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  • VIDEO: Toxic algae monitored in Thurston County lakes

    Warning signs about toxic algae outbreaks were posted at swimming areas and public boat launches on Long Lake and Pattison Lake in Thurston County on April 7, 2016. Other lakes, including Ward Lake and Black Lake, are also being monitored for toxic algae, which can be dangerous to children and pets, officials say.

VIDEO: Toxic algae monitored in Thurston County lakes

Warning signs about toxic algae outbreaks were posted at swimming areas and public boat launches on Long Lake and Pattison Lake in Thurston County on April 7, 2016. Other lakes, including Ward Lake and Black Lake, are also being monitored for toxic algae, which can be dangerous to children and pets, officials say.
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