $9 million for on/offshore lease sale on North Slope

Oilgas - State attorney: Legal price-gouging going on

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: Alaskans must learn to live without Uncle Ted's pull

Opinion - Alaskans know little about the real process of mining

Technology - IPods for all, and other ways to spend Iraq war's $1T

Nov - 04 - 2008

Home - Palin's doctor says she is in 'excellent health'

Home - State lawmakers will organize in wake of election

Home - Young, Berkowtiz battle for House

Home - Palin says she hopes and prays for an election win

Home - History and high anxiety as Campaign '08 closes

Nov - 05 - 2008

Home - Obama's rise a compelling story

Home - Palin loses, Alaska weighs Stevens future

Nov - 09 - 2008

Bulletinboard - UA Regents endorses budget

Bulletinboard - Learning foundation launches Alaska Native teacher program

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su Health Foundation announces grant awards

Bulletinboard - Chair for Native engineering program permanently endowed

Bulletinboard - AEDC receives honors for its quarterly newsletter

Bulletinboard - Military reservist capital loan program expanded

Bulletinboard - Alaska developer fined for Clean Water Act violations

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Oiled Alaskans may get greased in Sea Hawk appeal

Focus - Author Katz writes of dogs, death, healing

Focus - Microsoft's Ozzie unveils 'cloud computing' play

Home - Decision 2008 rings in the new and the familiar

Home - Village of Tyonek seeks to build energy, industrial town

Home - PHOTO: Teaching a bear to fish

Home - Construction work continues into winter in Fairbanks

Home - Wasilla residents react somberly to McCain-Palin loss

Home - PHOTO: Birch Water

Home - Government to lease lands for geothermal energy projects

Home - Junior exploration companies struggle through tough times

Home - Resource Development Council to meet Nov. 19-20

Home - RDC's Mission Statement

Home - Alaskan-owned financial consultants reorganize, expand

Home - Matanuska Creamery now producing milk, other goods

Home - Transportation summit builds talks with rural Alaskans

Home - Pipeline related activity, not tourists, keeps Tok bustling

Home - AJOC Editorial: National story on AGIA process was right on

Home - King Career Center was a life-changing place for reader

Home - Labor unions attacking a basic American freedom

Home - BP pipe rupture caused by external corrosion

Home - Alaska North Slope production is on the rise

Home - Promises, promises: Chasing the elusive pledge on energy

Home - PHOTO: Steel at the Holiday Inn

Home - Unmanned aircraft to determine seal count

Home - Author Katz writes of dogs, death, healing

Home - Microsoft's Ozzie unveils 'cloud computing' play

Home - Oiled Alaskans may get greased in Sea Hawk appeal

Home - Weak economy means some firms can't use tax break

Home - Coal v. wind: Energy fight rages in West Virginia mountains

Localnews - Decision 2008 rings in the new and the familiar

Localnews - Village of Tyonek seeks to build energy, industrial town

Localnews - PHOTO: Teaching a bear to fish

Localnews - Construction work continues into winter in Fairbanks

Localnews - Unalaska fishermen to tour offshore platforms in Gulf

Localnews - Wasilla residents react somberly to McCain-Palin loss

Localnews - PHOTO: Birch Water

Localnews - Decision 2008

Localnews - The Bookworm Sez: 'Buyology” is money well spent

Localnews - New owners explore underground resource at Niblack

Localnews - Government to lease lands for geothermal energy projects

Localnews - Mine owner discovers more gold at Livengood prospect

Localnews - Junior exploration companies struggle through tough times

Localnews - Resource Development Council to meet Nov. 19-20

Localnews - Meet RDC's officers, executive board members

Localnews - RDC's Mission Statement

Localnews - State OKs Enstar gas contracts, with some conditions

Localnews - State takes over EPA program

Localnews - Alaskan-owned financial consultants reorganize, expand

Localnews - Refugees and immigrants fill gap in Alaska workforce

Localnews - Matanuska Creamery now producing milk, other goods

Localnews - Transportation summit builds talks with rural Alaskans

Localnews - Pipeline related activity, not tourists, keeps Tok bustling

Localnews - Hearts of Courage' details 1943 crash

Localnews - PHOTO: Steel at the Holiday Inn

Localnews - Unmanned aircraft to determine seal count

Localnews - Weak economy means some firms can't use tax break

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - BP pipe rupture caused by external corrosion

