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    Centralia, Washington (AP)

    A dispute over the property tax for the Chehalis Tribes’ Great Wolf Lodge at Grand Mound is headed for federal court in Tacoma.

    The tribe filed a request during late September for a court order against Thurston County tax collectors.

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