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Huna Totem Corporation Board Chair Russell Dick to take the reins as CEO and president
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
After seven years of leading Huna Totem Corporation, CEO and President Lawrence Gaffaney will step down this fall, passing the baton to Board Chair Russell Dick. A Huna Totem shareholder, Dick will begin his new role on Oct. 1.
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Every year more than 6,000 people turn the Kenai Peninsula village of Ninilchik into a city during Salmonfest.
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
KETCHIKAN — Ketchikan Public Utilities will be replacing the water main within Mill Street this summer between July 5-Oct. 1. To minimize the impacts on residents and businesses, the following provisions will be made:
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
SITKA — The Alaska Marine Safety Education Association is conducting a six-day Marine Safety Instructor Training at the Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka from Sept. 19-24.
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
The North Douglas Neighborhood Association is hosting a picnic and business meeting at the Sandy Beach log shelter on June 25 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
KETCHIKAN — The Ranger Districts for the Tongass National Forest are switching their mailing list from snail mail to email.
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
KETCHIKAN — On Saturday, June 25, the City of Ketchikan and PeaceHealth, will celebrate the culmination of a goal set nearly a decade ago with a ribbon cutting ceremony to present the new Ketchikan Medical Center Surgery and Clinic Addition.
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
JUNEAU — The State Board of Education and Early Development announced the appointment of Dr. Michael Johnson as Commissioner of Education and Early Development. Governor Bill Walker has approved the appointment, which will officially begin July 1, 2016.
web-posted Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Governor Bill Walker has proclaimed June 20–26 to be Alaska Invasive Species Awareness Week. During this time, Alaskans are encouraged to educate themselves on invasive species, participate in local cleanup and management activities, and take steps to prevent new infestations in Alaska.
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