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    This 30-foot by 80-foot boulder was part of a massive landslide that covered part of Idaho 14 in 100,000 tons of debris in February. Breaking apart the boulder was a major step in restoring access to towns cut off by the landslide, including Elk City. Contractors worked to remove the boulder March 19 and 20. For more about the landslide, go here: http://www.idahostatesman.com/news/state/idaho/article64619687.html

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