Ecology investigation underway of the Northport waterfront and city park.
Northport residents demand EPA and/or Teck to install air monitoring based on Ecology’s current air monitoring study that found levels of arsenic and cadmium are still way above safety standards, and Residents continue to b diagnosed with debilitating diseases
Average airborne PM10 arsenic and lead concentrations in the upper Columbia River valley near the international border are potentially the highest known levels in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Likewise, the average airborne cadmium concentrations are potentially the highest known anywhere in three states
Update from The Northport WA Historical Society: The Gallo House is almost ours ("ours" being the residents of Northport)! Tuesday is the closing date and we need less than $5,000 to reach our goal and buy the Gallo House. Many of you have already contributed; thank you, thank you, thank you!! Some siblings and... Continue Reading →
The next Below is a song about Northport I found in some of my Grandparent's belongings. I am not sure when the song was written, or where it was performed. The writer / composer is at the top of the lyric sheet below. ________________________________________________________ Written and composed by: Harris K. Moku, Jr. Special thanks... Continue Reading →
The Original article published at Lake Roosevelt Forum, http://www.lrf.org A three judge panel from the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that aerial deposition from the Teck smelter in Trail, Canada does not constitute "disposal." As such, Teck cannot be held liable for hazardous substances such as lead, arsenic and mercury emitted from Trail smoke... Continue Reading →