The Post-Intelligencer's Robert McClure provides news that regulators in the state of Washington want to tear down a 210-foot-high dam to restore salmon runs and perhaps give the area's beloved Orcas more to eat. The dam is in Glines Canyon, and is 50 feet higher than the previous record holder among intentionally-removed dams, it says here. That one was in Tennessee. It's not a long story, but anything with a biggest-ever anything catches the eye. The Seattle Times's Warren Cornwall says that when it first goes down, the dam removal will send enough dirt and gravel through the Elwha River to fill a million dump trucks. The dam was built in 1913.