Thursday May 16
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Union Pacific Corporation Declares Quarterly Dividend
The Board of Directors of Union Pacific Corporation has declared a quarterly dividend of 69 cents per share on its common stock, payable July 1, 2013, to stockholders of record May 31, 2013.
Tue May 14, 2013
Union Pacific Receives "Sector Perform" Rating from RBC Capital
's stock had its "sector perform" rating reaffirmed by RBC Capital in a research note issued on Tuesday, StockRatingsNetwork reports.
Mon May 13, 2013
Sleeping giants awaken: Railroads speak about high-speed rail project.
In the last month, two railroads, Union Pacific Railroad and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad Company spoke out with less than flattering comments about the building of the rail project.
Road closures during SJ grafitti cleanup
The city of San Jose is stopping traffic to eradicate an eyesore. Starting Monday night, the city will close portions of Highway 101 near old Oakland Road and surrounding streets to get rid of graffiti.
Meadowlark Trail Progress
There is progress to report on the Meadowlark Trail , which will connect Lindsborg and McPherson over a distance of about 13 miles on the former right-of-way of the Union Pacific Railroad.
Sat May 11, 2013
1905 passenger rail car rolls into Granby to new home
A 108-year-old, first-class passenger coach has arrived in Granby, as the latest addition to the holdings of the Moffat Road Railroad Museum.
Wellton man hit by train, severing arm
A Wellton man was flown to a Phoenix hospital after his arm was severed by a train near Tacna on Friday night.
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Fox Creek Road bridge to be revamped
A two-lane bottleneck on Fox Creek Road that leaves pedestrians in peril is on track to be widened to include four lanes, a sidewalk and a bike trail in about five years.
Ozark Seeks Restoration Of Rail Crossing
May 11--An ongoing dispute between the city of Ozark and Union Pacific Railroad over access to the Arkansas River and city-leased property at Oliver Street continues.
Kirkwood Train Station Open House on National Train Day
The following information was provided by the Kirkwood Police Department in a news release.
Railroads hiring many war veterans
Mark Major once led a team of soldiers in combat in Iraq. Now, he leads a team of railroad employees.
Fri May 10, 2013
Construction project near Rosemead Blvd. to cause delays
Residents and commuters should expect delays starting on Monday because of construction from the Union Pacific Railroad underpass to Callita Street.
Harmony Road lane closures loom on Saturday and Sunday
Traffic on East Harmony Road in Fort Collins will slow Saturday and Sunday as Union Pacific Railroad crews install a new railroad signal system.
Moffat Road Railroad Museum welcomes rare 1905 passenger coach
A 108-year-old first-class passenger coach arrived in Granby on Tuesday, May 7, as the latest addition to the holdings of the Moffat Road Railroad Museum.
Thu May 09, 2013
Longtime supplier exec McClure out as Meritor CEO
Longtime auto supplier executive Charles "Chip" McClure has departed as chairman, CEO and president of commercial truck supplier Meritor Inc.
Union Pacific Trains Collide Near Grand Junction
A Union Pacific Railroad coal train has collided with another train carrying cargo containers in central Iowa derailing 20 cars and shutting down a section of the company's mainline track.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Linking a nation together
Why was May 10, 1869, a significant date in American history? Because that was the day when the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroad construction gangs met at Promontory Point in Utah and watched the two rail lines joined by a golden spike hammered into place by Leland Stanford, president of the Central Pacific.
Wed May 08, 2013
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Ontario, LAWA agree on railroad separation project near airport
The city of Ontario and Los Angeles World Airports have come to an agreement - though not the one you might be thinking.
Glenwood Springs Post-Independent
Eighth Street link back in city's crosshairs
The potential to obtain some remaining federal stimulus money, and a possible shift in thinking by the Union Pacific Railroad about the "wye" section of the local rail line, could help the city of Glenwood Springs accomplish one of its long-desired infrastructure goals.
Tue May 07, 2013
The Papillion Times
OPS Subdistrict 4: Differing visions for 'change'
The time for finger-pointing is over, Omaha school board incumbent Justin Wayne says.