KODIAK - The Alaska state recorder's office in Kodiak is among six offices from the agency that are expected to be closed because of budget cuts. Kodiak radio station KMXT reported the office certifies property purchases.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a Southeast Alaskan that doesn't love salmon, or a salmon that doesn't need clean water.
Eight months ago, Jacinda Mack watched as the Mount Polley dam failure released a flood of toxic water and tailings into the Quesnel Lake watershed.
JUNEAU - The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has approved temporary royalty relief for five North Slope leases that it said could not economically be developed otherwise.
The House Resources committee heard and held a bill that would give the Alaska Department of Natural Resources more latitude to fill the timber supply gap left by the federal government.Southeast Alaska's timber industry - once an economic...
President Obama's decision to designate part of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as untouchable "wilderness" shouldn't have come as a surprise to Alaskans, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service director said.
British Columbia Minister of Energy and Mines Bill Bennett thinks Alaskans do not understand B.C.'s mine permitting process. Bennett's theory is if he could only explain it to us, we would stop worrying about B.C.
...in the issue of mines in transboundary watersheds.Kyle Moselle, a large project coordinator for the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, said the Large Mine Permitting Team, or LMPT, system used by the state to coordinate the permitting...
Chieftain Metals Corp., the company attempting to reopen the Tulsequah Chief Mine, has taken a financial hit.
Sen.-elect Dan Sullivan announced Tuesday three hires to his Washington, D.C., team, including one former state commissioner.
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