Tim Bradner

Sun, 01/22/2017 - 19:54

Unique agreement allows Ahtna group to manage harvests, habitat

A new agreement between an Alaska Native Tribal group and the U.S. Department of the Interior sets up the first framework for joint-management of subsistence game hunting on federal lands and as well as game habitat enhancement on federal and adjacent Native-owned private lands.

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UAA joins entrepreneurship program

With its terrain, tough climate and remoteness, Alaska has its challenges.

In certain fields, like energy, the state has become a kind of... Read more

Prudhoe plan approved on day Oil and Gas Division director resigned

Alaska Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Andy Mack approved the 2016 Plan of Development for the Prudhoe Bay oilfield on Sept. 20, but... Read more

OMB director: State personnel reduced by 1,700 in last two years

State budget cuts are beginning to hit home, in terms of jobs and economic impact.

Office of Management and Budget Director Pat Pitney said... Read more

Fights shape up over taxes, spending, revenue

There seems little doubt that the 2016 state legislative session will be pretty ugly.

The money situation is getting worse and there’s no... Read more

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