North Thurston High School students examine their Nisqually River hatchery chinook salmon as they prepare for dissection during biology class. The state biology test continues to be a point of controversy at the Legislature.
North Thurston High School students examine their Nisqually River hatchery chinook salmon as they prepare for dissection during biology class. The state biology test continues to be a point of controversy at the Legislature. Tony Overman Olympian file photo, 2015
North Thurston High School students examine their Nisqually River hatchery chinook salmon as they prepare for dissection during biology class. The state biology test continues to be a point of controversy at the Legislature. Tony Overman Olympian file photo, 2015

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