For the country's second-youngest state, older travelers are essential.
JUNEAU - Bea Shepard, a longtime Alaskan and supporter of the Alaska State Museum, has bequeathed a sizable cash donation to the museum's Heritage Endowment Fund. Ms. Shepard, 94, died Nov. 1, 2013, in Juneau. A museum donor and frequent visitor, Ms.
Bea Shepard, a longtime Alaskan and supporter of the Alaska State Museum, has bequeathed a sizable cash donation to the museum's Heritage Endowment Fund. Shepard, 94, died November 1, 2013, in Juneau.
ANCHORAGE - Bret Kolb, the director of the Alaska Division of Insurance, has announced he is resigning next month.Kolb is leaving to take a position as the director of business development...
FAIRBANKS - The board of a nonprofit regional community health center that provides mental health services in Fairbanks has decided to file for bankruptcy.
JUNEAU - A bill that would allow insurance companies to consider a person's credit score when renewing a policy advanced from committee Thursday.
It may have snowed in Juneau on Tuesday, but for the capital city's tourism industry, summer is already here.
...that will not change under a new law passed earlier this year that relaxes restrictions on the industry, the director of the Alaska Division of Water said at Thursday's Juneau Chamber of Commerce luncheon.Michelle Bonnet Hale made her pitch to...
Alaska will be the next battleground in the effort to legalize marijuana. Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell, whose office oversees elections, on Friday certified a ballot initiative application that would make it legal for adults to possess up to one ounce of marijuana.
FAIRBANKS - The world's boreal forests, which stretch from interior Alaska to the Atlantic Ocean and span regions of Russia and Scandinavia, are burning at a rate considered historically unprecedented, according to a new study of the Yukon Flats region.
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