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Unnamed investor offers up to $60 million for Alaska’s Pebble mine project Email not displaying correctly? [View the web version]( [Anchorage Daily News]( Today's sponsor: [Today's sponsor: Alaska Navigator]( Support independent reporting on what Alaskans care about most. [Subscribe today.]( Good afternoon. It’s Friday, August 12. In today's newsletter: - Following the revelation that Anchorage's health director fabricated his resume, the Anchorage Assembly has launched an inquiry into his hiring and wants a way to independently vet the mayor's appointments. - The embattled Pebble copper and gold mine project has gotten an infusion of $60 million from an unnamed investor to help it overcome permitting hurdles. - With days to go before classes start next week, the Anchorage School District has detailed more clearly how its bus route suspensions will affect students and their families. The school district's plan to [suspend bus service]( for weeks at a time was prompted by a severe driver shortage. We'd like to hear how this disruption will affect ASD families. Are you planning to carpool, or are there other options you're pursuing? If you'd like to share your story and help us report on this issue, you can let us know using [this form](Help us report on this issue by sharing how this has affected you and your family in the form below). 🌧️ Anchorage weather Rain is here to stay for a spell — it's raining today and precipitation is likely through the weekend and into next week. Temperatures will be cool, hovering in the low to mid 60s. Here’s what else is making headlines in Alaska today. — Megan Pacer, mpacer@adn.com [Assembly launches inquiry after report of fabricated resume from Anchorage Health Department head]( [Assembly launches inquiry after report of fabricated resume from Anchorage Health Department head]( Anchorage Assembly members are looking for ways to independently vet the mayor’s top executive appointees and pursue fixes to the issues that led to the city hiring Joe Gerace as health department director. The Assembly will also investigate any impacts Gerace had on the health department and the city. [Read More]( [Unnamed investor offers up to $60 million for Alaska’s Pebble mine project]( [Unnamed investor offers up to $60 million for Alaska’s Pebble mine project]( An unnamed investor has agreed to inject up to $60 million into the embattled Pebble copper and gold project in Southwest Alaska. An official with Northern Dynasty Minerals said the money will help the project through permitting hurdles and challenge decisions by federal agencies against the project. [Read More]( [Anchorage School District provides more details on how rotating bus service will work]( [Anchorage School District provides more details on how rotating bus service will work]( With just days to go before the first day of classes next week, families can now see when the Anchorage School District's bus route suspensions will affect their students. In some cases, students might not be able to take a bus to school for another month and a half. [Read More]( [Arctic security research center opens at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage]( [Arctic security research center opens at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage]( A new Arctic security research center at Anchorage’s Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson officially opened with a ceremony this week, marking a milestone in the federal government’s growing investment in Arctic strategy. [Read More]( [Coming up: Galway Days, Blueberry Festival and Anchorage VegFest highlight a busy weekend]( [Coming up: Galway Days, Blueberry Festival and Anchorage VegFest highlight a busy weekend]( Coming up this weekend: Wasilla will host the state’s biggest reptiles and exotic animals expo, Alyeska Resort celebrates all things blueberry and an [immersive Van Gogh exhibition]( comes to Anchorage. [Read More]( More from the ADN [Wasilla man charged with murder in family member’s shooting death]( [Wasilla man charged with murder in family member’s shooting death]( [Read More]( [Thousands of gallons of diesel fuel spilled at tank farm in Arctic village]( [Thousands of gallons of diesel fuel spilled at tank farm in Arctic village]( [Read More]( [FBI seized ‘top secret’ documents from Trump’s Florida estate, newly unsealed warrant shows]( [FBI seized ‘top secret’ documents from Trump’s Florida estate, newly unsealed warrant shows]( [Read More]( [Consistency and coaching have been key in keeping the East High football pipeline flowing]( [Consistency and coaching have been key in keeping the East High football pipeline flowing]( [Read More]( [Legislative committee boosts budget for Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. investigation]( [Legislative committee boosts budget for Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. investigation]( (Via Alaska Beacon) [Read More]( [Get digital access to the ADN for as low as $1.99 for the first month]( and help us cover the news that matters most here in Alaska. 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