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Forbes magazine ranks Horizon Credit Union as third best credit union in the state

Forbes magazine has named Horizon Credit Union as one of the top five credit unions in Washington. The Spokane Valley-based credit union is ranked third on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Credit Unions in Washington, trailing Tumwater-based O Bee Credit Union and Richland-based HAPO Community Credit Union.

N. Idaho credit union robber gets 4-year sentence

An Alaska man who robbed a credit union in North Idaho in July was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison followed by three years of probation. Karl Erik Erickson, 33, of Palmer, Alaska, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Coeur d’Alene.

Pig hunt at Pines lesson in finance

The idea of a $250 prize has convinced students at North Pines Middle School in the Central Valley School District to learn about personal finance. The Piggy Treasure Hunt kicked off Monday, as students learned there are clues hidden throughout the campus. If the students find a clue, they take it to a teacher who will give them a worksheet to complete before they can move on to the next clue. They have a checklist to make sure they are getting the worksheets and clues in the correct order so no one can find the pig without doing the work.

Community center expansion expected to house more services

Northeast Community Center officials will break ground Monday on a $3.7 million project that will nearly double the size of its building at 4001 N. Cook in Spokane. Director Jean Farmer said the expansion will be the center’s third in the 27 years since it was founded to serve the Hillyard area.

Area banks replacing plastic after breach

A massive nationwide financial data leak will mean several thousand credit and debit card holders in the Inland Northwest will get notices this week warning them to replace their plastic. At least four area credit unions and banks say they’ve begun telling credit and debit card holders that their information might have been part of a large security breach reported last week by New Jersey-based Heartland Processing Systems.