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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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Interior approves updated OCS Lease Sale analysis, clears one hurdle for Shell

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Although unofficial, local track coaches pleased with youth, performances at Mini Meet

Local coaches are feeling a bit more complete, thanks to the showings make by incoming freshmen during the Mini (Me) Meet, held Friday and Saturday at the Anchorage Dome. And while the meet was unofficial, not requiring athletes to secure the requisite 10 practices usually mandated, Chugiak Coach Melissa Hall and Eagle River Coach Matt Turner were able to get baseline times for this season’s athletes.

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Mustang royalty return to Chugiak to remember and retire jerseys

The best athletes to don the Columbia Blue and Black of the Chugiak Mustangs will be on hand this Friday for recognition of past accomplishments and to retire their high school jerseys, announced Chugiak Activities principal Jim Bell last week.

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