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In retirement, still trucking

...In 1956, the Interstate Act was passed, he said, which meant the Road Commission blended into the state's Bureau of Public Roads. Campbell met his future wife, Marl, in Juneau in 1957, and the two went out, dancing all night. The two...

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Dangerous mail trail holds significant past

The unsung heroes of the early years must surely have been the mail carriers who braved the elements to maintain that thin thread of contact with the outside world.

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Outdoors
Peninsula Reflections

...Submitted photo The farthest north covered bridge in North America was built in Cooper Landing under contract with the Bureau of Public Roads in 1929 at a sharp bend of the Kenai River called Schooner Bend. At the time it was constructed, the road it...

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Robert Glenn Woods

...to Palmer, then Wasilla in 2007.In Moose Pass Robert worked for the Alaska Railroad, Estes Brothers and the Bureau of Public Roads before going into business for himself, operating a service station, doing mechanic work, operating a towing...

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