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Looking for a way to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Anchorage? Here's a list.  Anchorage Daily News

Organizations throughout Anchorage will be using the long weekend as an opportunity to remember Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy through celebrations and ...

Anchorage Daily News
Gene Therriault out at Alaska Gasline Development Corp.  Must Read Alaska

ALSO GONE, CHIEF OF ALASKA ENERGY AUTHORITY. The government relations director at the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation has been released ...

Must Read Alaska
German museum returns stolen artifacts to Native American tribe  UPI.com

June 11 (UPI) -- A museum in Berlin has agreed to return nine cultural artifacts stolen from a Native American tribe in Alaska in the 19th century, German officials ...

German museum returns looted art to indigenous Alaskans  Chicago Daily Herald

BERLIN -- A Berlin museum has returned ancient wooden masks, an idol and other spiritually significant artifacts plundered from graves by an explorer to ...

Chicago Daily Herald
Sealaska Corporation announces multimillion dollar deal to keep trees in the ground  KTOO

Big greenhouse gas emitters in California are now able to buy carbon offset credits based in Alaska. The Southeast regional Native corporation Sealaska is ...

Big news stories shook Chugiak-Eagle River in 2018  Alaskastar

Several high-profile stories dominated the headlines in 2018 Chugiak-Eagle River, where a tragic bear mauling, a controversial court ruling and a powerful ...

Berlin’s Ethnological Museum returns Alaskan grave artefacts looted by explorer  Art Newspaper

The objects “do not belong in our museums”, says the president of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation.

Art Newspaper
House Considers Bill to Swap 500000 Public Acres  GearJunkie

H.R. 211 would pave the way for an "acre-for-acre exchange" to swap 500000 acres of corporate-owned land in Alaska for public land in the Lower 48.

Walker-Begich group weaponizes Bree's death to savage Mike Dunleavy  Must Read Alaska

FACT: EVERY TIME BREE'S LAW CAME UP, DUNLEAVY WAS A YES VOTE. When Bree Moore, the Anchorage 20-year-old, was dying at the hands of her ...

Must Read Alaska
After 130 Years, the Spoils of a Grave-Plundering Explorer Are Returning to Alaska  Atlas Obscura

One day in 2015, John Johnson stood in a storage room in Berlin's quiet Dahlem neighborhood, a long way from home, searching for the remains of his ...

Atlas Obscura
Seeing the value of the forest in the trees: Chugach enters California's carbon market  Alaska Public Radio Network

Instead of harvesting their forests for timber, the Chugach Alaska Corporation is selling an innovative new forest product: the carbon stored in the trees.

Alaska Public Radio Network
German museum to return stolen grave artifacts to Alaskans  DW (English)

Nine Alaskan burial artifacts brought to 19th century imperial Germany are to be returned next week to indigenous Pacific coast residents. A Berlin-based ...

DW (English)
Chugach Alaska Corp. buys Chicago electrical company  Alaska Dispatch News

Chugach Alaska Corporation purchased Rex Electric and Technologies, a Chicago-based provider of electrical and technology services for general contractors ...

Alaska Dispatch News
Anchorage Assembly approves sale of ML&P to Chugach Electric  KTUU.com

While many in Anchorage were still getting their feet under them after Friday's earthquake, the Anchorage Assembly voted unanimously Tuesday to to approve ...

Berlin Museum Returns Native American Artifacts to Tribe in Alaska  Voice of America

The Ethnographic Museum in Berlin agreed to return the artifacts to Alaska's Chugach Tribe after museum officials confirmed they had been taken without the ...

Voice of America
Chugach Manor accepting housing applications for low-income, disabled seniors  KTVA

Chugach Manor in Anchorage's Chester Creek area is accepting housing applications as of Monday, according to a release from the Alaska Housing Finance ...

Chugach Alaska Corp. makes California carbon credit deal  Alaskajournal.com

This Oct. 26, 2016, photo provided by New Forests Inc. shows Chugach Alaska Corp. lands in Carbon Mountain. An undeveloped Alaska coal field, California's ...

German Museum Returns 9 Stolen Artifacts to Native American Tribe in Alaska  Al-Bawaba

A museum in Berlin has agreed to return nine cultural artifacts stolen from a Native American tribe in Alaska in the 19th century, German officials said.

Opinion: Ballot Measure 1 hurts rural residents and rural communities  Juneau Empire

Salmon have always been and will always be a vital part of our culture, history and way of life.

