Friday Aug 8
NARA records now safe in SLAM
NARA's Candace Lein-Hayes and other federal and state officials listen as retired Judge Niesje Steinkruger explains the significance of finding a century-old book documenting births, marriages, and deaths for the villages of Galena and Nulato.
Alaska News Nightly: August 5, 2014
Monday's tailings-dam break at a British Columbia copper and gold mine could threaten Southeast Alaska salmon fisheries.
Fennor, a wholly-owned Subsidiary of Nortec, signs Two Memoranda of...
Fennor, a wholly-owned Subsidiary of Nortec, signs Two Memoranda of Understanding on the 100% Acquisition of Golden Zone Project, East-central Alaska Nortec Minerals Corp. , is pleased to announce that Fennor Minerals Corp. , a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nortec has signed two Memoranda of Understanding to acquire 100% interest in the Golden Zone ... (more)
State Archives accepts Alaska Railroad, Territorial court records
Friday was a big day for the Alaska State Archives. They officially took custody of 3,000 cubic feet of records and other documents from the National Archives in Anchorage.
Anchorage Daily News
Mat-Su train service still a long way down the track, railroad says
Sorry, Mat-Su commuters. The Alaska Railroad won't be starting a test run of scheduled rail service between the Valley and Anchorage any time soon.