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Skagit County, Washington, farmers may report roughly $1.5 million annually in elk damage by the time a yearlong survey is done, the county’s assessor, Dave Thomas, said Wednesday.

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Washington snowpack starts the year a bit below normal and warmer and drier than normal weather is expected. But key officials say it’s too early to be concerned.

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SEATTLE — Two more Puget Sound orcas are ailing and probably will be dead by summer, according an expert on the critically endangered population of killer whales that live in the waters of the…

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Steve Pozzanghera, director of the eastern region of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, shares comments made by a member of the public during the wolf advisory group meeting Dec. …

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Northwest hemp farmers scored a major victory on Wednesday with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalized the crop and defined it as an "agricultural commodity."