Juneau Empire
Germany returns grave-plundered artifacts to Alaska  eNCA

The objects, including two broken masks, a cradle and a wooden idol, were handed over to a representative of the Alaska Chugach people.

Old depot is a monument to Seward's survival as a railroad town  Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

FAIRBANKS — The old railroad depot in Seward is testament to the travails the city has gone through as a railroad town.

Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Don't open the freezer when you get home; power outage impacts 1000+ on Anchorage Hillside  KTUU.com

Cooperative staff couldn't say what caused a power pole to be burned and broken in half Tuesday afternoon.

Germany moves slowly on returning museum exhibits to ex-colonies  The Guardian

Berlin's longest-standing African is 13 metres tall and carries in his bones the wisdom of 150m years. The skeleton of the Brachiosaurus brancai, the star of the ...

The Guardian
Groups sue to block oil production in Alaska's Beaufort Sea  KTUU.com

Conservation groups are suing to block an oil-drilling project in federal Arctic waters.

BLM approves oil field in National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.  KTUU.com

The federal Bureau of Land Management has signed off on another oil field within the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.

AP: Alaska nets $28M at annual oil, gas lease sale  KTUU.com

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska netted $28.1 million from its oil and gas lease sales in the North Slope and Beaufort Sea. The Alaska Journal of ...

State announces preliminary gas purchase agreement for ExxonMobil, Alaska gas line  KTUU.com

The state's natural gas pipeline project and a major gas producer in the state have announced agreements for purchasing gas from Prudhoe Bay and Point ...

How a carbon credit deal with an Alaska Native corporation could help resolve Teddy Roosevelt's unfinished business  Alaska Dispatch News

Bering River coal, the center of a fight that helped bring down a president more than a century ago, will be kept in the ground by Chugach Alaska Corp. as part of ...

Alaska Dispatch News
Lease sale in Alaska petroleum reserve draws modest interest  KTUU.com

The federal government's attempt to sell oil leases in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska has again drawn a modest response.

Matanuska Electric Association to increase rates for customers  KTUU.com

WASILLA, Alaska (KTUU) - A major power supplier in Alaska announced Tuesday that rates for paying customers would be going up. According to a statement ...

Shadow mayor Begich behind ML&P sale to Chugach Electric?  Must Read Alaska

UTILITY SALE COULD BE DECIDED BY ONE PERSON'S VOTE. The proposed $1 billion sale of Anchorage's Municipal Light & Power to Chugach Electric ...

Must Read Alaska
Arctic offshore production wells approved off Alaska's coast  KTUU.com

U.S. regulators have approved a plan for the first oil and gas production in federal Arctic waters.

MEA wants in as Chugach Electric, ML&P talk merger  KTUU.com

Chugach Electric and Municipal Light and Power have entered discussions for a possible merger, while Matanuska Electric says it wants an option in as well.

Rest in Peace Mr. Cliff Black, and may the wind always be at your back  Anchorage Press

Cliff Black lived and loved life to the fullest. “Life is beautiful,” he'd always say. That ended last Sunday when health issues overtook his life. For him, everyday ...

Anchorage Press
Fight brews as Trump favors big oil in Alaska  KTUU.com

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) supports President Trump's plan to bring oil drilling to Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, but not all Alaskans agree. CNN's Bill ...

5 other companies expressed interest in buying Anchorage power company  Alaska Dispatch News

Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz's December announcement that Chugach Electric would be the buyer for ML&P caught other prospective buyers off guard.

Alaska Dispatch News
Utility companies may soon provide loans for energy upgrades  KTUU.com

Utility companies are looking at offering their customers loans for energy efficiency upgrades and renewable energy systems that would be paid back through ...

BP Alaska signs onto the Alaska LNG Project in a 'historic milestone'  KTUU.com

A gas sales agreement between BP Alaska and the state is being touted as 'a historic milestone' in the decades-long effort to construct a natural gas pipeline ...

Villages Testify to Disparity in Benefits Alaska Native…  ProPublica

Congress created the system of Alaska Native Corporations with the promise of bringing prosperity to a scattered indigenous population stuck in poverty. The…

Ravinia Capital Advises on Sale of Rex Electric and Technologies, LLC to Chugach Alaska Corporation  PR Web

Ravinia Capital LLC is pleased to announce the sale of Rex Electric and Technologies, LLC (Rex), a Chicago-based electrical and technology contractor, ...

