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Washington farmer’s appeal of Ecology order arrives too late
Washington farmer’s appeal of Ecology order arrives too late
Moses Lake farmer Ron Fode's appeal arrives three days late

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Cranberry harvest begins with volume controls on table
Cranberry harvest begins with volume controls on table
Cranberry harvest starts with growers unsure of how many of their berries will enter the marketplace
Washington orchard strike resolved
A labor dispute at a Quincy, Wash., orchard has been resolved with foreign guestworkers told they maybe rehired next year if they do good work but that there’s no guarantee.
Judge OKs lawsuit seeking better protection of Puget Sound
Oregon-based environmental group takes on Washington’s Department of Ecology.
Internal watchdog says EPA mismanaging toxic site cleanups
report says EPA’s Region 10, which includes Idaho, Oregon and Washington, had stopped or slowed work at 49 Superfund sites.
Orchard gains chance to question Ecology drought decision
Orchard gains chance to question Ecology drought decision
Appeals panel rules Washington orchard can challenge Ecology's decision on drought relief
State funding for new commodity buffers on hold
State funding for new commodity buffers on hold
Funding for new “commodity buffers” is on hold until the state passes its capital budget. The Spokane Conservation District is accepting applications for the Regional Conservation Partnership Program through Oct. 16.
Wolves possibly pair up, kill cow in Washington
Wolves possibly pair up, kill cow in Washington
Two wolves meet up in northeast Washington and kill a cow
Washington court ponders scope of piece-rate work
Washington court ponders scope of piece-rate work
Washington Supreme Court considers piece-rate pay fairness
Apple, pear pickers cope with wildfire smoke
Apple, pear pickers cope with wildfire smoke
Smoke from wildfires in the Cascade Mountains has plagued apple and pear pickers in the Wenatchee Valley and elsewhere in Northcentral Washington for many days. It maybe benefitting fruit more than hurting, but is making pickers’ jobs harder.
GOP invites Inslee to get into well issue
GOP invites Inslee to get into well issue
Republicans seize on builders study to soak Inslee with criticism over Hirst

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