Fire Island Wind Achieves Record Production
When it comes to wind energy, it seems reasonable to assume that the windiest months produce the most energy. Not so, says Chris Jimenez, operations manager for the Fire Island Wind Project.
Anchorage Votes by Mail on April 3
In December 2015, the Anchorage Assembly approved a resolution implementing a Vote by Mail election process beginning with the 2018 regular election.
Descendant Spotlight: Danielle Larsen
Beadwork, painting and sewing – when it comes to creating art, CIRI descendant Danielle Larsen (Inupiaq, Koyukon Athabascan and Unangan Aleut) doesn’t play favorites.
CIRI President and CEO Meets with Young Professionals Group
CIRI understands that young people represent our future business leaders. Where it can, CIRI is happy to share knowledge with them – whether they are CIRI shareholders or descendants, or simply members of the communities in which we work and do business.
Safe to Sleep
As Tribal people, we are no strangers to higher-than-average rates of a laundry list of diseases and other health disparities. Among these are sleep-related deaths, including Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, which are a leading cause of infant death in Alaska between two months and 1 year of age.
Mortgage Program Helps Alaska Native People Achieve Home Ownership
Home ownership – the cornerstone of the American Dream and a traditional signpost of success. However, soaring home prices, low inventory and strict, inflexible criteria for mortgage applicants can mean the dream is all but out of reach for many Americans.
CIRI will mail or directly deposit its first quarter 2018 dividend of $8.87 per share (or $887 per 100 shares) by 6 p.m. Alaska Daylight Time on Friday, March 30 to all shareholders with a valid mailing address on file with CIRI as of 3 p.m. Wednesday, March 21.
Recipe: Raspberry Sorbet
Submitted by Raven’s Circle reader Nate Teague. As the author wrote about this recipe, “A delicious, refreshing sorbet full of yummy raspberries. Serve on its own or topped with fresh fruit.”
2018 Shareholder, Elder and Youth Award Nominations
CIRI is accepting nominations for the 2018 awards to be presented at the CIRI and The CIRI Foundation Friendship Potlatches this fall. The nomination deadline is June 4, 2018.
2018 Summer Internship Application Period Now Open
CIRI is now accepting applications for its 2018 Summer Internship program. The application deadline is May 11, 2018.
CIRI/Weidner Partnership Capitalizes on Market and Sells Arizona Property
In the early 2000s, Phoenix, Ariz., was one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the U.S. But in 2008, in the midst of the Great Recession, Phoenix housing prices declined quickly. Numerous Alaskans flocked to the area to purchase second homes or investment properties at bargain rates.
Anchorage Vote by Mail – April 3, 2018
In 2015, the Anchorage Assembly approved a resolution directing the Municipal Clerk’s Office to explore implementing a Vote by Mail election process beginning in 2018. The 2018 Regular Municipal Election will be the first to implement a Vote by Mail election system.
Save the Date: 2018 Senior Native Youth Olympics
The 2018 Senior Native Youth Olympics will be held April 26-28 in Anchorage.