Now that the dispute over speed limit signs on Highway 95-Grangeville have ended, how about a sign, “Drive at your own risk,” being installed leaving Grangeville on Highway 13 to Harpster? Between the frost heaves, truck ruts and potholes, you have to drive all over the road to avoid destroying your tires and car’s suspension. If you meet a truck or car at a bad spot, you just have to grit your teeth and take the punishment.

Before someone gets hurt, we should see a sign or, heaven forbid, something fixed.

Mike Smith

Clearwater

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