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This is from the Bellingham Herald

BAKER CITY, Ore. - Over the next three years Wallowa-Whitman National Forest officials will for the first time limit where people can pilot most motorized vehicles.

The first of the new restrictions on motor vehicles, which won't apply to snowmobiles, would confine them to certain roads and trails along the South Fork of the Burnt River near Unity.

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This is from the Bellingham Herald

BAKER CITY, Ore. - Over the next three years Wallowa-Whitman National Forest officials will for the first time limit where people can pilot most motorized vehicles.

The first of the new restrictions on motor vehicles, which won't apply to snowmobiles, would confine them to certain roads and trails along the South Fork of the Burnt River near Unity.

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I don't know if you have ever been to jon's peak in oregon, but there's a tons of land that we can ride on there right now and now the city of jacksonville is trying to take away a large part of that too...

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