Waiting for Miley 

Orick residents want to fix up their town so that tourists will finally stop

Last Monday, as intermittent heavy squalls drenched the grassy lowlands and forested hills around Orick, slicked down the town's main thoroughfare -- Highway 101 -- and whipped up whitecaps on Redwood Creek as it meandered north of town toward the sea,…

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