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Economic meltdown not being felt in Hyder, Alaska


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Hyder, Alaska is detached from the rest of the United States. It sits just across the northern B.C. border near Stewart.

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It seems like everyone is caught up in the fluctuating economic system in the United States. Everyone, that is, except the residents of Hyder, Alaska - just across the B.C. border. We caught up with Caroline Stewart of Boundary Gallery and Gifts in Hyder for her take on the situation.

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