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  • Stillaguamish hoping grant money will save chinook salmon

    Everette, Washington (AP)

    Few of the Northwest's struggling salmon runs are as close to extinction as the chinook that spawn in the south fork of the Stillaguamish River.

    With only 100 to 200 adult fish returning each year, some fish biologists say the population could die off at any time.

    Local fish experts plan to tap into $4.5 million in salmon recovery money Snohomish County recently won from the state to make a last-ditch effort to save the fish.

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