This was not a great week to be an animal. Or a small child. …Or an adult who snacks on pet treats, but that one seems like a known risk. Below are five offbeat stories you might have missed on seattletimes.com. Here’s hoping our brethren in the animal kingdom fare better next week.More
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OLYMPIA (AP) — A duck stuck 40 feet above the ground in the backstop netting of a high school baseball field was fortunate that Olympia firefighters were willing to come to the rescue with their 100-foot ladder. KING-TV says David Supensky of For Heaven’s Sake Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation grabbed a ladder when he…More
Wadsworth and Wallingford are not fancy Seattle neighborhoods. They’re a pair of homeless ducks. Ducks. Like, quack quack and so forth. The Seattle Animal Shelter is currently housing the two waterfowl in need of a new place to call home. Or nest. Or whatever it is that ducks do. The shelter said the two web-footed…More
Weather: The weather is looking just great for many days to come, as if summer is actually here. Can that be? We’ll take it. Today the temperature will be in the upper 70s, and some forecasters say it could reach 80 degrees. The National Weather Service forecast. Traffic: The map and…More
The Associated Press LONGVIEW — It seems everyone who sees the duck with a blow dart in its neck on Lake Sacajawea near Longview wants to help. But the duck can still swim and fly, and it flies away whenever anyone approaches too close. Longview Parks Supervisor Curt Nedved told The Daily News people have been calling the city…More