Moon Pass now open

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WALLACE – Shoshone County road crews have been hard at work plowing Moon Pass and now they have the results to show for it. As of Monday, May 14 the backwoods connection to the southern part of the county is now open.

The County asks that motorists use caution when going over, as the road is very muddy and there will be heavy equipment working on the road for the next week or so.

For any questions, contact Public Works at 208-753-5475.

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