Oilgas - Alaska North Slope production is on the rise

Oilgas - Promises, promises: Chasing the elusive pledge on energy

Oilgas - Coal v. wind: Energy fight rages in West Virginia mountains

Opinion - AJOC Editorial: National story on AGIA process was right on

Opinion - King Career Center was a life-changing place for reader

Opinion - Labor unions attacking a basic American freedom

Nov - 13 - 2008

Home - Denali files application

Home - Democrat Begich takes lead in AK Senate race

Nov - 16 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Campaign to boost investment in Anchorage arts

Bulletinboard - ACS acquires Crest Communications

Bulletinboard - NIH gives UAF grant for biomedical outreach efforts

Bulletinboard - First National declares fourth quarter dividend

Bulletinboard - Public/private partnership curbs domestic violence

Bulletinboard - Northern Air Maintenance expands to more aircraft

Bulletinboard - UA Regents to begin new program investments

Bulletinboard - Anchorage installs LED street lights

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su College selected for student HVAC training support

Bulletinboard - Island Tug brings double hulled barges online

Bulletinboard - Community Foundation funds projects in Alaska

Bulletinboard - Unemployment insurance tax rates drop for 2009

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Coastal - Higher fuel prices suck money out of coastal economies

Coastal - Balsiger to deliver keynote address at 2008 Pacific Marine Expo

Coastal - Census of the ocean finding new wonders for researchers

Coastal - New England town struggles to preserve fishing industry

Coastal - Bristol Bay salmon fishermen stymied by compressed runs

Coastal - Bering Sea red king crab in steady demand, with prices high

Coastal - PHOTO:Cleaning up beached squid

Coastal - Tiger Aspect looking for the next fishy television star

Coastal - National fisheries briefs

Coastal - Kodiak bandies ideas on cruise tourism v. community

Fishfactor - Tiger Aspect looking for the next fishy television star

Focus - Study: Exercise no magic cure for heart failure patients

Focus - Location, location, location - and broadband

Focus - With prices down, Pickens cuts back on renewable energy plans

Focus - Researchers push butanol as the new biofuel answer

Home - Higher fuel prices suck money out of coastal economies

Home - Balsiger to deliver keynote address at 2008 Pacific Marine Expo

Home - Census of the ocean finding new wonders for researchers

Home - New England town struggles to preserve fishing industry

Home - Bering Sea red king crab in steady demand, with prices high

Home - Alaska's mineral industry now worth record $4 billion

Home - 100 renewable energy projects head for final review

Home - PHOTO:Cleaning up beached squid

Home - National fisheries briefs

Home - Kodiak bandies ideas on cruise tourism v. community

Home - Democrats, Republicans must summon up bipartisanship

Home - Analysis: Obama changes could test Castros' grip on Cuba

Home - Plan for Cook Inlet beluga whale protection due by December

Home - Big jack-up rig may be heading to Cook Inlet

Home - Apprehension, caution among Alaska miners at meeting

Home - Tiger Aspect looking for the next fishy television star

Home - Jet breaks distance record after jettisoning Palin, entourage

Home - Government offers little help for stuck air passengers

Home - Seward Highway, Dowling Road to be subject of future construction

Home - Study: Exercise no magic cure for heart failure patients

Home - Location, location, location - and broadband

Home - Online phone directory hopes to nab print biz

Home - With prices down, Pickens cuts back on renewable energy plans

Home - Researchers push butanol as the new biofuel answer

Home - Google's vast growth makes privacy advocates wary

Localnews - Higher fuel prices suck money out of coastal economies

Localnews - Balsiger to deliver keynote address at 2008 Pacific Marine Expo

Localnews - Census of the ocean finding new wonders for researchers

Localnews - New England town struggles to preserve fishing industry

Localnews - Bristol Bay salmon fishermen stymied by compressed runs

