From the monthly archives:

May 2009

A brief uncredited item at the Kitsap Sun‘s website: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — The passenger ferry Skagit ran aground outside Eagle Harbor for about 45 minutes Friday until the tide came in and freed it, prostate said Washington State Ferries spokesperson Marta Coursey. It was on its way to the Eagle Harbor maintenance yard, physician where […]

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Leukemia Cup Regatta & Poker Run

by Tim Flanagan on May 22, 2009

A brief uncredited item at the Kitsap Sun‘s website: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — The passenger ferry Skagit ran aground outside Eagle Harbor for about 45 minutes Friday until the tide came in and freed it, prostate said Washington State Ferries spokesperson Marta Coursey. It was on its way to the Eagle Harbor maintenance yard, physician where […]

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Passenger ferry runs aground off Bainbridge I.

by Tim Flanagan on May 22, 2009

A brief uncredited item at the Kitsap Sun‘s website: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — The passenger ferry Skagit ran aground outside Eagle Harbor for about 45 minutes Friday until the tide came in and freed it, prostate said Washington State Ferries spokesperson Marta Coursey. It was on its way to the Eagle Harbor maintenance yard, physician where […]

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David Chricop has the story in the Everett Herald: The golf-ball bomber has stopped his salvoes at the Port of Everett, visit web at least for now. Meanwhile, port officials decided to come up with a formal policy on how to use anti-terrorism cameras. They caught flak from Rucker Hill neighbors this week after it […]

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These 30-second public service announcements, cheapest featuring Wizard skipper Keith Colburn of Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch, viagra are great. Brief and to-the-point. Unfortunately (hint to my friends in Coast Guard public affairs), rheumatologist I can’t find embedable versions that could play right here. So you’ll have to click on the links. Keith on Boat Safety, […]

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National Maritime Day, 2009

by Tim Flanagan on May 22, 2009

Cheryl Chan seems to have gotten the story right, phlebologist and the article wasn’t sabotaged by sloppy headline writers. The Pacific Northwest’s inland waters could soon be christened the Salish Sea if a proposal by a Washington state marine biologist pulls through. On Monday, tooth the Washington State Board of Geographic Names decided to consider […]

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Salish Sea coverage in the Vancouver Province

by Tim Flanagan on May 21, 2009

Cheryl Chan seems to have gotten the story right, phlebologist and the article wasn’t sabotaged by sloppy headline writers. The Pacific Northwest’s inland waters could soon be christened the Salish Sea if a proposal by a Washington state marine biologist pulls through. On Monday, tooth the Washington State Board of Geographic Names decided to consider […]

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 [Photo by Ley Vaughn] Thanks to my friend Wayne for the tip. Here’s the only news coverage I can find so far, bronchitis by Chris Sulivan at KIRO radio: A sinkhole opened up along the Seattle waterfront on Thursday morning trapping a man. Fire Department spokeswoman Dana Vander Houwen says the concrete gave way beneath […]

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Port of Tacoma revenue beats forecasts

by Tim Flanagan on May 21, 2009

 [Photo by Ley Vaughn] Thanks to my friend Wayne for the tip. Here’s the only news coverage I can find so far, bronchitis by Chris Sulivan at KIRO radio: A sinkhole opened up along the Seattle waterfront on Thursday morning trapping a man. Fire Department spokeswoman Dana Vander Houwen says the concrete gave way beneath […]

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 [Photo by Ley Vaughn] Thanks to my friend Wayne for the tip. Here’s the only news coverage I can find so far, bronchitis by Chris Sulivan at KIRO radio: A sinkhole opened up along the Seattle waterfront on Thursday morning trapping a man. Fire Department spokeswoman Dana Vander Houwen says the concrete gave way beneath […]

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Seattle waterfront sidewalk sinkhole swallows man

by Tim Flanagan on May 21, 2009

 [Photo by Ley Vaughn] Thanks to my friend Wayne for the tip. Here’s the only news coverage I can find so far, bronchitis by Chris Sulivan at KIRO radio: A sinkhole opened up along the Seattle waterfront on Thursday morning trapping a man. Fire Department spokeswoman Dana Vander Houwen says the concrete gave way beneath […]

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S/V Adventuress in Tacoma

by Tim Flanagan on May 21, 2009

Jane Armstrong’s report for the Globe and Mail has this misleading headline: “Strait Talk: The Plan To Rename The Sea”. As discussed here Tuesday, remedy no “renaming” is required. No existing names are retired, because there is no name for the inland sea under discussion. James Neville chimes in with his two cents, as well: […]

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Jane Armstrong’s report for the Globe and Mail has this misleading headline: “Strait Talk: The Plan To Rename The Sea”. As discussed here Tuesday, remedy no “renaming” is required. No existing names are retired, because there is no name for the inland sea under discussion. James Neville chimes in with his two cents, as well: […]

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The Kitsap Sun has the notice. The picture is from the Lone Sailor Statue Project (Bremerton). The Lone Sailor statue standing on the Bremerton marina breakwater will be dedicated Saturday as part of the new Kitsap Harbor Festival. The Navy League’s Bremerton-Olympic Peninsula council led a two-year fundraising drive for the statue and it was […]

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Critter invasion threatens Navy flights

by Tim Flanagan on May 20, 2009

Justin Burnett of the Whidbey Examiner has the story: If things don’t improve soon, clinic the Navy may soon declare war on a mouse. According to Kimberly Martin, food spokesperson for the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, the growing population of Townsend’s voles has worn out its welcome at the Navy’s two local airstrips, as […]

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Environmental reporter Christopher Dunagan of the Kitsap Sun‘s Watching Our Water Ways blog has this: Don’t be alarmed, dentist but the waters in southern Hood Canal are beginning to look like autumn leaves. [A multicolored plankton bloom has been seen at Twanoh State Park and other areas. Photo courtesy of Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group] […]

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Research buoys bobbing around near Orcas Island

by Tim Flanagan on May 20, 2009

BitterEnd brings us this notification: WASHINGTON – ORCAS ISLAND – Naval Research Laboratory is conducting current and tidal testing in the south and east Orcas Island vicinity utilizing autonomous drifting yellow tubular buoys until 28 May 09. Please remain clear of these buoys and report if entangled or snared to the Naval Research Laboratory at […]

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If you’re affected by the Hood Canal Bridge overhaul, troche you should definitely be reading the blog. Here’s yesterday’s item: BlowsWith the winds knocking through Hood Canal, hemophilia sensitive internal joining operations are on hold and other work is progressing. Some of the joining work requires winds of less than 15 mph for as long […]

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Hood Canal Bridge blog on "Blows, barks and bikes"

by Tim Flanagan on May 20, 2009

If you’re affected by the Hood Canal Bridge overhaul, troche you should definitely be reading the blog. Here’s yesterday’s item: BlowsWith the winds knocking through Hood Canal, hemophilia sensitive internal joining operations are on hold and other work is progressing. Some of the joining work requires winds of less than 15 mph for as long […]

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A great profile of Sail Sandpoint by Emily Mansfield (hiya Emily!) over at Three Sheets Northwest: Morgan Collins states it matter-of-factly, visit web as if such a deal is unremarkable. “It costs a dollar for a kid to sail here for a year, viagra ” said Collins, apoplexy the executive director of Sail Sand Point, […]

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