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Two Eastern Oregon roadways received funding from the Federal Highway Administration in the form of 2005 National Scenic Byway grants. Hells Canyon National Scenic Byway and Elkhorn National Forest Byway will receive grants worth $445,000 for improvement projects including the installation of interpretive signs and kiosks and hospitality training for businesses.

 

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