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  • Part of Route 167 will be closed to replace a culvert near Pacific

    Crews working for the Washington Department of Transportation will shut down state Route 167 near Pacific to install a new fish friendly culvert under the freeway.

Crews working for the Washington Department of Transportation will shut down state Route 167 near Pacific to install a new fish friendly culvert under the freeway. Adam Lynn alynn@thenewstribune.com
Crews working for the Washington Department of Transportation will shut down state Route 167 near Pacific to install a new fish friendly culvert under the freeway. Adam Lynn alynn@thenewstribune.com

Shutdown of Route 167 might frustrate drivers but should leave fish tickled

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