Localnews - Bering Sea red king crab in steady demand, with prices high

Localnews - Firm buys Minto silver

Localnews - Retirement? Alaskans spend their golden years working

Localnews - Alaska's mineral industry now worth record $4 billion

Localnews - 100 renewable energy projects head for final review

Localnews - Country Club' offers options for developmentally disabled

Localnews - PHOTO:Cleaning up beached squid

Localnews - National fisheries briefs

Localnews - Kodiak bandies ideas on cruise tourism v. community

Localnews - VP bid done, Gov. Palin returns to focus on state business

Localnews - Government offers little help for stuck air passengers

Localnews - Seward Highway, Dowling Road to be subject of future construction

Localnews - PHOTO: Medevac honors

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Plan for Cook Inlet beluga whale protection due by December

Oilgas - Big jack-up rig may be heading to Cook Inlet

Oilgas - Apprehension, caution among Alaska miners at meeting

Opinion - Democrats, Republicans must summon up bipartisanship

Opinion - Analysis: Obama changes could test Castros' grip on Cuba

Technology - Online phone directory hopes to nab print biz

Technology - Google's vast growth makes privacy advocates wary

Technology - DOE supercomputer sets high bar for science machines

Transportation - Jet breaks distance record after jettisoning Palin, entourage

Transportation - Kodiak bandies ideas on cruise tourism v. community

Transportation - Government offers little help for stuck air passengers

Transportation - Seward Highway, Dowling Road to be subject of future construction

Nov - 18 - 2008

Home - Stevens falls further behind in Alaska Senate race

Nov - 19 - 2008

Home - Anchorage mayor takes restrained route to Senate

Home - Alaska Sen. Stevens' defeat marks end of an era

Home - Stevens concedes in Senate race

Nov - 20 - 2008

Home - State DNR must explain permit denial on Point Thomson development

Home - Ninth Circcuit Appeals Court rules against Shell’s Beaufort Sea drilling plan

Nov - 23 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Cruise lines commended for safe season

Bulletinboard - Seattle has best cruise season ever

Bulletinboard - Wells Fargo named Alaska SBA lender of the year

Bulletinboard - Alaska Pacific named Alaska SBA community-based lender

Bulletinboard - SNAP offers interactive climate change maps

Bulletinboard - Aleut Global wins $18M contract

Bulletinboard - Alaskans receive USA fellowships

Bulletinboard - Integrated Realty reorganizes

Bulletinboard - NANA company opens new firm

Bulletinboard - Stoel Rives opens Alaska office

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Focus - PHOTO: Heading for a sauna

Focus - Home-style brunches found at Johann's Restaurant

Focus - Trek introduces chainless bicycles

Focus - The Bookworm Sez: How moms come back to work

Home - Revitalizing Mountain View

Home - Economists: Don't worry, but be wary

Home - Stevens defeat, Begich win marks new era for Alaska

Home - 2009 Bristol Bay harvest forecast predicts a drop of nearly 4 million sockeye

Home - PHOTO: Logistics training

Home - PHOTO: Honoring the fallen

Home - Home-style brunches found at Johann's Restaurant

Home - Some cold realities await Palin now that she's back home

Home - California to model fisheries plan after Alaska

Home - Opinion: Palin saboteurs want to kill her career now

Home - Frontier residents dreams of gold clash with fish habitat

Home - Bush trys to stem holiday flight delays

Home - State denies permit for Point Thomson ice road

Home - Russian oilmen unhappy with lower prices

Home - Trek introduces chainless bicycles

Localnews - Revitalizing Mountain View

Localnews - Economists: Don't worry, but be wary

Localnews - Stevens defeat, Begich win marks new era for Alaska

Localnews - 2009 Bristol Bay harvest forecast predicts a drop of nearly 4 million sockeye

Localnews - PHOTO: Logistics training

Localnews - PHOTO: Honoring the fallen

Localnews - Fairbanks man receives first state ADS-B loan

Localnews - PHOTO: Snow job

Localnews - Home-style brunches found at Johann's Restaurant

Localnews - Day of RDC and ... SNL?

