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Involvement required

...reducing overall costs. Public ownership of the oil pipeline will make a natural gas pipeline and a replacement oil line possible. Lack of maintenance is risky. Owning a home, like receiving the dividend, brings involvement. Dae Miles Fairbanks
Forget the road; build a railroad

...downhill.) Putting your car on the railroad until your destination, while you ride in comfort, also means that tourists do not need to bring their vehicles to Alaska or buy a tour package. They can just ride the railroad. Dae Miles Fairbanks
Yukon Quest announces best finances in 6 years

...leaders announced a $38,000 surplus, the largest the organization has seen in six years.Leaders of the 1,000-mile Fairbanks-to-Whitehorse sled dog race announced the budget at their annual meeting Thursday. Board President Bill McDonald...
A railroad, not a road, is the future of Alaska

...with all the benefits without all the environmental and social costs. An Alaska-Canada rail connection would be a natural part of an overall railroad plan for Alaska's connections to airports, seaports and the capitol. Dae Miles Fairbanks
Corporations and consumption for an individual in need or for the people. Fran Ulmer supports education and long-term investment for Alaska's future. She has always taken the time to talk issues with me. Fran is the right choice for governor. Dae Miles Fairbanks
Modest proposal: Build a railroad instead

...your car on the railroad, too. Price of fuel, minimal environmental impact, reduced transportation costs and many tourist options are all good reasons why a railroad to Alaska and Juneau is a good investment for everybody. Dae Miles Fairbanks
Juneau Empire Online Local News: Yukon Quest registration is now open 7/2/97

...competition early Tuesday, the first official sign-up day for the Quest. The 15th annual running of the 1,000-mile Fairbanks-to-Whitehorse event gets underway Feb. 8. At least two mushers - O'Donoghue and last year's seventh-place...


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