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New Suspension Bridge cables in service as diving welders dismantle supports | Local Govt. and Politics

Diving welders are dismantling the steel supports that held up the Suspension Bridge until its cables were replaced, but pieces of the supports will remain as hidden souvenirs. On Monday, workers dug through 20 feet of river mud to reach the base of the first of three sets of two 50-foot piles, which were driven …

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Running across the Evergreen State to raise money for Cancer | News

ELLENSBURG, WA – Ryan Backlund, A man in Kittitas Valley set a goal to run the top 50 trails in Washington state to help raise money for a local cancer foundation. “Cancer touches everyone,” said Cathie Day, a board member of the Gretchen Weller Foundation. “I don’t think you can talk to any person who …

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Proposal to amend zoning regs for golf development heads to council | Westerly

WESTERLY — After more than six hours of deliberations and hearings, the Planning Board has signed off on and recommended adoption of proposed zoning regulation changes sought by the owner of Winnapaug Golf Club. The matter now moves to the Town Council, which has final authority on changes to the regulations. The board issued its …

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Construction underway on $4.1 million Mandan indoor tennis complex | Mandan

A new tennis complex in north Mandan will be serving recreational opportunities by next year. Construction is underway on a 41,600-square-foot indoor tennis center east of Starion Sports Complex on Old Red Trail. The domed facility will offer six indoor tennis courts, three of which will be multistriped to allow for 10 pickleball courts. The …

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