PR Web
AGDC President: New law restricting foreign investments won't stop Alaska pipeline  KTUU.com

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — An effort in Congress to get tough on foreign investors, principally those from China, shouldn't affect the Alaska LNG project ...

Controversial Roadless Rule the subject of public meeting  KNBA

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker and the Trump administration want to modify a rule that protects national forests from certain development. The roadless rule.

Community Solar Project coming to Anchorage  KTUU.com

Soon Anchorage will be home to the largest community solar project in Alaska. Chugach Electric is expected to spend around $2 million to construct a 2000 ...

All Alaska Natives are equal, and all ANCSA shareholders should be too  Alaska Dispatch News

OPINION: The first step in breaking the boards' lock on corporations is for Alaska Natives born after 1971 to recognize that the ANCSA experiment is still going ...

Alaska Dispatch News
Alaska Stand Alone Pipeline moves forward in regulatory process -- but what about Alaska LNG?  KTUU.com

A gas line project being pursued alongside the Alaska LNG project reached an important milestone Friday, when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released its ...

UPDATE: Power restored in Eagle River following large-scale outage  KTUU.com

Thousands in Eagle River awoke without power early Wednesday according to outage maps for the electric co-op providing power to that *service* area.

China's Arctic Ambitions in Alaska  The Diplomat

For signs of Beijing's Arctic ambition, Washington need look no further than Alaska. After Chinese President Xi Jinping left the Mar-a-Lago summit with U.S. ...

The Diplomat
Parents push for more recess time  KTVA

A group of parents are asking the Anchorage School District to increase the time elementary students have for recess and lunch to 60 minutes. ASD Deputy ...

Trooper shift focus to investigation, possible criminal activity  KTVA

As the search for a missing Kotzebue girl continues, troopers are now expanding the investigation and looking to see if possible criminal activity may be involved ...

Feds change course, pick Alaska's choice for Sterling Hwy re-route  Alaskajournal.com

Federal Highway officials have selected the Juneau Creek alternative for moving the Sterling Highway away from Cooper Landing and the upper Kenai River ...

Geneva Woods Pharmacy Receives Substantial Equity Investment  PR Web

Geneva Woods Pharmacy, Inc. (GWP), a leading provider of integrated Long Term Care (LTC) and home pharmacy services in under-served rural markets, has ...

PR Web
Suhagi Shah, Nrupen Baxi  The New York Times

The couple met while both were in high school and volunteering at a New Jersey hospital, and began dating many years later.

The New York Times
Energy Secretary: Micro-grids, small reactors may be power options in rural Alaska  KTUU.com

In a Senate Energy hearing Tuesday, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski asked Energy Secretary Rick Perry to ensure that Alaska's Arctic communities aren't cut from ...

Solar project lights up Airport Heights community  KTUU.com

A new community inspired program will soon be literally lighting up Airport Heights with community buy-in of solar panels for homes.

Alaska Native regional corporations 2013 results roundup  Alaskajournal.com

Ahtna Inc. Glennallen-based Ahtna Inc. continued its work both in Alaska and Outside during 2013. In its region, the company signed exploration agreements ...

BP reports financial gains in Alaska for 2017  KTUU.com

BP Exploration (Alaska) reported a gain in its annual financial statements for 2017, on Thursday.

Despite questions over ANCs, many pay out millions in dividends, scholarships, charitable donations  Washington Post

Alaska native corporations have long struggled to fulfill their mandate to improve life for native shareholders, who are among the poorest people in the United ...

Washington Post
The Big Move to Berlin’s Humboldt Forum Has Begun, as Pressure for Restitution of Colonial-Era Objects Grows  artnet News

As the move of colonial era objects into the Humboldt Forum begins, questions around how Germany will proceed with restitution remains.

artnet News
28-Year-Old Hunter Hospitalized After Bear He Shot Plunges Down Hill and Lands on Him  PEOPLE.com

A U.S. Army soldier stationed in Alaska is recovering from life-threatening injuries he received this weekend when a bear landed on top of him after it was shot ...

Removal of Eklutna River diversion dam complete  Alaskastar

With a massive hurdle to fish passage in the Eklutna River now gone, it's up to local utilities to take the next step toward restoring the river to its natural state.

Dem Senate race: boyish prof vs. corruption hunter  Alaska Public Radio Network

Two Democrats are running for Lisa Murkowski's U.S. Senate seat. Both men are the same age. They're running low- or no-budget campaigns. Both used to be ...

