Port Angeles teacher plans to fight $125 citation issued for visiting Olympic National Park during shutdown

A $125 citation issued to a Port Angeles teacher for taking a group of international students into Olympic National Park during the government shutdown will stand even after two Olympic Peninsula law authorities contacted the U.S. attorney's office asking it be dismissed.

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A sign with cones is at the entry to the park.
Photo by (Image courtesy Kelly Sanders)
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Jamie Skorheim, MyNorthwest.com Editor
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