Sophia Murillo of Kennewick, left, and Frank Carr of Sequim are overcome with curiosity and wade into the Columbia River to check out an estimated seven-foot long dead sturgeon at the east end of Pasco’s Wade Park near Road 39. More than 80 sturgeon and an estimated 1.5 million fish died at hatcheries during this year’s record-high temperatures. The record heat and ensuing drought are among the top stories of 2015.
Sophia Murillo of Kennewick, left, and Frank Carr of Sequim are overcome with curiosity and wade into the Columbia River to check out an estimated seven-foot long dead sturgeon at the east end of Pasco’s Wade Park near Road 39. More than 80 sturgeon and an estimated 1.5 million fish died at hatcheries during this year’s record-high temperatures. The record heat and ensuing drought are among the top stories of 2015. Tri-City Herald file
Sophia Murillo of Kennewick, left, and Frank Carr of Sequim are overcome with curiosity and wade into the Columbia River to check out an estimated seven-foot long dead sturgeon at the east end of Pasco’s Wade Park near Road 39. More than 80 sturgeon and an estimated 1.5 million fish died at hatcheries during this year’s record-high temperatures. The record heat and ensuing drought are among the top stories of 2015. Tri-City Herald file

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