Alaska Public Radio Network
Researchers tackle data gaps in ocean acidification impacts  Alaskajournal.com

Graduate Student Marina Washburn with the larval culture buckets containing razor clams at the Alutiiq Pride Shellfish Hatchery. (Photo/Courtesy/Marina ...

As Heard On Morning Line: Patty Schwalenberg earns Caleb Pungowiyi Award for CRRC Work  KNBA

Today's guest on Our Community is a longtime Executive Director of the Chugach Regional Resources Commission. At an annual award luncheon hosted by ...

State gets incomplete grade from FERC  Alaskajournal.com

Alaska Gasline Development Corp. President Keith Meyer has touted the state agency's application to federal regulators as complete, but the Federal Energy ...

260 workers to be laid off after BP switches contractors  KTUU.com

More than 260 Alaska workers are expected to be laid off at the end of next month as the BP oil company ends a contract with Mistras Group Inc.

GAO Reviews 12 Alaska Native Regional Corporations  SitNews

(SitNews) - The Native American Contractors Association, whose members include many of the twelve Alaska Native Regional Corporations created under the ...

YWCA Alaska/BP Announce Women of Achievement Awardees  youralaskalink

The YWCA announced yesterday the 2016 Women of Achievement awardees.

Alaska's Thaw Reveals—and Threatens—a Culture's Artifacts  National Geographic

The archaeological site of Nunalleq on the southwest coast of Alaska preserves a fateful moment, frozen in time. The muddy square of earth is full of everyday ...

National Geographic
Berkowitz highlights Anchorage achievements on crime, homelessness in State of the CIty address  KTUU.com

Mayor Ethan Berkowitz gave his annual State of the City address Monday afternoon highlighting his administration's achievements combating crime and ...

A More Specific Look at the Amount of Military Spending in Alaska  Echo NEws

Everyone knows that Alaska supports the military. The U.S. military returns the favor immensely, supporting Alaska by spending $4446 per resident each year.

Echo NEws
Native American tribes conserve forests to cut carbon and capitalize on California's market  ImpactAlpha

Native American tribes have become a driving force on California's carbon markets, making millions of dollars while conserving native lands. With a nearly ...

America's Rainforest Could Be on the Chopping Block  Defenders of Wildlife Blog

Alaska's Tongass National Forest, the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world, is in serious jeopardy from interests seeking to cut down its rich old-growth ...

Defenders of Wildlife Blog
As Heard on Morning Line: Cook Inlet Native Head Start Seeks Denaina Language Immersion Teachers  KNBA

Executive Director of Cook Inlet Native Head Start, Ethan Petticrew, is happy about the new partnerships and pipeline for Yup'ik language immersion with.

These State Parks Have All the Beauty of National Parks — and None of the Crowds  Travel+Leisure

From Hawaiian waterfalls to Florida beaches to a real life fern gully, put these gorgeous preserves on your must-visit list.

University's Eagle River campus re-opens for evening classes after power outage  KTUU.com

Power outages in Eagle River closed the community's campus of the University of Alaska-Anchorage, but a university spokesperson said the campus would be ...

Win for AK hatcheries  craigmedred.news

Before a room packed with commercial fisherman angry they might lose profits from catches of hatchery salmon, the Alaska Board of Fisheries on Tuesday ...

Eklutna dam removal project completed  Echo News

The $7.5 million Eklutna River dam removal project initiated in September 2016 was completed this summer, according to Brad Meiklejohn.

Echo News
As Heard on Morning Line: Yukon Don Tanner  KNBA

Todays guest on Morning Line featured author Yukon Dan Tanner. He spoke with Morning Line host Danny Preston about his newly released book, Yukon Don.

Alaska officials want some state areas out of drilling plan  PBS NewsHour

A delegation requested that most Alaska waters from the state's Panhandle to the Bering Strait be removed from the proposed five-year drilling plan.

PBS NewsHour
Critical Minerals Alaska – Chromite  North of 60 Mining News

A vital ingredient in stainless steel and superalloys, chromium is considered by the United States Geological Survey as.

North of 60 Mining News
Delegation wants repeal of regs aimed at Native contracts  Alaskajournal.com

From left, the Alaska congressional delegation of Sen. Dan Sullivan, Rep. Don Young and Senate Energy and Natural Resources Chair Lisa Murkowski.

The Business of Alaska Native Corporations  Daily Yonder

Congress created the system of Alaska Native Corporations with the promise of bringing prosperity to a scattered indigenous population stuck in poverty.

