By Garth Meyer
Gazette Columnist 

Right-of-way quest takes county reps to Puget Sound hospital


Last agreements are coming in on the delayed Almota Four road work, including one which county agents obtained from a hospital patient in Puget Sound.

On Tuesday, two county representatives, one of which is a notary, drove west, where an Almota Four landowner is in the hospital. The woman, who had expected to be released and back to the Palouse by this time, requested she sign the papers from where she was.

In turn, county right-of-way agent Dan Hall and Brandon Johnson, administrative supervisor/notary, made the drive.

“We believe we’ll have all the signatures some time Wednesday – o...

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