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Recreational razor clamming canceled at Kalaloch Beach during government shutdown

Because of the partial shutdown of the federal government, the upcoming razor clam digs scheduled for this weekend, January 19-21, have been canceled, the Olympic National Park announced Wednesday in …
Mike Ferry flips sand as he rapidily digs for a razor clam during the first day of a short season at the beach at Grayland in 2003. A razor clam dig planned at Kalaloch on the Olympic Peninsula this weekend has been cancelled because of the partial government shutdown.
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