Localnews - Some cold realities await Palin now that she's back home

Localnews - Sijixinghai offers showcase for Beijing's seafood market

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - State denies permit for Point Thomson ice road

Oilgas - Russian oilmen unhappy with lower prices

Opinion - California to model fisheries plan after Alaska

Opinion - Opinion: Palin saboteurs want to kill her career now

Nov - 30 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Local firm noted in Chambers ratings

Bulletinboard - Pregnancy resource center is at new location

Bulletinboard - Labor Department resolves lawsuit on overtime wages

Bulletinboard - UAF joins software consortium

Bulletinboard - SEARHC renames Angoon clinic

Bulletinboard - Anchorage issues $89 million in bonds for capital projects

Bulletinboard - Nursing fellowship accepting applications

Bulletinboard - Alaska conservation leader participates in climate summit

Bulletinboard - Alaska Pacific posts 3Q results

Bulletinboard - IRS: 2009 VITA recipient is Alaska Business Development Center

Bulletinboard - Sealaska announces fall distribution of dividends

Bulletinboard - Adventure Canada itineraries announced for Arctic

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su Borough School District wins grant for Champions at Work

Bulletinboard - Medicare prescription drug plan enrollment window open

Bulletinboard - Geneva Woods pharmacy opens new store in Anchorage

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Focus - In a tough, tight economy, a downsized homecoming dance

Focus - Research ship finds underwater volcano

Focus - What really happened in mortgage market

Focus - No sweat: Obamas work fitness into daily routine

Focus - End-of-year tax planning takes election year twist

Home - Belts tighten on Alaska's North Slope

Home - QAP moves Port of Anchorage ahead on expansion project

Home - Illegal seafood sales are now epidemic

Home - Bristol Bay sockeyes will be stocked in Wal-Mart stores

Home - NOAA fisheries exec upbeat about Obama administration

Home - Property owners await Enstar answer on natural gas

Home - TDX gets approval to supply Adak with power on temporary basis

Home - Seattle group fined nearly $450,000 for fisheries violations

Home - NATCA voices criticism of FAA plan to move engineers

Home - PHOTO: Thanksgiving helpers

Home - UAA Confucius Institute promotes Chinese culture

Home - Local firm noted in Chambers ratings

Home - Sealaska announces fall distribution of dividends

Home - A sampling of opinions on the economic bailouts

Home - Spotlight on Palin exposes public records problems

Home - Senator visits Iceland to learn of geothermal energy techniques

Home - Shell decision faults MMS for hasty decision

Home - Gift Guide: Smart phones offer work and play options

Home - Research ship finds underwater volcano

Home - What really happened in mortgage market

Home - No sweat: Obamas work fitness into daily routine

Home - End-of-year tax planning takes election year twist

Localnews - Belts tighten on Alaska's North Slope

Localnews - QAP moves Port of Anchorage ahead on expansion project

Localnews - Illegal seafood sales are now epidemic

Localnews - Bristol Bay sockeyes will be stocked in Wal-Mart stores

Localnews - NOAA fisheries exec upbeat about Obama administration

Localnews - Property owners await Enstar answer on natural gas

Localnews - TDX gets approval to supply Adak with power on temporary basis

Localnews - Seattle group fined nearly $450,000 for fisheries violations

Localnews - NATCA voices criticism of FAA plan to move engineers

Localnews - PHOTO: Thanksgiving helpers

Localnews - UAA Confucius Institute promotes Chinese culture

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Shell decision faults MMS for hasty decision

