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Forest tree removal continues


Road work and tree removal could cause short-term delays for travelers wanting to drive on roads in Medicine Bow National Forest the Brush Creek/Hayedn Ranger District.

Contractors have been hired to cut and remove trees in the forest that may be hazardous to visitors.

The contractors will carry out work in the district throughout the summer and fall, according to a press release by the Forest Service and Department of Agriculture.

The work could cause traffic delays, temporary detours or even complete road closures, according to a press release.

The Forest Service states that the road...

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