Photo: Long-distance taco truck

In this Sunday, July 1, 2012, photo provided by Taco Bell, a Taco Bell truck lands in front of the Cultural Center in Bethel, Alaska. On cable TV, the residents of Bethel, could see the ads for Taco Bell, McDonald's and Olive Garden, but had few ways to get them. So when rumors began swirling about Taco Bell coming to town, there was joy. It turned out to be a hoax, and now Taco Bell officials are trying to right a wrong, flying in food for the locals. (AP Photo/Taco Bell, Harvey Ranola)

In this Sunday photo provided by Taco Bell, a Taco Bell truck lands in front of the Cultural Center in Bethel, Alaska. On cable TV, the residents of Bethel, could see the ads for Taco Bell, McDonald’s and Olive Garden, but had few ways to get them. So when rumors began swirling about Taco Bell coming to town, there was joy. It turned out to be a hoax, and now Taco Bell officials are trying to right a wrong by flying in food for the locals.

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