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Mike Todd of Glacier Sign and Lighting of Anchorage works at installing signs on the new First National Bank of Alaska at the corner of 10th Street and Glacier Avenue on Thursday.
Meyer named Juneau regional branch manager

First National Bank of Alaska's board of directors recently appointed Jodi Meyer as the new Juneau Regional Branch Manager.
My Turn: Diversifying the Permanent Fund's purpose

Last week at the Innovation Summit in Juneau, Gov. Bill Walker defended his State of the State references to the Alaskan Brewing Company and Matanuska Valley carrots.
FNBA contributes $1 million to local organizations

First National Bank of Alaska contributed over $1 million in financial support to local organizations in 2014, according to a message from the company. The...
No jail time big let-down for union reps

If the carpenters union representatives had their way, Jonathan Henry Smith would be sitting behind bars right now.
Workers diverted to help Glory Hole

A local construction company may now call themselves emergency responders, in a sense.
Alaska bank purchases Bill Ray Center

Anchorage-based First National Bank of Alaska purchased the Bill Ray Center for $3.1 million from the University of Alaska Southeast, the bank announced Monday.
JDHS boys basketball team thanks Fast Break Club

The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team would like to thank all Fast Break Club members and banner and raffle sponsors: Al and Vada Aitken, Rod and Lisa Baker, Dave and Kristin Bartlett, Ryan and Rose Behbahani, Ken and Meghan Brown, Suzie Cary, Christian Carpeneti, Josh and Heather Conn, Teri Dierick, Paul and Sioux Douglas,
UAS closing facilities, cutting jobs

Between a smaller chunk of change from the state and an anticipated decrease in tuition revenue, the University of Alaska Southeast was faced with difficult decisions - what to do with almost $2 million less in fiscal year 2015. Of the $8.
Man pleads guilty to embezzling labor union funds

The financial secretary of a local carpenters union pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling $40,000 of the union's assets over a six-year span. Jonathan Henry Smith, 42, admitted to the felony during a hearing in U.S.


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