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The $7.1 million, 12,000-square foot facility for meetings and education was built for use by local nonprofits and community service organizations by BP Exploration Alaska Inc. Comment?
East of Fairbanks the forested plateau of the upper Tanana River seems to roll on forever toward Canada, unbroken except for rounded hills and one place where ridges of the Alaska Range cut north. Comment?
Six Alaskans have been awarded Fulbright awards to study, lecture or conduct research abroad for the 2002-2003 academic year. Comment?
Krista Phillips , a principal with RIM Architects LLC, was one of three women honored by the National Women in Construction Alaska Chapter on March 6, at the Constructive Women Awards Dinner in Anchorage. Comment?
The 2013 recipients of the First Lady's Volunteer of the Year Awards were chosen by an executive committee of Alaskan community members. Comment?
Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced on Monday that three more states would join the ranks of those given permission to ignore parts of the federal No Child Left Behind law in favor of their own school improvement plans. Comment?
Josh Holly, of Specialty Excavators, shows Konstantin Reutov, a 16-year-old Kachemak-Selo student, around an excavator on April 30 during the Alaska Construction Career Day at the Soldotna Sports Center in Soldotna. Comment?
The Alaska Volcano Observatory says in a release that an ash plume was reported rising from Pavlof Volcano on Tuesday evening at about 15,000 feet. Comment?
The National Marine Fisheries Service announced Thursday it will consider listing a population of harbor seals that live in a freshwater Alaska lake as a threatened or endangered species, a decision that could affect the massive Pebble Mine development project. Comment?
Sophie Minich, the new CEO at Cook Inlet Region Inc., briefed the Resource Development Council on several new construction and business projects that include new offices and a major retail development in the Mat-Su Borough. Comment?
Tremors were detected at Pavlof Volcano, 625 miles southwest of Anchorage, according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory. Comment?
The Anchorage Daily News reports that opponents of the labor law rewrite passed by the Anchorage Assembly in March say they are headed to state civil court in an effort to repeal the law, which stripped many of the city's unions of their powers. Comment?
Alaska's banks and credit unions held steady in their 2013 first quarter performance, a typically slow quarter given the state's seasonal economy. Comment?
Southcentral utilities are breathing a little easier about natural gas supplies with Hilcorp Energy saying it can meet demand until 2017 by producing more gas from old wells it took over earlier this year from Marathon Oil. Comment?
This is a tough one for me. I've wrestled with the following questions for weeks and months now, and I still can't find an explanation for both sides of the story. Comment?
Hilcorp Energy has told local utilities that it can meet their natural gas needs through 2016, company spokeswoman Lori Nelson said April 24. Comment?
A multi-year expansion project at the Port of Anchorage, on Cook Inlet, is at the heart of a lawsuit filed in March 8. The three parties sued by the Municipality of Anchorage have asked for dismissal in responses to the municipality's claims. Comment?
American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association director Camille Ferguson was the keynote speaker at a summit held Wednesday through Friday in Anchorage. Comment?
All three defendants in a lawsuit the Municipality of Anchorage filed March 8 over the bungled Port of Anchorage expansion project have firmly denied liability and asked for dismissal in court responses to the municipality's claims. Comment?
Rep. Mike Hawker, seated right, addresses reporters after the Alaska Legislature passed a bill in Juneau on April 13 meant to advance an in-state gas pipeline project. Comment?