A car makes its way through a winding unpaved section of the Mountain Loop Highway 15 miles outside of Darrington in June 2008. (Jennifer Buchanan / Herald file photo)

A car makes its way through a winding unpaved section of the Mountain Loop Highway 15 miles outside of Darrington in June 2008. (Jennifer Buchanan / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Pave Mountain Loop Highway with good intentions

A new study looks at options other than asphalt paving for the highway’s 14 miles of gravel road.

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