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August 26, 2003 | From Associated Press
Building companies KB Home and Hayward Lumber, as well as office supply chain Staples Inc. -- all major consumers of wood products -- have lined up with environmental groups trying to protect Alaskan forests. The three companies have sent letters to the Forest Service opposing a proposal that would exempt Alaska's Tongass and Chugach national forests from a nationwide prohibition against road building in national forests.
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August 26, 2003 | From Associated Press
Building companies KB Home and Hayward Lumber, as well as office supply chain Staples Inc. -- all major consumers of wood products -- have lined up with environmental groups trying to protect Alaskan forests. The three companies have sent letters to the Forest Service opposing a proposal that would exempt Alaska's Tongass and Chugach national forests from a nationwide prohibition against road building in national forests.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 1991
Warren Hull, an early San Fernando Valley settler who co-founded the Hull Bros. Lumber Co., has died at his Encino home. He was 94. A longtime Encino resident, Hull died Monday of complications of old age, said his granddaughter, Linda Hull. A native of Nebraska, Hull moved to the Owensmouth-Canoga Park area in 1912 with his family.
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April 6, 1988
A compact car carrying students from Brigham Young University collided head-on with a lumber truck on a road near Victorville, killing three of the students and seriously injuring two others. The car's driver, Ross Evan Williams, 18, and two passengers, Daniel James Williams, 20, and Karen Joyce Hanks, 19, died at the scene, said California Highway Patrol spokesman Jim Roden. Passengers Rebecca Ann Burraston, 18, and Johnson Chun-Sing Tong, 22, suffered major injuries.
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April 6, 1988 | Associated Press
A compact car carrying students from Brigham Young University collided head-on with a lumber truck, killing three of the students, including a 19-year-old Fullerton woman, and seriously injuring two others. The car's driver, Ross Evan Williams, 18, of Calabasas, and two passengers, Daniel James Williams, 20, also of Calabasas, and the Fullerton woman, Karen Joyce Hanks, 19, died at the scene Monday, said California Highway Patrol spokesman Jim Roden.
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October 28, 1990
George E. Fessenden, a retired general manager of a lumber company who owned a convenience market in Palmdale, has died in a Palmdale hospital. He was 75. A longtime resident of Palmdale, he died Thursday of complications from heart problems, said his son, George E. Fessenden II. Born Oct. 3, 1915, in Searchlight, Nev., Fessenden came to California as an infant and graduated from San Bernardino High School in 1936. He was later hired by the Hayward Lumber Co.
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