Scientists say the Elwha is the perfect test case for dam removal and restoration science. But that takes money, and experts worry that inadequate or curtailed funds for a full study of the effects on wildlife and fisheries could throw a wrench in their plans.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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Evacuation zone grows for wildfire near Ellensburg
Evacuation zone grew Sunday for a wildfire burning north of Ellensburg.
Hiker hoisted to safety after sliding under bridge
A hiker hoisted to safety after sliding under High Steel Bridge near Shelton.
Search party for missing Mount Rainier hiker scaled back
Search party for missing Mount Rainier hiker scaled back to six people .
Photos: The supermoon seen round the world
The moon last night was huge! Photos of the the supermoon from around the world.
Tim Egan: Let the kids eat dirt
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Fire threatens Entiat homes
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