The state Health Department has temporarily closed the harvest of oysters, as well as clams and mussels, from Commencement Bay and the Tacoma Narrows because of an increase in paralytic shellfish poison.
The state Health Department has temporarily closed the harvest of oysters, as well as clams and mussels, from Commencement Bay and the Tacoma Narrows because of an increase in paralytic shellfish poison. Craig Hill chill@thenewstribune.com
The state Health Department has temporarily closed the harvest of oysters, as well as clams and mussels, from Commencement Bay and the Tacoma Narrows because of an increase in paralytic shellfish poison. Craig Hill chill@thenewstribune.com

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