Highway 35 opens

News staff writer

December 9, 2006

Snow plow sentinels at Little John on Highway 35 will stand down starting today as the highway reopens at 5 a.m., five weeks after flood devastated portions of the transportation link. ODOT had stationed crew members during the day and hired contractors at night to ensure unauthorized vehicles did not pass. The highway opening also makes possible today’s season opening at Mt. Hood Meadows.

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