The Alaska Supreme Court has affirmed that the state of Alaska will not be allowed to go ahead with a plan intended to make it more difficult for state employees to participate in a union.
The Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA) Foundation announced $53,500 in scholarships to recipients from across the state. The competitive, one-year awards recognize students who have a passion to succeed in fields related to the travel industry.
Photographer Aaron Woods used his drone to capture a campus music event at UAF on May 25, 2023.
The budget dance requires careful footwork, and unsettled funding levels make the steps more precarious.
According to an Alaska State Trooper dispatch, North Slope Borough Police responded to Point Hope on May 17 after reports that 40-year-old Robert Nash was shooting a rifle at residents and buildings.
The 32-page report, titled “The Alaska Standard,” provides information on planned or ongoing projects and the state’s goal to develop its resources from oil and gas to critical minerals and timber.
Those who are looking to get or renew a food protection management certificate will have two additional opportunities in 2023.
Christopher Clark, a legislative historian and aide to Sen. Click Bishop, R-Fairbanks, said that after consulting legislative records, he was unable to find an instance since statehood when a governor was asked to fill a seat formerly held by an independent.
Senate Bill 48 passed with overwhelming bipartisan support in both the House and Senate near the end of legislative session.
Anyone who has contact with Roy "Garland" Watson or has information about him is asked to contact Alaska State Troopers at 907-451-5100.