National parks personnel in the Northwest scrambled Monday to prepare for a shutdown as early snow complicated their work.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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U.S. Park Service
Preserving our natural heritage will require engaging a larger share of the population in outdoor activities. The National Parks won't survive on support from white people with white hair.READ MORE 35 COMMENTS
Bipartisanship rears its head in the Senate Democratic caucus, but Ed Murray is picked as leader as results flip to Republican Don Benton in a key race. Also, Mount Rainier rescue progress and sports controversies.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A recent tiff over showing a critical look at whale-watching activities illustrates a bigger issue: Is there a way to move forward that is good for all? Maybe so.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A couple's life work left the Seattle area a garden of uncommon delights near Graham on the way to Mount Rainier.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A Seattle firm's new project seeking to prove geothermal energy is safe and viable will have to overcome two obstacles: concerns over induced earthquakes and a need for a challenging amount of funding.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
In Whatcom County, the park that would be Washington's biggest, is inching closer to reality. Even as local politicians arm wrestle over its future.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
In Washington, a group of non-profits and volunteers has come together to rebuild Seattle's forests and rescue native trees from invasive species.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The eccentric West through the eyes of Seattle's British expat author is a landscape of strange customs, forlorn towns, and back roads. His mantra: "To be alone is to be safe."READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Seattle's landmark George Carmack House, a gold rush icon, is in jeopardy again. Finding a savior is proving tough in this recession.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
An urbanist who loves walking finds that pedaling and paddling have their own benefits.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
While Pioneer Square is being buffeted by big projects and tough economic times, work is proceeding on an urban trail network to make the historic district more connected and foot-friendly.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
The worst developments in Northwest heritage and historic preservation for 2010.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Some worry that the city is practicing "demolition by neglect" at Sand Point. But a budget disagreement between the mayor and City Council over Building 30 could show why investing in historic structures is valuable to a city in need of revenues.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
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