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Memorial Day

Memorial Day

WHEREAS, America was founded on the principles of liberty, opportunity, and justice for all, and we recognize the generations of brave, selfless, patriotic men and women who have served in the military, and have given their lives protecting and defending our...

EPA and the Biden Administration Block Alaska’s Rights, Threaten Alaska’s Entire Mining Industry

EPA and the Biden Administration Block Alaska’s Rights, Threaten Alaska’s Entire Mining Industry

The Biden Administration’s latest action under the federal Clean Water Act against the Pebble Project would prevent the project from even having a chance to move through a fair and complete permitting process. Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy is warning Alaskans about...

Governor Dunleavy Administration Appealing to Ninth Circuit to Open Federal Land for Native Vietnam Vets’ Allotments and State Land Selections

Governor Dunleavy Administration Appealing to Ninth Circuit to Open Federal Land for Native Vietnam Vets’ Allotments and State Land Selections

Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy said the State of Alaska will continue to push the U.S. Department of Interior to open 28 million acres of federal land in Alaska for land allotments that are due to Alaska Native Vietnam Veterans and land selections due to the State....

Governor Dunleavy Kicks Off First Sustainable Energy Conference, Signs Microreactor Bill

Governor Dunleavy Kicks Off First Sustainable Energy Conference, Signs Microreactor Bill

Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy gave opening remarks this morning at the first Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference, a three-day event where some 90 speakers and a total of nearly 500 attendees are meeting to strategize on how to lower energy costs in Alaska, harness renewable energy, and make Alaska energy independent.

Safe Boating Week

Safe Boating Week

WHEREAS, Alaska offers unlimited outdoor activities on the multitude of available waterways; from kayaking to river rafting, sport fishing to boating, Alaska’s lakes, rivers, and coastline are used for recreation, work, and transportation; and WHEREAS, Alaska has...

Legislature Confirms Dunleavy Administration Priorities: Reading bill, energy diversification, People First initiative, public safety and more

Legislature Confirms Dunleavy Administration Priorities: Reading bill, energy diversification, People First initiative, public safety and more

The 32nd Session of the Alaska Legislature ended yesterday with the completion of a wide range of Governor Mike Dunleavy’s legislative and policy priorities that will move Alaska towards a more secure and stable future. “This year’s session was the culmination of a...

Arbor Day

Arbor Day

WHEREAS, Arbor Day was first recognized by the State of Alaska in 1966, with the intent “to increase public awareness of the vital importance of the conservation and propagation of trees and forests to the everyday life of the citizens of Alaska”; and WHEREAS,...

Governor Dunleavy Highlights Pompeo, Ritter, Richmond, Edwards Among 80 Speakers at Energy Conference, May 24-26

Governor Dunleavy Highlights Pompeo, Ritter, Richmond, Edwards Among 80 Speakers at Energy Conference, May 24-26

Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy’s upcoming Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference brings together subject matter experts and policymakers to engage in robust conversations about Alaska’s vast sustainable resources -- tidal, geothermal, hydro, solar, wind, and hydrogen....

Alaska Mining Day

Alaska Mining Day

WHEREAS, Alaska’s expansive landscapes are known to contain tremendous deposits of gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, coal, gravel, rare earth minerals, and other critical and strategic minerals which are an essential component of our nation’s economic and national...

National Day of Prayer

National Day of Prayer

WHEREAS, in 1952, a joint resolution by Congress declared an annual day of prayer, and in 1988 the law was amended, permanently setting the day as the first Thursday in May each year; and WHEREAS, faith has played a significant role in American history, inspiring...

Agriculture Day

Agriculture Day

WHEREAS, agriculture plays an integral role in the success of every civilization, and was instrumental to the settlement of Alaska. From farmers feeding the miners of the 1800’s gold rush to the settlers of the Tanana Valley, Alaskan frontiersman have seen the...

Correctional Officers Week

Correctional Officers Week

WHEREAS, Correctional Officers are trained law enforcement professionals dedicated to maintaining safe and secure correctional facilities and ensuring public safety; and WHEREAS, the duties of Correctional Officers include the supervision, care, and rehabilitation...

Older Americans Month

Older Americans Month

WHEREAS, the number of older Americans who call Alaska home continues to rise; enriching our communities through their experiences and sharing their strength and resilience; and WHEREAS, Alaska’s older people are esteemed members of our society, and their wealth of...

Small Business Week

Small Business Week

WHEREAS, America’s success has been driven by pioneers who think big, take risks, and work hard. In Alaska, we recognize that our small business sector is one of the greatest strengths of our prosperous state; and WHEREAS, from the storefront shops that anchor Main...

Elks National Youth Week

Elks National Youth Week

WHEREAS, it is our responsibility to guide, inspire and encourage our youth, to go forth and to serve America, our privilege to manifest a lively interest in all their activities and ambitions, and help them become productive citizens; and WHEREAS, to achieve this...

Water Safety Month

Water Safety Month

WHEREAS, Alaska is renowned for its beautiful lakes, rivers, and thousands of miles of coastline, all providing a wide variety of water-related activities for Alaskans and visitors to enjoy the unique outdoor opportunities life in the Last Frontier provides; and...

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