Navy’s final EIS sticks with 36 new Growlers at Whidbey base

The Growlers are quieter than Prowlers, the Navy said, but are perceived louder due to engine frequency.

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Merkley focuses on Oregon, postpones decision on 2020 bid

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State has plan to better prevent and respond to wildfires

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