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Jennifer Dunn
Mud, mud go away
Mud, mud go away

Besieged by chronic flooding that wipes out roads and trails as fast as maintenance crews can rebuild them, Mt. Rainier National Park may finally get some relief from its mounting repair bills. The House of Representatives passed a bill last month that would add 800 acres on the northwest border of the park in Washington state, allowing a new access road to popular trails and moving a campground away from the rampaging Carbon River. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Mt. Rainier —A photograph of Mt. Rainier with an article about Mt. Rainier National Park in Tuesday's Outdoors section should not have been published because it was a digital composite of three images, and thus...

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