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Why Not All Wolf Advocates Oppose Killing the Profanity Peak Pack

By sticking to the playbook, they hope the lethal action helps lend credence to recovery efforts.

 

Trump Expected to Hold Rally in Everett Tuesday

He’ll also hold a fundraiser in Bellevue.

 

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Will the EPA Drop the Hammer on Washington’s Water Polluters?

The federal government may soon impose far stricter regulations on how much arsenic and mercury can be in our state’s waters.

 

Advocates Propose Sweeping Reforms to Homeless Sweeps

A coaliton including Real Change and Columbia Legal aims to rein in the mayor’s encampment evictions.

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The Man Who Burned Down Chief Seattle’s Lodge

A son-in-law to Chief Seattle, William DeShaw is one of the most mysterious characters in Puget Sound history.

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Breathing New Life Into Smith Tower

Don’t worry. The elevator operators aren’t going anywhere.

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Do Urbanists Have a Wilderness Problem?

Density foes argue the whole point of being in Seattle is the ability to get out of it…with a car.

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Trump in Seattle: A Recommended Itinerary

The Republican candidate could learn a lot from our city. Will he?

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Illustration by Jeffrey Veregge

Humans Have Been Visiting Mount Rainier For More Than 9,000 Years. Why?

In the last 10 years, significant archaeological finds in the Cascades have expanded our understanding of ancient mountain culture.

Illustration by Jeffrey Veregge
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When Bail Is Set, the Rich Walk and the Poor Go to Jail

Locked up for being poor.

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A trail cam photo of one of the loose hogs. You might call the file format JPIG. Photo courtesy of WSFW

Free Wilbur: The War Against Feral Swine Comes to Washington

Last week, the last of several feral pigs reported in Central Washington was tracked down and killed by USDA Wildlife Service officials armed with a helicopter and a shotgun.

A trail cam photo of one of the loose hogs. You might call the file format JPIG. Photo courtesy of WSFW
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Seattle’s Boomerang Throwers: Returning Champs

A team largely made up of Seattle-area throwers recently won the World Boomerang Cup in Germany.

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