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    Skip Dickman and his father, Bud Dickman, visit the gigantic head saw that will be reassembled as the new centerpiece for Dickman Mill Park on the Ruston Way waterfront. Video by Tony Overman

Skip Dickman and his father, Bud Dickman, visit the gigantic head saw that will be reassembled as the new centerpiece for Dickman Mill Park on the Ruston Way waterfront. Video by Tony Overman Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Skip Dickman and his father, Bud Dickman, visit the gigantic head saw that will be reassembled as the new centerpiece for Dickman Mill Park on the Ruston Way waterfront. Video by Tony Overman Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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