Opinion - A sampling of opinions on the economic bailouts

Opinion - Spotlight on Palin exposes public records problems

Opinion - Senator visits Iceland to learn of geothermal energy techniques

Technology - Gift Guide: Smart phones offer work and play options

Transportation - QAP moves Port of Anchorage ahead on expansion project

Transportation - NATCA voices criticism of FAA plan to move engineers

Dec - 07 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Corps of Engineers opens Wasilla office

Bulletinboard - ACS launches cell phone recycling program

Bulletinboard - ACS opens new store in Homer

Bulletinboard - Fur Rondy ranked No. 1 winter festival

Bulletinboard - AWIB accepting nominations for educators awards

Bulletinboard - DOT launches Western Alaska Access site

Bulletinboard - First National shareholders OK stock repurchase program

Bulletinboard - Record number of troops enters police academy

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su medic is EMS Provider of the year

Bulletinboard - Klawock clinic offers EKGs

Bulletinboard - Doyon firm opens offices in Wisconsin

Bulletinboard - Girdwood fitness firm produces yoga DVD

Calendar - Upcoming

Fishfactor - Fish supply spawns lower catches, but holds on to world market

Focus - Investors can use short-term plays to help returns

Focus - More call center work done at home

Healthhorizons - Insurers embrace parts of Obama health plan

Home - Gas shut-off averted for 291 property owners

Home - Palin to sign state gas pipeline license, giving $500M to TransCanada

Home - Carlile moves to go green with truck fleet

Home - POSTER: Clearing the Way

Home - Sweet Dutch Harbor deal corrodes into a pile of junk

Home - Alaska airport system seeks executive director

Home - Great Alaska savings

Home - Alaska still top fishing state, but crab jobs drop dramatically

Home - AGC honors top projects

Home - Construction Academy takes national award

Home - Walgreens to open three stores in Southcentral Alaska

Home - Halibut industry braces for more limits on their catch

Home - Fur Rondy ranked No. 1 winter festival

Home - Taxpayers shouldn't have to bankroll automakers' folly

Home - Analysis: Strings attached to automotive bailout bills

Home - BP Exploration to spend $1 billion in Alaska in '09

Home - Fish supply spawns lower catches, but holds on to world market

Home - Investors can use short-term plays to help returns

Home - Anglo American reiterates commitment to transparency

Home - Insurers embrace parts of Obama health plan

Localnews - Gas shut-off averted for 291 property owners

Localnews - Palin to sign state gas pipeline license, giving $500M to TransCanada

Localnews - Carlile moves to go green with truck fleet

Localnews - POSTER: Clearing the Way

Localnews - Sweet Dutch Harbor deal corrodes into a pile of junk

Localnews - Alaska airport system seeks executive director

Localnews - Great Alaska savings

Localnews - BP Exploration to spend $1 billion in Alaska in '09

Localnews - Alaska still top fishing state, but crab jobs drop dramatically

Localnews - AGC honors top projects

Localnews - Construction Academy takes national award

Localnews - Walgreens to open three stores in Southcentral Alaska

Localnews - Halibut industry braces for more limits on their catch

Localnews - Anglo American reiterates commitment to transparency

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Palin to sign state gas pipeline license, giving $500M to TransCanada

Oilgas - BP Exploration to spend $1 billion in Alaska in '09

Opinion - Taxpayers shouldn't have to bankroll automakers' folly

Opinion - Analysis: Strings attached to automotive bailout bills

Dec - 14 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Permanent Fund Corp. taps HarborVest as equity manager

