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Carefully marking the horizontal and vertical controls needed to accurately layout and thus construct the bridge, Rob Johnston, owner of Johnston Land Surveying, began the preliminary surveying for the 750-foot pedestrian bridge designed to replace the flood damaged trestle at Railroad Bridge Park. Weather permitting, the new bridge will be open by the end of the year. -  Sequim Gazette photo by Alana Linderoth

Building a better bridge

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Construction begins on Railroad Bridge, part of ODT closed

 

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SLIDESHOW: Spirit soars at Air Affaire despite damp weather

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Despite wild weather organizers of the third annual Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire pressed on Aug. 29-30 at the Sequim Valley Airport.

Sequim firefighters keep up wildfire fight in Eastern Wash.

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Four medics/ firefighters latest to travel to fires in Eastern Wash.

New city manager sets priorities

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Bush’s plan: parking, parks and roads for the rest of 2015; plus Random Questions

Welcoming wounded warriors to the water

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Veterans seek healing through fishing in Port Angeles and Sekiu

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