Lori Tobias

Oregonian

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Staff writer for the Oregonian, covering the Oregon coast

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Officials in Oregon are facing the daunting challenge of what to do with a Japanese ship dock, torn from its moorings by last year's tsunami, now washed up on a popular state beach. …

Giant Dock, Tsunami Debris Wash Ashore in Oregon

Officials in Oregon are facing the daunting challenge of what to do with a Japanese ship dock, torn from its moorings by last year's tsunami, now washed up on a popular state beach. …

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