A driver crosses the Ward Bridge along Woodcock Road and over the Dungeness River this past weekend. Clallam County officials closed the bridge in late June and a section of Woodcock from milepost 2.27 to milepost 2.39 to repair the bridge’s piers and resurface its roadway. Photo by Bob Lampert

A driver crosses the Ward Bridge along Woodcock Road and over the Dungeness River this past weekend. Clallam County officials closed the bridge in late June and a section of Woodcock from milepost 2.27 to milepost 2.39 to repair the bridge’s piers and resurface its roadway. Photo by Bob Lampert

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A driver crosses the Ward Bridge along Woodcock Road and over the Dungeness River this past weekend. Clallam County officials closed the bridge in late June and a section of Woodcock from milepost 2.27 to milepost 2.39 to repair the bridge’s piers and resurface its roadway. Photo by Bob Lampert

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