From the monthly archives:

April 2010

For sale: Neil Young’s exquisite old boat

by Tim Flanagan on April 26, 2010

TERESA YUAN  has this story at KING 5 News: SEATTLE – Holland America’s MS Amsterdam arrived in Seattle from Russia early Monday as the cruise season gets under way. The Port of Seattle brought in custom agents from out of state to help deal with the large crowd. The MS Amsterdam is on a 108-day […]

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Seattle cruise season gets under way

by Tim Flanagan on April 26, 2010

TERESA YUAN  has this story at KING 5 News: SEATTLE – Holland America’s MS Amsterdam arrived in Seattle from Russia early Monday as the cruise season gets under way. The Port of Seattle brought in custom agents from out of state to help deal with the large crowd. The MS Amsterdam is on a 108-day […]

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Underwater videographer John Williams

by Tim Flanagan on April 26, 2010

Great video from People for Puget Sound: Christopher Dunagan has this profile in the Kitsap Sun: physician John Williams of Suquamish makes speaking appearances in the Puget Sound region. His next local appearance is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday at the Seabeck Conference Center. (LARRY STEAGALL | KITSAP SUN)” src=”http://media.kitsapsun.com/media/img/photos/2010/04/23/20100423-180155-pic-619399728_t607.jpg” width=”460″ height=”307″ /> [In addition to […]

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Salmon Says “Fight Pollution”

by Tim Flanagan on April 26, 2010

John Stark has this story in the Bellingham Herald: BELLINGHAM – Cleanup crews were at work Thursday evening, allergist April 22, more about to contain a diesel fuel spill from a commercial fishing vessel inside Squalicum Harbor. Katie Skipper, spokeswoman for the Washington Department of Ecology, said the spill from the 102-foot Muir Milach left […]

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John Stark has this story in the Bellingham Herald: BELLINGHAM – Cleanup crews were at work Thursday evening, allergist April 22, more about to contain a diesel fuel spill from a commercial fishing vessel inside Squalicum Harbor. Katie Skipper, spokeswoman for the Washington Department of Ecology, said the spill from the 102-foot Muir Milach left […]

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Tacoma’s Commencement Bay health getting better

by Tim Flanagan on April 26, 2010

John Stark has this story in the Bellingham Herald: BELLINGHAM – Cleanup crews were at work Thursday evening, allergist April 22, more about to contain a diesel fuel spill from a commercial fishing vessel inside Squalicum Harbor. Katie Skipper, spokeswoman for the Washington Department of Ecology, said the spill from the 102-foot Muir Milach left […]

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New salmon season details unveiled for anglers

by Tim Flanagan on April 25, 2010

John Stark has this story in the Bellingham Herald: BELLINGHAM – Cleanup crews were at work Thursday evening, allergist April 22, more about to contain a diesel fuel spill from a commercial fishing vessel inside Squalicum Harbor. Katie Skipper, spokeswoman for the Washington Department of Ecology, said the spill from the 102-foot Muir Milach left […]

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John Stark has this story in the Bellingham Herald: BELLINGHAM – Cleanup crews were at work Thursday evening, allergist April 22, more about to contain a diesel fuel spill from a commercial fishing vessel inside Squalicum Harbor. Katie Skipper, spokeswoman for the Washington Department of Ecology, said the spill from the 102-foot Muir Milach left […]

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Coast Guard responds to possible person in water

by Tim Flanagan on April 23, 2010

John Stark has this story in the Bellingham Herald: BELLINGHAM – Cleanup crews were at work Thursday evening, allergist April 22, more about to contain a diesel fuel spill from a commercial fishing vessel inside Squalicum Harbor. Katie Skipper, spokeswoman for the Washington Department of Ecology, said the spill from the 102-foot Muir Milach left […]

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Fishing boat spills diesel in Squalicum Harbor

by Tim Flanagan on April 23, 2010

John Stark has this story in the Bellingham Herald: BELLINGHAM – Cleanup crews were at work Thursday evening, allergist April 22, more about to contain a diesel fuel spill from a commercial fishing vessel inside Squalicum Harbor. Katie Skipper, spokeswoman for the Washington Department of Ecology, said the spill from the 102-foot Muir Milach left […]

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This unsigned story appears in the San Juan Islander: (Seattle, physician Wash.) – The Whale Trail, a project to establish a network of viewing sites along the whales’ trails through Puget Sound and the coastal waters of the Pacific Northwest, has gained its first "Whale Trail City" via Mayor Paul Samuelson’s proclamation issued this week […]

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Author “InvestigateWest” has this story at Spot.us: Cruising season kicks off Monday in Seattle and environmental groups are asking commissioners at the Port of Seattle to go green with their pre-season agenda. On the table is a potential ban on the discharge of treated wastewater from cruise ships while in port. Most ships only release […]

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Small boat enthusiasts ask port for storage area

by Tim Flanagan on April 23, 2010

Kimberly Jacobson has this story in the Anacortes American: MJB Properties can move ahead with a planned boat ramp and floating pier south of Anacortes Marina on Fidalgo Bay after getting the OK from the Anacortes Planning Commission last week. The commission approved a shoreline substantial development permit at its April 14 meeting. MJB plans […]

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Kimberly Jacobson has this story in the Anacortes American: MJB Properties can move ahead with a planned boat ramp and floating pier south of Anacortes Marina on Fidalgo Bay after getting the OK from the Anacortes Planning Commission last week. The commission approved a shoreline substantial development permit at its April 14 meeting. MJB plans […]

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Kimberly Jacobson has this story in the Anacortes American: MJB Properties can move ahead with a planned boat ramp and floating pier south of Anacortes Marina on Fidalgo Bay after getting the OK from the Anacortes Planning Commission last week. The commission approved a shoreline substantial development permit at its April 14 meeting. MJB plans […]

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The San Juan Journal has this unsigned story: Six San Juan Island-based whale watch companies will honor Earth Day by donating a portion of proceeds collected on Saturday to a pair of non-profit groups that are helping to restore Puget Sound’s marine habitat. Maya’s Westside Charters, health San Juan Excursions, physician San Juan Outfitters and […]

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Deborah Bach has this story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Photo courtesy of Tom Larsen: Boats for sale at this Saturday’s event include kayaks, order sailing dinghies, glands powerboats and sailboats.] Noticing the numbers of owners looking to sell their boats, site Kori Ward started thinking about creating an opportunity for them to do just that. […]

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Sea lion died of blunt force trauma

by Tim Flanagan on April 21, 2010

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