Longtime Juneau resident Jean Clark Rogers died Wednesday, Feb. 20, at her home in Juneau at age 93.
Even from a distance, Jean Rogers' presence was unmistakable: with her oversized glasses, broad smile, hand-made Marimekko-patterned dresses, blunt cut and perpetually ungray hair, Rogers was a highly active and visible member of the arts community.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Obama administration's investments in the green energy economy have already produced a great number of jobs in a sector with significant potential for additional growth.
Bartlett Lee "Bart" Thane was born in California in 1877. He attended the University of California at Berkeley, where he was the star quarterback for the football team, pursuing a degree in mining engineering in the class of 1899. For...
...prayer. Economists William Gale and Benjamin Harris of the Brookings Institution and Alan Auerbach of the University of California at Berkeley, note in a new paper that "while the argument for transfers to states being stimulative is plausible...
...scientists, educators, local residents and industry people. William Libby, a professor of forestry at the University of California at Berkeley makes this framing statement: "We consume like mad and we preserve like mad. We Californians are really...
In the best of times, the federal government shouldn't ever consider bailing out profligate state governments whose unwise spending has pushed them into an economic black hole.
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ANCHORAGE - The trans-Alaska oil pipeline was designed to withstand an 8.5 magnitude earthquake, but could it? When a team of structural and geo-technical engineers came up with the pipeline design in the early 1970s, they didn't expect it to be tested in their lifetimes. They were wrong.
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