A long-awaited and inexplicably delayed decision from the Alaska Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional a bill passed in 2018 to pay off the state’s oil tax credit debt.
Country artists Randy Houser and Kendell Marvel will perform in Wasilla Feb. 27, at the Jim Beam Jam in Anchorage on Feb. 28 and in Fairbanks Feb. 29.
Lewis, who plays Anchorage this week, started out with the alternative rock group Staind. He’s since scored a number of country hits.
The duo has been a favorite at the annual Backyard Country BBQ and Northern Lights Country Series — they wrote their radio hit “Backyard Family Barbeque” in an Anchorage hotel room — and now Elvis Monroe is bringing a full band back.
It was only about five years ago that Boyd was “virtually homeless” and trying to make ends meet singing demos Nashville. Then he got the call to audition for NBC’s singing competition, “The Voice.”
Staying humble isn’t hard for Swindell, who spent three years selling T-shirts on tours with Luke Bryan and every bit of his free time honing his songwriting craft.
Jerrod Niemann is a platinum-selling country artist with No. 1 hits “Lover, Lover” and “Drink to That All Night” among a slew of other top 40 songs.
The allure of summertime Alaska -- specifically, world-class fishing -- plays a big role in the success of the annual country music event, according to promoter Brad Erickson and singer-songwriter Kendell Marvel.
After ducking the issue for years, it is long past time for the Legislature to either follow the formula or change it.
Any contractor who ends up getting a bid to renovate the Benson building better insist on getting paid up front.
Relations between commercial and sport fishermen in Alaska's Cook Inlet had long been frosty, but the campaign waged against Bristol Bay setnetter and Fish Board member Webster deepened the chill.
OPINION: It's just not right. To receive a net in a time of desperate need, subsistence fishermen were forced to sign a statement absolving pollock trawlers of any significant role in Western Alaska's low salmon runs.
Nearly a year after the Anchorage Assembly voted to end vehicle emissions testing, the city is still waiting for a final OK from the federal government. A 30-day comment period and six-month wind-down in the city ordinance will push the end of the program into 2012.
After more than a decade of discussion and dickering, the North Pacific Fishery Management Council approved sweeping changes to its observer program at its October meeting to now include all vessels longer than 40 feet.