Daily Yonder
US Capitol Christmas tree is the first to come from Alaska; Companion Trees From Tongass By MARY KAUFFMAN  SitNews

(SitNews) - For more than 50 years, a tree has graced the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol for the holiday season. This year, a 74' Lutz Spruce will be the first U.S. ...

Karin Elaine Preston, 75, of Troy | Obituaries  Moscow-Pullman Daily News

Karin Elaine Preston, 75, of Troy, greatly loved wife of Charles Michael Preston, for almost 54 years.Karin was born Oct. 23, 1943, in Pt. Pleasant, W.V.,…

Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Ex-Mayor Dan Sullivan challenges Murkowski  Alaska Public Radio Network

Former Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan is running against U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the Republican Primary. Download Audio. Sullivan filed minutes before ...

Alaska Public Radio Network
Forest Service purchases big swath of Admiralty Island land from Native corporation  Alaska Dispatch News

A first step in what's considered the largest transfer of land from a private inholding to U.S. Forest *Service*-managed wilderness happened Friday when 4,463 ...

Alaska Dispatch News
PROGRESS: Outdoor Tourism | Sports And Outdoors  Anchorage Press

A decade ago, outdoor industry professionals worried that digital technology would pull people out of the outdoors, and into house-bound digital environments.

Anchorage Press
Hydro project on Snow River prompts concerns from area residents  KTUU.com

A proposed hydroelectric project on the Snow River on the Kenai Peninsula was the subject of a public meetings Monday.

Getting out the vote, Alaska Native edition  The Economist

IT WAS chilly and overcast on the eve of election day in Anchorage. A white van with a decal on the side that said “Get Out The Native Vote” pulled up to the front ...

The Economist
Foundation Swoops in to Save Sacred Alaskan Artifacts at Auction  Alaska Public Radio Network

As early as the late 1700s, European visitors and explorers in Alaska wrongly took objects that were sacred and important to the indigenous people. Several of ...

Alaska Public Radio Network
BLM speeds up surveys to complete Native land transfers  Alaskajournal.com

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is moving faster these days in conveying lands to Alaska Native corporations. As of Sept. 4 the agency has issued patent, ...

Beverage distributor Odom Corp. to build $40M Anchorage facility  Alaska Dispatch News

Washington-based Odom, which distributes alcohol, soft drinks and more, will consolidate its Anchorage operations in one location.

Alaska Dispatch News
Launch : Alaska aims to attract, keep startups in Anchorage  Alaskajournal.com

Diversify the economy” is Alaska's rallying cry as oil production and prices sink. First of its kind Alaska tech accelerator Launch : Alaska wants to put the idea into ...

Rather than growing like it should in winter, sea ice off Alaska has been shrinking dramatically  Discover Magazine

Meanwhile, ice losses elsewhere allowed a Russian tanker to make the first ever independent winter crossing of the Arctic.

Discover Magazine
Open letter in support of Gold Star Peak  Echo NEws

I am grateful to lend my support for U.S. Army First Sergeant (retired) Kirk Alkire's proposal to name Gold Star Peak.

Echo NEws
CIRI, Golden Valley progressing on Fire Island Wind expansion  Alaskajournal.com

In about a year there could be a few more wind turbines dotting the horizon west of Anchorage, thanks to a Fairbanks utility. Golden Valley Electric Association ...

Could the lure of trails salvage Alaska's economy?  High Country News

A trail along the Trans-Alaska pipeline could be the start of a booming recreation economy.

High Country News
‘Predatory’ Black Bears Kill Two People Within Two Days in Alaska Wilderness  PEOPLE.com

Two people, including a 16-year-old runner, are killed in two days by black bears in the Alaskan wilderness.

NACA Welcomes New Executive Director  PR Newswire

WASHINGTON, April 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Native American Contractors Association (NACA) Board of Directors is excited to announce ...

PR Newswire
Two expert heli-skiing guides' escape from Alaskan avalanche accident  Sports Illustrated

The story of an extreme Alaskan heli-skiing trip, guides Adrian Ballinger and Jerry Nance, human error and an almost-deadly avalanche accident.

Sports Illustrated

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Chugach Alaska Corporation, or CAC, is one of thirteen Alaska Native Regional Corporations created under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA) in settlement of aboriginal land claims. Chugach Alaska Corporation was incorporated in Alaska on June 23, 1972. Headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska, Chugach Alaska Corporation is a for-profit corporation with over 2,200 Alaska Native shareholders primarily of Chugach Alutiiq, Eyak, and Tlingit descent.