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  • Weed killer in cereal? Maybe, but no need to panic

    Weed killer in cereal? Maybe, but no need to panic

    Saturday, August 18 2018 1:41 PM EDT2018-08-18 17:41:36 GMT

    Parents around the country were instantly startled and worried when headlines about a weed killer in children's cereal and snack bars caused a stir on social media this week. According to NBC News, a report from the Environmental Working Group Wednesday stated that it had found traces of the pesticide glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, in certain popular breakfast cereals. 

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    Parents around the country were instantly startled and worried when headlines about a weed killer in children's cereal and snack bars caused a stir on social media this week. According to NBC News, a report from the Environmental Working Group Wednesday stated that it had found traces of the pesticide glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup, in certain popular breakfast cereals. 

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  • Boyds fire near Kettle Falls now 31 percent contained

    Boyds fire near Kettle Falls now 31 percent contained

    Saturday, August 18 2018 1:03 PM EDT2018-08-18 17:03:36 GMT

    FERRY COUNTY, Wash. - The Boyds Fire near Kettle Falls has another uptick in containment percentage, now at 31 percent as of Saturday morning. The fire remains at 3,065 acres and has 887 personnel working on it. Friday, crews worked to prepare the fires northwest edge for burnout operations. Those burnouts will take place in small increments and only when conditions are favorable.

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    FERRY COUNTY, Wash. - The Boyds Fire near Kettle Falls has another uptick in containment percentage, now at 31 percent as of Saturday morning. The fire remains at 3,065 acres and has 887 personnel working on it. Friday, crews worked to prepare the fires northwest edge for burnout operations. Those burnouts will take place in small increments and only when conditions are favorable.

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  • Yellowstone continues effort to restore native fish

    Yellowstone continues effort to restore native fish

    Saturday, August 18 2018 12:51 PM EDT2018-08-18 16:51:13 GMT
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    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) - Wildlife managers are undertaking a project to eliminate nonnative fish from the upper Gibbon River drainage in Yellowstone National Park. Beginning Monday and continuing through the week, biologists will remove nonnative rainbow trout and brook trout using the fish toxin rotenone. To ensure the removal of nonnative fish, the treatments will be repeated in 2019 and, if needed, in 2020. 

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    YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) - Wildlife managers are undertaking a project to eliminate nonnative fish from the upper Gibbon River drainage in Yellowstone National Park. Beginning Monday and continuing through the week, biologists will remove nonnative rainbow trout and brook trout using the fish toxin rotenone. To ensure the removal of nonnative fish, the treatments will be repeated in 2019 and, if needed, in 2020. 

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