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Northrim leads 11% growth for state banks

Alaska’s banks had a healthy 2014 in spite of the nervousness over falling oil prices, spurred by increased consumer market confidence and commercial construction.

Budget battle on as deficit defies cuts

Does Alaska have a revenue problem or a spending problem?

EYE ON WALL STREET: Stocks rally, bonds sell off in February

The mixed-up world of investing in emerging markets

Leaders rally against Army force reductions

Community leaders in Anchorage and Fairbanks are rolling out the red carpet for a Pentagon team visiting Alaska that is considering possible reductions of Army troops at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage and Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks. The visitors will be in Anchorage Feb. 23 and in Fairbanks Feb. 24.

EYE ON WALL STREET: U.S. stocks sink, bonds rally, dollar rises against yen, euro

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Area varsity soccer teams go 1-1-2 in opening weekend of play

The Chugiak Mustang girls varsity soccer team secured the only victory among four games played by both local high school boys and girls teams during the opening weekend of competition Saturday at The Dome. The Lady Mustangs upended East, 2-0, on goals from senior Madeline Elliassen and freshman Carson Head. Both strikes, one each half, come off corner kicks served up by Michelle Eliassen and Briana Romesha, respectively.

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Chugiak girls place sixth at state

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Simply Unique Hair Salon opens downtown

It’s been a whirlwind year for Simply Unique Hair Salon owner Tina Novotney. The purchase of a new hair salon, baby number two in November, a month of maternity leave, then back at the new business she started, which she said only recently got a sign indicating the new name.

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