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As two logging trucks leave Norbord's oriented-strand board plant Monday morning in Solway, a long line of semitrailers - 26 at the time of this photo - wait to unload wood. The plant stopped accepting timber Nov. 23 because it had too much at the time. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Back on board: Solway plant reopens to wood deliveries

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After closing to timber deliveries more than three weeks ago, Norbord opened its oriented-strand board plant at Solway to a line of trucks Monday.

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By midday, the line grew to more than two dozen drivers looking to unload timber. That was up from 12 when the plant opened its gates at 7 a.m.

For area logging companies, the reopening came just in time.

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