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Bridge work begins again

Wilder Construction crews warm up the new Soldotna Bridge while frigid temperatures continue. Once on a deadline of December 31, 2006 to have the...

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Photo Feature: Bridging the gap

...Miss Becky?s preschool class from Cook Inlet Academy are shown in this undated photo bringing care packages to Wilder Construction workers building the new bridge in Soldotna. The students also made a thank you poster. The care package consisted...

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People
Group effort blazes new trail

...Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and Wilder Construction for their generous donation of time, labor and...Sholin were part of the DOT crew who helped out. Wilder Construction, the folks that built the bridge, generously...

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Letters
Construction on bridge to resume

...question. ?We will start with some work next week,? said David Dickhaus, Alaska assistant division manager for Wilder Construction Company in Anchorage, on Tuesday. ?We haven?t finalized the work schedule yet.? Originally, Wilder...

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Bridge even more temporary

...Moon More than half of the temporary bridge Soldotna motorists came to depend on is now no more than a memory as Wilder Construction bridge workers are making headway on removal of the structure. Begun in the spring of 2005, the temporary bridge...

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Support makes a big difference

...using Craig Taylor Equipment dug a hole next to the back of our building off Kalifornsky Beach Road in Soldotna. Wilder Construction donated gravel, which was spread by board members Dayne Clark and Kevin Skiba using equipment from Alaska Sure...

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Letters
Dinners do more than feed those who help us

...the volunteers and local businesses that contributed to the dinner fund this year and made it another success: Wilder Construction Co., Salamatof Native Association Inc., Peterkin Distributors, Country Foods, M&M Market, Kakivik Asset...

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Letters
Slikok Creek open to spawning salmon

...road crossing for the new Slikok culvert as a cost savings measure, ?The Watershed Forum working together with Wilder Construction, and the City of Soldotna was able to save $30 to $40 thousand dollars in this way and next year the City has...

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Goodbye 2007

...the old bridge onto a temporary bridge across the river two years earlier before the old bridge was removed by Wilder Construction and work began on building the new one. Several members of the public attending a Soldotna City Council meeting...

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Peninsula Clarion - News

...trail access wouldn't have been possible without the cooperation of several individuals and entities. He said Wilder Construction and Carl High, the Department of Transportation district superintendent, provided invaluable planning time...

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