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Caltrans: Highway 101 open north of Leggett

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Highway 101 reopens this evening to one-way traffic

Working through the weekend and the rain, Caltrans crews cleared a large portion of a landslide on Highway 101 just north of Leggett by early Monday morning and had it open by Monday evening. “Mother Nature really threw us a curveball her...

By Will Houston whouston@times-standard.com @Will_S_Houston on Twitter|

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