<strong>Lonnie Archibald</strong>/for Peninsula Daily News
                                Kalaloch clam diggers are pictured in March 2010. The state Department of Fish & Wildlife canceled scheduled digs this year at the behest of Olympic National Park.

Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News Kalaloch clam diggers are pictured in March 2010. The state Department of Fish & Wildlife canceled scheduled digs this year at the behest of Olympic National Park.

Government shutdown leads to cancellation of Kalaloch razor clam digs

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