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Industries gather at forum to discuss growth and opportunities
The Gulf Coast Region saw a 0.7% increase in jobs between November 2018 and November 2019.
The ferries are in trouble, remaking the system could be the answer
Army Corps of Engineers says it will take the time to review public comments.
Report contains strong allegations.
The McDowell Group, a consulting and research firm based in Alaska and Seattle, has released its annual industry update, and in spite of localized ups… Continue reading
Opponents of the Pebble Mine were troubled by the governor’s actions.
Update: This story has been updated to include a response from Chumley’s Inc. General Manager Cliff Wittmer. As dock workers with Chumley’s Inc. of Kenai… Continue reading
15 years after they started their brewery, the Kassiks are set to retire to be closer to family.
Almost two years after it first applied for a standard cultivation permit, Alaska Loven It — the first operation to apply for a license to… Continue reading
South Peninsula Hospital has hired Dr. Jeffrey Larsen, board certified general surgeon, to be on its active medical staff, the hospital announced in a press… Continue reading
Bay Welding Services of Homer received the Alaska Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Bill Bivin Small Business of the Year award, the Homer Chamber of Commerce… Continue reading
Alaska marijuana grower Leif Abel considers his business successful but still feels like he’s living “paycheck to paycheck” much of the time. A greenhouse expansion… Continue reading
Right now the bar is open and offering small appetizers, beer on tap and specialty cocktails.
Though already in use, Homer’s new Aspen Suites Hotel got a grand opening celebration last week while local elected officials celebrated bringing the business chain… Continue reading
Local Homer business Alaska Salt Company has settled into its new home on the Homer Spit, and celebrated on Friday with a grand opening ceremony.… Continue reading
The 12% bed tax would affect temporary lodging across the borough
Fifteen years ago, Bill and Dorothy Fry were piecing together a back-up plan for their lives. The result of that forward thinking and hard work,… Continue reading
After months of anticipation, the brand new SVT Health and Wellness Anchor Point Clinic is finally open for business on the corner of Sterling Highway… Continue reading
But don’t expect an influx in smoking cafes.