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Engaged On Energy

Engaged On Energy

  Welcome to this week’s “Engaged on Energy”.  I’m Rick Whitbeck, and tonight, let’s focus on a phrase heard all too often today, especially by those looking to transition from a traditional energy mix to one based on a ‘green’ methodology.   The phrase is “leave it in the ground”, and it is often associated […]

Engaged On Energy

Engaged On Energy

Welcome to this week’s “Engaged on Energy”.  I’m Rick Whitbeck, and tonight, we’re going to talk about this whole push to “go green” with our nation’s energy grid.  Hey, I’m not adverse to adding jobs to our nation’s economy by integrating wind, solar and hydro solutions to our electric grid, and although I question electric […]

Engaged On Energy

Engaged On Energy

  Whether you’re tuned in tonight in Wyoming or Alaska, or streaming us on the web, good evening, and welcome to our very first “Engaged on Energy” segment.  I’m excited to bring a discussion on energy to you tonight and every Friday night moving forward. I’m Rick Whitbeck, the Alaska State Director for a national […]

September 8 Hometown Hero

September 8 Hometown Hero

The Hometown hero for September 8 was chosen after he received a promotion from the Anchorage police department. Please join us in congratulating Captain Brian Wilson on his promotion! Captain Wilson has been with the APD for nearly 14 years serving in various leadership roles. Most recently, he was the Lieutenant of Special Operations, where […]

One Dead In Raft Accident

One Dead In Raft Accident

On September 5, at about 4:30 PM, the Juneau Police Department was notified of an accidental drowning death on Eagle River, located about 4-miles North of Glacier Highway, off the Amalga Trail. Two men had taken rafts down Eagle River, after a group had spent the night at the Eagle Glacier cabin. While going down […]

Unknown Emergency Locator Transmitter Signal Update

On August 29 around 8:59 PM, the Alaska State Troopers were notified of an active Emergency Locator Transmitter signal approximately 38 miles North West of St. Mary’s. Civil Air Patrol aerial searchers from Bethel responded to the area and did not locate any aircraft wreckage, but confirmed the presence of an active ELT signal in […]

Skateboarding Is Art

The Blue & Gold Boardshop and Anchorage Brewing Company will be hosting a Skateboard-themed art auction, Thursday September 9th from 9AM until 9PM. Proceeds will go towards renovating the Taku Skate Park in Anchorage. Local artists and businesses are coming together and raising funds for the Taku Lake Park Skatepark Renovation and Expansion project which […]

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