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Once drained for farming, 150 acres at Port Susan is returning to its natural state.
I’m not exactly your picturesque fan — but I love a good monster truck show, and here’s why.
Find classic fair favorites and some new additions at the Evergreen State Fair through Sept. 2.
An Oregon professor spent a year on Whidbey studying river otters for insight into the environment.
Some brides-to-be may be left without a dress after a burglary at Brides and Beyond.
The gray whale washed up Sunday. Its gender, age and cause of death have not been determined.
North Cascades Crew spent six years raising money, and volunteers worked long days building it.
Held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement while on vacation, the Enriquez Olvera family has been released.
Little information has been provided since they were arrested Thursday near Tucson, Arizona.
Don Ballard, who has volunteered at the event for about 30 years, was named this year’s Fair Honoree.