Bulletinboard - Marine Highway System launches revamped Web site

Bulletinboard - Girdwood residents enjoying new library, community center

Bulletinboard - Prison farm harvests top 1M pounds

Bulletinboard - SEARHC programs earn accreditation

Bulletinboard - IRS issues 2009 optional standard mileage rates

Bulletinboard - Alaska USA Mortgage honored for housing program

Bulletinboard - Foundation awards $1M in grants, initiatives

Bulletinboard - UAF artist featured in New York gallery

Bulletinboard - UAF instructors, students participate in meeting

Bulletinboard - Fundraiser honored by state association

Bulletinboard - Trail renamed to honor university supporters

Bulletinboard - Nenana receives NOAA weather radio transmitter

Bulletinboard - Charities receive checks from Mayor's Ball

Bulletinboard - Aleut subsidiary awarded federal support contract

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Fish Factor reviews jobs and kids approval of fishy school lunches

Focus - Hurdles trip up efforts to build deep-water wind farms

Focus - MiBook is cheap, colorful e-book reader

Focus - Appetite for organic food wilts as economy suffers

Focus - Hospitals bring in new amenities, perks to draw patients

Focus - Small businesses should cut benefits, but only temporarily

Focus - Meltdown weakens NYC as global financial capital

Home - PHOTO: AACA Auction for Snead Fund

Home - Venezuelan pilot comes to Alaska for flight training

Home - PHOTO: Mayor's Charity Ball

Home - Coal-to-liquids project in Fairbanks would cost up to $7.4B

Home - Pollock debate wages before federal fisheries council

Home - Joint venture plans first gas exploration well in Nenana

Home - TransNorthern Aviation moves to Anchorage airport location

Home - PHOTO: Salmon farms save Maine industry

Home - UAE questions President Bush's conscience on Iraq

Home - Keep emotions in check when reviewing investment choices

Home - Fish Factor reviews jobs and kids approval of fishy school lunches

Home - Marine Highway System launches revamped Web site

Home - Aleut subsidiary awarded federal support contract

Home - Hurdles trip up efforts to build deep-water wind farms

Home - MiBook is cheap, colorful e-book reader

Home - Appetite for organic food wilts as economy suffers

Home - Hospitals bring in new amenities, perks to draw patients

Home - Small businesses should cut benefits, but only temporarily

Home - Meltdown weakens NYC as global financial capital

Home - Chugach secures funds for expansion, refinancing

Home - The Bookworm Sez: 'Outliers' helps see success

Home - North Slope operators busy despite plunge in oil prices

Home - Developer unveils coal-to-gas refinery for West Virginia

Home - PHOTOS: Greenpeace protest in Poland

Home - Safeguarding the system: Meet Alaska's corrosion cops

Home - State signs AGIA license granting TransCanada $500M

Home - Industry: Southcentral Alaska's gas situation is grim

Home - Election may bring hard look at oil-gas exemption

Home - State, Flint Hills continue royalty oil price talks

Home - EIS underway for gas pipeline between Fairbanks, Beluga gas field

Home - Feds, oil companies sign 'revolutionary' conservation deal

Home - Revenue commissioner: Volatile oil prices pinch Alaska budget

Home - Cordova's Ott honored for demand for spill accountability

Localnews - PHOTO: AACA Auction for Snead Fund

Localnews - Venezuelan pilot comes to Alaska for flight training

Localnews - PHOTO: Mayor's Charity Ball

Localnews - Coal-to-liquids project in Fairbanks would cost up to $7.4B

Localnews - Pollock debate wages before federal fisheries council

Localnews - Joint venture plans first gas exploration well in Nenana

Localnews - North Slope operators busy despite plunge in oil prices

Localnews - Safeguarding the system: Meet Alaska's corrosion cops

Localnews - State signs AGIA license granting TransCanada $500M

Localnews - Industry: Southcentral Alaska's gas situation is grim

Localnews - State, Flint Hills continue royalty oil price talks

Localnews - EIS underway for gas pipeline between Fairbanks, Beluga gas field

Localnews - TransNorthern Aviation moves to Anchorage airport location

Localnews - Gov. Palin budgets for $7 million in health priorities

Localnews - Revenue commissioner: Volatile oil prices pinch Alaska budget

Localnews - ASMI board told 'stay the course,' ride out recession

Localnews - PHOTO: Salmon farms save Maine industry

Localnews - Cordova's Ott honored for demand for spill accountability

Localnews - Operation Santa Claus brings Christmas to Kivalina

Localnews - Chugach secures funds for expansion, refinancing

Localnews - The Bookworm Sez: 'Outliers' helps see success

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - North Slope operators busy despite plunge in oil prices

