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Thursday, 18 May 2017

loobobilly News: Leaving Timber Behind, An Alaska Town Turns To Tourism

Leaving Timber Behind, An Alaska Town Turns To Tourism Timber used to be the economic engine of Ketchikan, Alaska, but after the pulp mill there closed in the '90s, the town turned to tourism. Timber used to be the economic engine of Ketchikan, Alaska, but after the pulp mill there closed in the '90s, the town turned to tourism. Business
Timber used to be the economic engine of Ketchikan, Alaska, but after the pulp mill there closed in the '90s, the town turned to tourism.

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