August 2, 2020, 04.16 PM

This proposal also allows the Department of Natural Resources to retain ownership of the bus, and decide future uses, including whether to lend it out for display and where.

“I believe that giving Bus 142 a long-term home in Fairbanks at the UA Museum of the North can help preserve and tell the stories of all these people,” Feige said.

“It can honor all of the lives and dreams, as well as the deaths and sorrows associated with the bus, and do so with respect and dignity.”

The department anticipates signing final paperwork within the next few months. 

(Writer: Mark Thiessen) 

Source: https://apnews.com/5d4f072c2e1dd029525a216c83cf48ca 

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