During what Mayor Nels Anderson called the “shortest meeting ever,” Soldotna City Council members unanimously approved ordinances allowing fires at Arc Lake park, adding money to the airport fund and allocating $7,500 toward efforts to influence the outcome of a citizen referendum to repeal the ...
Mountain View Elementary students learned some vocabulary words on Wednesday morning - "ruck," "scrum," "scrum-half," "prop-forward," and "grubber" were a few of them. Their teachers were four members of the U.S.
Gov. Bill Walker has persuaded the state's industry partners in the Alaska LNG Project to consider a larger pipe size that would be capable of shipping more North Slope natural gas, the governor said in a Sept. 4 interview with the Journal.
The sale of an Alaska seafood giant has collapsed.
In a statement Friday, the equity firm Paine and Partners LLC, which owns Icicle Seafoods Inc., said that arrangements to sell Icicle to Convergence Holdings Inc.
The State of Alaska has promised to wire Cook Inlet Energy LLC - a subsidiary of Miller Energy Resources - a $6.4 million partial tax credit payment as the company works its way through an involuntary bankruptcy case.
ANCHORAGE - Federal scientists have determined that extremely low levels of crude oil spilled by the Exxon Valdez caused heart problems in embryonic fish, a conclusion that could shape how damage is assessed in other major spills.