The Homer Electric Association (HEA) will update residents on the current state of its Grant Lake hydroelectric project in a public meeting on Thursday at the Moose Pass Community Hall.
Bankrupt Buccaneer Energy Ltd. is demanding more than $20 million from the State of Alaska, days after appearing to sell its remaining assets.
The Tsalteshi Trails Association has identified its next set of priorities to include purchasing a snow grooming snowmobile and a permanent outhouse.
Alaskans concerned with mining in transboundary watersheds often aren't aware of the cooperation between the state and provincial governments, according to a British Columbia resource official.
I am fascinated by how plants and animals are named. Elodea, the first submersed freshwater invasive plant to infest Alaska, was named by the famous French botanist Andre Michaux. Michaux was first sent to the U.S. in 1785 by Louis XVI.
Remarks from state legislators representing the Kenai Peninsula during an Alaska LNG Project update focused on local impact and project finances.
An Anchorage-based attorney sent a letter dated June 27 on behalf of his Kalifornsky Beach Road area client threatening a lawsuit if the Kenai Peninsula Borough doesn't take action to mitigate floodwaters.
A dispute over natural gas rights and royalties is on hold as the producer works out its finances in a South Texas Bankruptcy Court. Representatives for Houston-based Buccaneer Energy, Cook Inlet Region Inc.
A federal South Texas Bankruptcy Court has ruled that Cook Inlet Region Inc. can continue its quest through the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission for natural gas royalties from the state and Buccaneer Energy.
It was with a great deal of relief last week that the Clarion reported the successful rescue of six people who had ended up in the Kenai River after boating accidents.
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