JUNEAU - A loan program designed to help cover energy upgrades to schools and other public buildings has gotten no takers even as school districts struggle with energy costs. The state spends $100 million each year on school district utility costs.
CFRE International has named Keni Campbell a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).
The second spring session of the University of Alaska Southeast's Center for Mine Training began Tuesday evening with a high-powered special guest speaker. Gov.
Accountability is a very important concept in a democratic society. Perhaps the best bottom line definitions are "to be responsible" and "to be answerable.
JUNEAU - This weekend's Juneau Affordable Housing Fair will provide information on a variety of programs that help low- and moderate-income people become homeowners. The third annual fair will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Nugget Mall.
No one understands better than school administrators - superintendents, business officials and principals - how difficult it is to balance a budget, and we admire Gov. Murkowski for his courage to propose drastic reductions in state spending.
When asked in a press conference about supporting an increase to the base student allocation (BSA), Gov.
Paula Savikko's class of sixth- and seventh-graders was working on fractions when Gov. Tony Knowles walked in this morning to announce legislation that would delay the high school exit exam by four years.
The legislature opened public hearings on the state operating budget Tuesday, and from Juneau heard mostly concern about education funding.
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