While some non-profits across the Upper Susitna Valley and the state are struggling to find more volunteers and keep membership, one non-profit has made a surprising decision in order to keep volunteers acyive, attract more members and keep the organization viable. Sue Deyoe has the story on a historic decision made by a Talkeetna organization…
The Sunshine Transit program is ramping back up for spring and starting their full time schedule. (more…)
Today’s deadline for the public to comment on the proposed expansion of the military training range has been extended again. The Alaska Command will now accept public comments for two more weeks until March 4. (more…)
The Talkeetna Historical Society is in a state of disarray and at a meeting on Tuesday night, concerned Talkeetna residents and remaining board members began formulating a plan to get the non-profit’s reorganization under way.
The executive director of the Denali Arts Council has handed in her resignation, effective February 28. Mindy Lindgren has been leading the organization for four years, first as the business director, then the executive director. (more…)
As the Talkeetna Water and Sewer board continues to struggle with balancing their budget, a new proposal was put before businesses who are hooked up to the water and sewer system. (more…)
In this month’s business feature, KTNA highlights a small company dealing with the big issues of our time: power, energy and how to “go renewable.” Diana Haecker spoke with Mac and Nancy Dolecki about their company called Talkeetna Alternative Energy Systems.[audio:http://ktna.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/20110204-businessfeatureFEB.mp3|titles=20110204-businessfeatureFEB]