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Walsh Construction Company II, LLC
December 26, 2017
ANCHORAGE (AP) — Some remote communities in Alaska's northernmost region are finally getting a commodity long taken for granted in much of the U.S.: high-speed internet.
Until now, the region tapping into the new broadband relied on a notoriously slow satellite connection.
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