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Burned ex-ranger station is being replaced

Willard Tool House, built in 1940, in Willard, Wash., that had been scheduled for demolition, will instead be moved 25 miles to Peterson Prairie in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest west of Trout Lake. Forest Service hopes to have it ready for the public recreation rental program by 2015.

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Willard Tool House, built in 1940, in Willard, Wash., that had been scheduled for demolition, will instead be moved 25 miles to Peterson Prairie in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest west of Trout Lake. Forest Service hopes to have it ready for the public recreation rental program by 2015.



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