Oilgas - Developer unveils coal-to-gas refinery for West Virginia

Oilgas - PHOTOS: Greenpeace protest in Poland

Oilgas - Safeguarding the system: Meet Alaska's corrosion cops

Oilgas - State signs AGIA license granting TransCanada $500M

Oilgas - Industry: Southcentral Alaska's gas situation is grim

Oilgas - Election may bring hard look at oil-gas exemption

Oilgas - State, Flint Hills continue royalty oil price talks

Oilgas - EIS underway for gas pipeline between Fairbanks, Beluga gas field

Oilgas - Feds, oil companies sign 'revolutionary' conservation deal

Oilgas - Revenue commissioner: Volatile oil prices pinch Alaska budget

Oilgas - Cordova's Ott honored for demand for spill accountability

Opinion - UAE questions President Bush's conscience on Iraq

Opinion - Keep emotions in check when reviewing investment choices

Dec - 18 - 2008

Home - Shell asks for rehearing of Ninth Circuit court decision; delays 2009 Beaufort drilling

Dec - 21 - 2008

Bulletinboard - Port of Seattle, Carnival to sign 10-year agreement

Bulletinboard - People Mover ridership up

Bulletinboard - AIDEA approves dividend

Bulletinboard - Manufacturer builds North Slope modules

Bulletinboard - Boucher scholarship accepting applications

Bulletinboard - Alaska Sea Grant seeks marine policy fellowship candidates

Bulletinboard - Sea Grant to fund research

Bulletinboard - Denali Commission adopts new software program

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Year-end Bristol Bay crab fishery looking good overall

Focus - Americans sell burial plots, scale back funerals

Focus - Pike Brewing Co. Good beer, great food

Home - Food group helps feed the hungry

Home - Economic conditions to bring more competition to Alaska

Home - 2008 a tumultuous year in politics, finance, oil, mining

Home - Speakers: Alaska's business future could be with China

Home - Higher fuel prices notwithstanding, fisheries did well in 2008

Home - The Bookworm Sez: Be nice to the money-taker

Home - 2008 has been a bumpy road for transportation industry

Home - Palin proposes 7 percent spending decrease for FY 2010

Home - DOT imposes speed reductions on Seward-area bridges

Home - Port of Seattle, Carnival to sign 10-year agreement

Home - People Mover ridership up

Home - Manufacturer builds North Slope modules

Home - Denali Commission adopts new software program

Home - No easy solutions to state's tough challenges

Home - Year-end Bristol Bay crab fishery looking good overall

Home - State sees 3.8 percent oil production decline next year

Home - Azerbaijan floats oil output cuts

Home - Groups sue to stop Utah drilling plan

Home - Americans sell burial plots, scale back funerals

Home - Pike Brewing Co. Good beer, great food

Home - PHOTO: Have a relaxing holiday season!

Localnews - Food group helps feed the hungry

Localnews - Economic conditions to bring more competition to Alaska

Localnews - 2008 a tumultuous year in politics, finance, oil, mining

Localnews - Speakers: Alaska's business future could be with China

Localnews - Higher fuel prices notwithstanding, fisheries did well in 2008

Localnews - The Bookworm Sez: Be nice to the money-taker

Localnews - 2008 has been a bumpy road for transportation industry

Localnews - Palin proposes 7 percent spending decrease for FY 2010

Localnews - DOT imposes speed reductions on Seward-area bridges

Localnews - PHOTO: YMCA awards

Localnews - PHOTO: Have a relaxing holiday season!

