Campbell will take over as CEO in the Anchorage office on February 1, working for a few weeks with John Eckels before his retirement.
Twenty-five mushers will take off from Bethel over a fast, icy trail to Aniak and back Friday night in the 36th annual running of the Kuskokwim 300.
How would you spend an extra $150,000 this year? That’s the question Norton Sound communities are asking now that Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation’s Board of Directors has announced the 2014 Community Benefit Share.
Nome Schools Interim Superintendent Shawn Arnold says for educators in Alaska, 2015 has been called the “triad year”—with three major state-wide updates soon to be implemented: new instructional standards, new educator evaluations, and new state assessments.
The proposed habitat covers roughly 350,000 square miles along the Bering Strait and the northern Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort seas.
On budget with the city’s new museum, library, and cultural center, the City Council addressed the utility’s loans before discussing how to spend an NSEDC donation and how to eventually deal with legal marijuana sales.
Gilbert Olanna, 31, already faced one charge of first degree murder. The grand jury indictment means he faces two additional charges of second degree murder in the death of Esther Lincoln.
Race season is starting up in Western Alaska, and this week on Sounding Board, we’re sharing stories.
The report finds the majority of placer mines are mining for gold, off of the road system, and with small crews of about four people.
What impact does warming Arctic water have on the movement of sea ice south each winter? That’s the question scientists with the new Sikuliaq research vessel are trying to answer on their trip out of Nome this October.