SUTHERLIN — Saturday’s sunlight illuminated part of a new path the city has opened in hopes it will become a primary destination for walkers and cyclists. The asphalt was still fresh on the first section of the three-mile Red Rock Trail, which opened Monday. Few pedestrians felt it beneath their feet Saturday afternoon, however. A scattering of residents crossed the path near a footbridge over Sutherlin Creek, but the walkway was mostly vacant. People enjoying the weather in nearby Central Park said they were happy about the new path, but weren’t aware it had been cleared for traffic. Sutherlin’s Mike …
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