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - State sees 3.8 percent oil production decline next year

Oilgas - Azerbaijan floats oil output cuts

Oilgas - Groups sue to stop Utah drilling plan

Opinion - No easy solutions to state's tough challenges

Transportation - 2008 has been a bumpy road for transportation industry

Transportation - DOT imposes speed reductions on Seward-area bridges

Dec - 28 - 2008

Bulletinboard - AIDEA Board Approves $22.72 Million Dividend

Bulletinboard - Mat-Su establishes first-of-its-kind sled dog district

Bulletinboard - Alaska Women's Giving Circle Distributes First Grants

Bulletinboard - Birch Horton Bittner & Cherott wins honors

Bulletinboard - State reaches settlement with Mattel over recalled toys

Bulletinboard - Alaska Communications Systems announces quarterly cash dividend

Bulletinboard - Allen Marine agrees to pay $15,300 for tidelands violation

Bulletinboard - Makers of Airborne settle charges of deceptive advertising

Bulletinboard - Social Security will utilize Nationwide Health Information Network

Calendar - Upcoming

Calendar - Chambers of Commerce

Fishfactor - Cod prices drop as global recession hits the fishing docks

Fisheries - Uncertainties lie ahead for fisheries

Focus - Coffin maker supports animal rights

Focus - Greenhouse gases warming North America unevenly

Home - Talk with Flint Hills under way

Home - Have a safe and happy New Year!

Home - Changes coming for bypass mail program

Home - Book Review: 'Blood on the Tundra' is a spicy read

Home - PHOTO: Christmas tree entrepreneur

Home - Falling zinc, lead prices key to declining of mine values

Home - Aurora's glow brightens winter tourism in interior Alaska

Home - $240 million in Mat-Su prison bonds sell in down market

Home - Glass recycling bagged in Anchorage as a result of economic downturn

Home - SEC ignored warnings, failed to protect investors

Home - Cod prices drop as global recession hits the fishing docks

Home - Uncertainties lie ahead for fisheries

Home - Pipeline rivals open new offices in Anchorage

Home - Oil, gas cutbacks likely to level employment growth

Home - Shell will seek rehearing on Beaufort Sea drilling decision

Home - Trustees challenge EPA on toxic wastewater discharges decision

Home - Coffin maker supports animal rights

Home - Greenhouse gases warming North America unevenly

Home - Birch Horton Bittner & Cherott wins honors

Localnews - Talk with Flint Hills under way

Localnews - Have a safe and happy New Year!

Localnews - Uncertainties lie ahead for fisheries

Localnews - Changes coming for bypass mail program

Localnews - “We're moving forward...we're confident.”

Localnews - Book Review: 'Blood on the Tundra' is a spicy read

Localnews - PHOTO: Christmas tree entrepreneur

Localnews - Falling zinc, lead prices key to declining of mine values

Localnews - Aurora's glow brightens winter tourism in interior Alaska

Localnews - Oil, gas cutbacks likely to level employment growth

Localnews - $240 million in Mat-Su prison bonds sell in down market

Localnews - Shell will seek rehearing on Beaufort Sea drilling decision

Localnews - Trustees challenge EPA on toxic wastewater discharges decision

Localnews - Glass recycling bagged in Anchorage as a result of economic downturn

Moversshakers - Movers & Shakers

Oilgas - Pipeline rivals open new offices in Anchorage

Oilgas - Talk with Flint Hills under way

Oilgas - Oil, gas cutbacks likely to level employment growth

Oilgas - Shell will seek rehearing on Beaufort Sea drilling decision

Oilgas - Trustees challenge EPA on toxic wastewater discharges decision

Opinion - SEC ignored warnings, failed to protect investors

Transportation - Changes coming for bypass mail program

Transportation - Aurora's glow brightens winter tourism in interior Alaska

Transportation - Greenhouse gases warming North America unevenly

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