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2014/08/19 18:02
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GRAYLAND — A 30-foot humpback whale washed ashore Sunday at Grayland on the Washington coast north of Westport. Kathryn Myrsell with the Westport Aquarium tells KBKW it appears to have been dead for...
2014/08/19 18:02
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2014/08/18 01:49
2014/08/18 01:49
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A ban on campfires in approved fire pits has been lifted on state lands in Western Washington. The burn ban was imposed when conditions became so dry that state land managers wanted to avoid the risk...
2014/08/18 01:48
2014/08/18 01:48
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By Associated Press A black-bear cub burned in a devastating Washington state wildfire is making a slow recovery at Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care. The cub, named Cinder, still has third-degree burns on...
2014/08/16 01:34
2014/08/16 01:34
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ILWACO, Wash. — We're on the "firing line," rods locked and loaded at the infamous Buoy 10 fishing deadline as the world's largest ocean sweeps in across its most dangerous bar — under, around, over...
2014/08/14 17:12
2014/08/14 17:12
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A female cub burned in the Carlton Complex Fire holds her injured paws up near a French Creek home before being airlifted to California for treatment. Photo courtesy of Steve Love By Ann McCreary A...
2014/08/12 23:41
2014/08/12 23:41
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WA Department of Fish and Wildlife director to step down at end of year | Fishing | The News Tribune The News Tribune Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent...
2014/08/12 21:48
2014/08/12 21:48
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Salmon are distinguished among lesser fish for their ability to swim upstream, but not even they can swim over the hydroelectric dams blocking Washington state’s Columbia River. What’s a fish to do?...
2014/08/12 21:32
2014/08/12 21:32
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SEATTLE (AP) - Wildlife officials in Washington state say the otter that attacked a boy and his grandmother as they were swimming in a river has been tracked down and killed. Capt. Alan Myers of the...
2014/08/08 23:50
2014/08/08 23:50
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Wildlife agents kill just one nutria rodent in first week of Capitol Lake hunting | Politics | The News Tribune The News Tribune Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent...
2014/08/08 15:31
2014/08/08 15:31
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... Grove was attacked by an otter that was mauling her grandson in a swimming hole in Washington state last week. Wildlife officials in Washington are hunting for a ferocious river...
2014/08/06 01:28
2014/08/06 01:28
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Shallow sockeye numbers may hint at light salmon return Let the salmon run begin. While the tenacious fish have yet to crest the Issaquah Creek on the way to their spawning ground – and the hatchery...
2014/08/05 15:47
2014/08/05 15:47
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According to Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, the bear cub, now named “Cinder,” was found at a house destroyed in a fire in Methow Valley, which is near Wenatchee, Washington....
2014/08/03 05:26
2014/08/03 05:26
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Birdwatchers in the Mid-Columbia turned into citizen scientists this spring for a pilot study of songbirds that depend on sagebrush to breed. They were out early in the mornings with binoculars and...
2014/08/02 00:56
2014/08/02 00:56
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A rope swing hangs Friday over the Pilchuck River where an 8-year-old boy was attacked by an otter on Thursday. The boy�s grandmother intervened, pulling the otter off, but was seriously injured by...
2014/08/01 17:49
2014/08/01 17:49
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Weather: Not much variation this weekend with temperatures in the mid-80s all three days and a consistent low of 56. Sunshine and blues skies are a go, so make your way outdoors, but drink lots of...
2014/07/31 18:09
2014/07/31 18:09
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Seattle police officer investigated for issuing 66 pot citationsSeattle police officer investigated for issuing 66 pot citations SEATTLE (AP) - A Seattle police officer has been reassigned after a...
2014/07/31 15:31
2014/07/31 15:31
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Visitors to a popular Northwest campground on the Washington-Idaho border were shocked and saddened Tuesday when a horse had to be put down following a cougar attack. The incident occurred near Camp...
2014/07/31 13:44
2014/07/31 13:44
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Volunteers needed for trail repairs Volunteers are needed in August for trail construction and maintenance at Whipple Creek Park in Clark County and Trapper Creek and Indian Heaven wildernesses in...
2014/07/31 01:44
2014/07/31 01:44
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For six months, Columbia River salmon anglers have been waiting for this day. Anticipation for the fall fishing season zoomed off the charts starting late in the winter when Washington and Oregon...
2014/07/29 21:46
2014/07/29 21:46
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GIG HARBOR, Wash. - In the Pacific north-west, we live among behemoths - snowcapped volcanoes, towering trees, great splashing salmon and lattes as big as a child's head. Yet one of the region's...
2014/08/19 18:02
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