Blake Smith, with Puyallup Tribal Fisheries, nets salmon in the 80-year-old  fish trap in Buckley on the White River.  It’s hard and stressful on the fish and will soon be replaced.

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Blake Smith, with Puyallup Tribal Fisheries, nets salmon in the 80-year-old fish trap in Buckley on the White River. It’s hard and stressful on the fish and will soon be replaced. (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)
Environment

New fish trap on White River can handle 1 million salmon a year, biggest facility in nation

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Crime

Police investigate early-morning shooting at Issaquah Costco

Gia Fuda, who was found in the woods after being missing for more than a week, smiles Sunday with her parents Kristin and Bob Fuda at EvergreenHealth Monroe Medical Center.

Missing Maple Valley woman found alive in woods recovering in hospital, parents say

Hundreds of peaceful protesters head west on Columbia Street to be at the 3 p.m. rally in Westlake Park.

 across from SPD HQP


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2 men injured in West Seattle shooting; police investigating

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