We want to have the money to hire scientists to answer the Interior (Department) scientistsAlaska eyeing major polar bear study May 04, 2008
I'm confident they got the message and they'll do the right thing and put the money in that's neededAlaska warns shipper on tanker maintenance Mar 19, 2008
The sport of horse racing has lost a true friend and key participantHorse breeder Trudy McCaffery dies Feb 13, 2007
RTSC's strong capabilities in training, logistics and engineering services are key enablers in our OPTARSS II team's ability to meet the customer's mission requirementsRaytheon supporting military training Mar 29, 2011
The Cobra Dane radar system is a key platform supporting the Air Force and Missile Defense Agency and Raytheon's operational support and sustainment engineering have been instrumental in meeting the customer's missionsCobra Dane contract given to Raytheon Apr 25, 2011
John Harris (born October 15, 1957 in Glennallen, Alaska) is an American politician and member of the Alaska House of Representatives. He served as Speaker of the House from 2005 to 2008. He was first elected in 1998 and represents the 12th district, as a member of the Republican Party. He was the mayor of Valdez from 1992 to 1996 and a member of the Valdez City Council from 1990 to 1998. John Harris attended Lincoln Electric Welding School in Cleveland, Ohio and Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is the owner of Valdez Industrial Supply, and has been a board member of Horizons Unlimited, Resource of Alaska, and United Way.
He is Chair of the House Committee on Committees and was Co-Chair of the Finance Committee. He is a member of the Armed Services Committee, the ASC Subcommittee on Homeland Security, the Rules Committee, the Legislative Council Committee, and the following Finance Subcommittees: Court System, Governor, Legislature, and University of Alaska. He was a member of the Ethics Committee, the Finance Committee, the Legislative Budget & Audit Joint Committee, and the Finance Subcommittees for Health & Social Services and Corrections.
Harris contemplated running for Alaska governor in 2010, but dropped out of the race over fundraising concerns.