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Meeting with EPA on What’s Upstream frustrates lawmaker
Meeting with EPA on What’s Upstream frustrates lawmaker
A U.S. House member says he left meeting with EPA over What's Upstream advocacy campaign "mostly frustrated."

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EPA and tribe: State should stay out of What’s Upstream
EPA and tribe: State should stay out of What’s Upstream
EPA and Swinomish tribe say the Washington Public Disclosure Commission isn't the proper venue to investigate What's Upstream.
Battle lines drawn in Washington over new wells
Battle lines drawn in Washington over new wells
Washington House committees drill deeper into whether lawmakers should intervene to blunt court ruling that could stop new wells from being drilled for rural homes.
Washington farmer wins national wheat yield contest
Washington farmer wins national wheat yield contest
An Eastern Washington wheat farmer has topped the National Association of Wheat Growers' revived yield contest.
Wheat growers oppose dam breaching during public scoping meeting
Wheat growers oppose dam breaching during public scoping meeting
Wheat growers and members of other ag industries are being encouraged to participate in a public comment process and make their opinions known on the operation of the Columbia-Snake river system.
SugarBee apples head to stores this month
SugarBee apples head to stores this month
A new apple variety, SugarBee, that may rival Honeycrisp, is being test marketed for the first time in stores this month by Chelan Fresh Marketing.
In Washington, scavengers play role in wolf policy
In Washington, scavengers play role in wolf policy
The difference between a 'confirmed' and 'probable' wolf attack in Washington is a matter of investigators getting on scene before the scavengers.
Hunting and fishing licenses available online again in Idaho
Dallas, Texas,-based Active Network reported a computer breach in August with the possibility that millions of records in Idaho, Oregon and Washington, including Social Security numbers, might have been compromised.
Washington cattlemen pick Walla Walla rancher for president
Washington cattlemen pick Walla Walla rancher for president
Walla Walla rancher Tyler Cox installed as president of the Washington Cattlemen's Association
Tree fruit meet to talk technology, Cosmic Crisp
Technology and Washington’s new Cosmic Crisp apple are among many topics orchardists will hear and talk about at the Washington State Tree Fruit Association’s annual meeting, Dec. 5-7.
Line workers honored with new WSU Extension award
Line workers honored with new WSU Extension award
WSU Extension recently unveiled a new award for line workers at their annual food safety and sanitation workshop in Portland.

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