Comparing Careers for Electrical Wiremen and Linemen
History of Northwest Lineman College
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Foreman was Elmer Klassen. Transforming this antique into a reliable source of power for a growing community would be a big job. A job for skilled linemen. Wages were low. Benefits were few.
Beyond the small lake in front of him, a broad grass valley gave way to an escarpment of spruce and pine that climbed until it ran out of oxygen, leaving exposed the tops of a snowcapped, snaggletooth row of 14,foot peaks. Gossage bought one cabin in this enclave in , just as his Hall of Fame pitching career took root. Ever since, the cabins have served as retreats — to hunt elk, fish for trout and revel in the solitude.