People who want to leave a remembrances for law enforcement ranger Margaret Anderson can do so at two locations when Mount Rainier National Park reopens Saturday.
People can leave items at a memorial being set up on the porch of the Wilderness Information Center at Longmire or inside the Henry M. Jackson Memorial Visitor Center at Paradise. At the visitor center there also be a notebook in which people may write messages and leave remembrances.
Park officials are asking visitors not to leave items at the Nisqually entrance for safety and traffic flow reasons.
The park is scheduled to reopen at 8 a.m. Saturday. The gate at Longmire will open when crews have the road to Paradise cleared of any new snow.