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Carlile CFO Retires

LeConte to Return to Service June 6

Rep. Young Slams TSA For TWIC Card Reform Delay

Alaska Air Group to Webcast Presentation at the Cowen Securities Sixth Annual Global Transportation Conference

Tustumena Return to Service Delayed

Port MacKenzie Rail Extension Groundbreaking Great Step for Statewide Economic Development

Northern Region - Seasonal WR Effective 06.04.2013

Alaska Develops Ports Central to Local Economies

Alaska Develops Ports Central to Local Economies

Alaska has more miles of seacoast—6,640—than any other state in the United States. The number two state is Florida at 1,350 miles of seacoast. If you count in tidelands, Alaskans have direct access to the ocean from about 34,000 miles of coast. A lot of that coast is rocky and forbidding and some of it is frozen for a large part of the year.

Northern Region - Seasonal WR Effective 06.04.2013

Port MacKenzie Rail Groundbreaking Tuesday 2:15 pm

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