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Records show a dispute over cleanup requirements for chemically tainted water. The company denies there’s a disagreement.
Tribes, farmers, cities and other groups make some headway in the Stillaguamish River Basin.
The 92.5-acre property near Valley View had been proposed as surplus before neighbors rallied.
Six geese, a snake and blue herons were covered in oil at a retention pond outside Achilles USA.
Backers say HB 1099 would limit sprawl and cut greenhouse gases. Critics fear it would hurt housing options.
Farmer Frog is operating on unleased land and could cause environmental harm, the county alleges.
A plan to capture fish from Sunset Falls near Index and release them in the river is open for public comment.
The haul included 213 wood pilings, 15 concrete pilings, 47 steel pilings and a “Speed Limit 15” sign.
Nearly 100 houses will be built around a former construction-waste landfill east of Silver Lake.
Island County has 196 miles of shoreline to protect as sea levels rise. And erosion is only one of the challenges.
They are well into their 70s and are speaking up for environmental protection in Island County.
With economic uncertainty, homeowners and businesses have put the brakes on alternative energy plans.
Dykeman Architects has designed sustainable buildings for more than a quarter-century.
The permit allows Lake Erie Gravel Pit to expand its operations from 17.7 acres to 53.5 acres.
It’s a regular occurrence: A rescued bird was released back into the wild after convalescing.
Four departments will merge into one beginning in February. The largest focuses on county parks.
A center to produce innovative wood products could stabilize Darrington’s drained timber economy.
New parking on Smith Island is now available, along with an annual waterfowl hunting season.
The rate of gas being released has slowed substantially and will continue to diminish over time.
The Tulalips are expanding efforts to protect land and water that are integral to their identity.