In this May 1, 2015, file photo, Eric Hall, a manager for Taylor Shellfish, displays a couple of burrowing shrimp he helped dig out of the mud below his feet at low tide in Willapa Bay near Tokeland. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)

In this May 1, 2015, file photo, Eric Hall, a manager for Taylor Shellfish, displays a couple of burrowing shrimp he helped dig out of the mud below his feet at low tide in Willapa Bay near Tokeland. (Elaine Thompson/The Associated Press)

State denies Willapa Bay oyster growers’ request to use pesticide

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