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Articles from Alaska Business Monthly (February 1, 2004)

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A buyer's market: though interest rates are rising, there are still plenty of reasons to invest in the Alaska housing market. Bonham, Nicole A. 2067
A golden anniversary: Craig Taylor Equipment Co. turns 50 this year and celebrates in style. Cutler, Debbie 668
A history lesson: engineering in Alaska has come a long way. Nyman, Frank 1936
Alaska Airlines. Brief Article 151
Alaska Business Monthly's 2004 Engineering Directory. Directory 8419
Alaska Contractors win construction awards. Pilkington, Steve 123
Alaska Native Heritage Center: building for the future: this nonprofit organization promotes cultural diversity and celebrates Alaska Native traditions. Morgan, Barbara 1374
Alaska trends for February. Illustration 1954
Alaska USA Trust reaches $3 billion. Pilkington, Steve Brief Article 103
All-Alaska gas pipeline is gaining high test support. McCorkle, Vern C. 646
Alpine reaches 100 million barrel mark. Pilkington, Steve Brief Article 232
Bankruptcies from October 2002 to October 2003: bankruptcies rose during 2003, but decline from month-to-month comparison from 2002-03. Roesler, Heidi Brague Brief Article 258
Build Alaskan Gas Pipeline to continental U.S. Advertisement 113
Cancer care now closer to home: whether you live in rural Alaska or the state's largest city, there is likely some type of cancer care available to you if you need it. Orr, Vanessa 2274
Commuter rail makes commute easy for Valley residents: when completed it will offer more than travel between Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley. It will also offer commuter service between downtown Anchorage, the Dimond Center and the airport. Wentworth, Cynthia 1776
Engineer of Year Nominees, 2003: these men and women bring honor and skill to their career fields. 1890
Engineering plans change at Anchorage airport due to Sept. 11: safety is of the utmost concern, and AMC Engineers is designing with that measure in mind. Caballero, Christy 1635
Engineers and surveyors in demand in Alaska: getting that engineering degree makes good cents in Alaska. Bonham, Nicole A. 2268
February 2004 calendar of events. Calendar 822
First National Bank Alaska. 138
Fiscal plan. Advertisement 98
Fuel cells: technology of the future? Jones, Patricia 1271
Governor fights Bristol Bay legal fees. Pilkington, Steve Brief Article 244
Integrated Business Solutions: one-source business solution in Alaska. 492
Mad Dog Graphx. Brief Article 134
Mercury Data partners with Sun Microsystems. Pilkington, Steve Brief Article 137
Native contractors enjoying success: Alaska Native construction companies help to build Alaska. Martin, Gary L. 886
PFD determination. Advertisement 82
Superior education. Advertisement 179
Taking the surprise out of hiring: she wore a business suit to the interview and a sleeveless dress yielding tattoo-covered arms her second day of work. He seemed kind and mild-mannered at first meeting, but later was found to have anger-management issues. What do you do to prevent such outcomes? Curry, Lynne 1070
Technology helps Mother Nature on North Slope: ice and plastic are used to build temporary roads to oil exploration sites. Martin, Gary L. 1268
The succulent sounds of seafood: despite difficulties in the industry, the Alaska Symphony of Seafood celebrates all our fisheries have to offer. Pilkington, Steve 570
Turning a cold climate into cold cash: Fairbanks is doing research that is leading the way to economic benefit from its Arctic environment. Ricketts, Ron 1014
Unit company: its secret is to combine commitment with quality, and a proven ability to perform. Martin, Gary L. 1386
Whale Pass Lodge. Brief Article 115

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