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First cruise ship arrives in still-snowy, rainy Juneau

...said. About one million people came to Juneau last year aboard cruise ships, according to Nancy Woizeschke, president and chief executive officer of the Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau. She added that more and larger ships are scheduled to...

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Alaska Railroad enacts employee smoking ban

...smokers who work on the Alaska Railroad might want to start chewing Nicorette. Former-Gov. Bill Sheffield, president and chief executive officer of the state-owned railroad, signed an order Tuesday banning smoking by employees while working...

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Ocean Beauty intends to aquire Cook Inlet Processors

...Beauty Seafoods has signed a letter of intent to acquire Cook Inlet Processors, according to Bill Terhar, president and chief executive officer of Ocean Beauty. Cook Inlet Processors has Alaska plants in Gipson Cove, Seward, Nikiski, and Uganik...

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Phase III nears completion at CPH

...Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH) 11 million dollar Phase III expansion is almost complete and according to CPH president and chief executive officer Ryan Smith more new areas should be open and on line by November. ?Phase III will open up the front...

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Council praises Soldotna

...tenants "will soon be realizing our second year of occupancy at the Nat'uh building," said tribal council President and Chief Executive Officer Gloria O'Neill in a letter to Councilwoman Jane Stein. When the tribal council, which represents...

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CIRI execs to split $17 million in telecom stock

...they'll be able to cash in their long-term compensation packages: a pool of about $17 million. CIRI's president and chief executive Carl Marrs, who engineered an extraordinarily successful investment in wireless telecommunications, stands...

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Fire officials question contractors in cause of Interior fires

...unintentionally started by the intertie right-of-way clearing activities,'' said Steve Haagenson, GVEA acting president and chief executive officer. Fire investigators from both the Bureau of Land Management and the state's Division of Forestry...

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CPH on track to finish renovation

...temporary position at the back of the building. The goal for completion is May 1 and, according to Ryan Smith, president and chief executive officer of CPH, the new emergency room should be fully operable at that time. "We've stayed on schedule...

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Tourism industry optimistic for 2010

...giving some in the tourism industry a sense of optimism that consumer confidence is back, said Deb Hickok, president and chief executive officer of the Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau. On the other hand, others are predicting the tourism...

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Native wireless company seeks $550 million refund from FCC

...Native shareholders. ''The licenses hold tremendous promise for the years ahead,'' said Jacob Adams, president and chief executive of Arctic Slope Regional Corp., last January. But the celebrating was soon overshadowed by the dark cloud...

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