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On April 16, as the coronavirus attacked communities across Washington, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it is rolling back our water quality standards that are the most protective of human health in the country.

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Last week, the Nisqually Valley News relocated its offices from the pristine quarters provided by the fine owners of the Northeast Plaza Drive Southeast office where we’ve operated for about a decade to a new location about a football field or two away on Creek Street. 

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