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Topic - Aaron Jackson
Pacific lampreys, primitive fish that play a key role in river ecosystems, may find an easier path around McNary Dam thanks to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Members of the notorious, gay-hating Westboro Baptist Church were forced to stand by as two lesbians said, "I do," just 50 feet from their front doors in Topeka, Kan., on Saturday.
A gay rights activist and philanthropist has purchased the residence neighboring the Westboro Baptist Church headquarters in Topeka, Kansas, and he has painted it as a gay pride flag.
Although not a federally protected species, lamprey numbers have "declined drastically" in the Columbia Basin during the past 30 years, said Aaron Jackson, lamprey project leader for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.
"We're excited to see something like this put in the river," Jackson said.