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Two Alaska Airlines planes will soar through the sky sporting the University of Alaska schools' logos starting March 2014. The airline is honoring the university's two main campuses by painting one 76-seat Bombardier Q400 turboprop with an Anchorage
Alaska A Fairbanks city councilman who routinely votes unsuccessfully to reject federal grant money finally won a budget skirmish this week. Councilman Lloyd Hilling cast the lone "no" vote Monday to submit a grant proposal for a new city ambulance...
Alaska The University of Alaska Board of Regents could boost tuition rates and approve the next budget Wednesday when they meet at the Anchorage campus. The university says in a statement that tuition rates are proposed to increase $6 per credit hour
Alaska State Sen. Lesil McGuire says she hopes the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission can recommend policies that address issues from Arctic resource development to social health. The Anchorage Republican tells the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://bit.
Alaska A University of Alaska Fairbanks spokesman says delivery of a new Arctic research vessel is being held up by adjustments to operating systems. TEkoA) reports the 261-foot Sikuliaq (see-KOO'-lee-ak) was to reach Seward in January but is two to
Alaska The state education department and University of Alaska Southeast have announced a new partnership to oversee the online consortium known as Alaska's Learning Network. The Department of Education and Early Development and UAS want to focus
Alaska (AP) An anthropologist seeking a job as archaeology curator at the University of Alaska Museum of the North will speak at a public seminar on prehistoric subsistence next week. University of Alaska Fairbanks officials say Kathyrn Krasinski (
Alaska Fairbanks North Star Borough officials hope a $125,000 appropriation will be enough to keep a recycling drop-off center open at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. UAF officials threatened to shut down community recycling bins in a campus
Alaska The University of Alaska system plans to hand out about 4,400 degrees, certificates and endorsements this spring. UA, in a news release, says it's seen a steady increase in numbers over the past five years. For the 2009 academic system, the
Alaska The University of Alaska Board of Regents is delaying consideration of a tuition increase at the UAF School of Management. The proposal calls for a 25-percent hike for upper division and graduate classes starting in fall 2014. The increase