PICTURE THIS: Grant County has drawn down 26 feet of water behind Wanapum Dam to relieve pressure after a crack was discovered in one of the spillways Feb. 24. The move has exposed unstable riverbanks and mud flats not seen since the reservoir was filled in 1964. This sailboat is the only craft in the marina, well away from the river in the background.
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