The state Department of Fish and Wildlife met with tribal leaders Tuesday in Shelton but talks over salmon fisheries reached an impasse, according to a state news release.
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife met with tribal leaders Tuesday in Shelton but talks over salmon fisheries reached an impasse, according to a state news release. Jeffrey P. Mayor
The state Department of Fish and Wildlife met with tribal leaders Tuesday in Shelton but talks over salmon fisheries reached an impasse, according to a state news release. Jeffrey P. Mayor

State, tribes break off salmon talks again

April 19, 2016 12:46 PM

UPDATED April 20, 2016 01:00 PM

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