Lecture marks closing of bridge exhibit



A Thursday evening lecture at the Clark County Historical Museum will mark the closure of the “Bridging the Gap” exhibit, which documents the history of the Interstate 5 bridge.

The museum, at 1511 Main St., will be offer free admission beginning at 5 p.m.

At 7 p.m., Robert J. Miller, a professor at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland and chief justice of the Grand Ronde Tribe’s court of appeals, will give a lecture on “Manifest Destiny, Indigenous Peoples and the Oregon Country.”