From the monthly archives:

June 2010

Protecting the environment and jobs at Cherry Point

by Tim Flanagan on June 30, 2010

Sandi Doughton has the story in the Seattle Times: Before deciding to move its research fleet from Seattle to Newport, advice Ore., the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) failed to adequately consider the potentially cheaper option of existing federal facilities in Seattle, a federal auditor’s report says. The report also takes NOAA to task […]

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Sandi Doughton has the story in the Seattle Times: Before deciding to move its research fleet from Seattle to Newport, advice Ore., the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) failed to adequately consider the potentially cheaper option of existing federal facilities in Seattle, a federal auditor’s report says. The report also takes NOAA to task […]

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Researchers Ponder Missing Water Layer in Hood Canal

by Tim Flanagan on June 30, 2010

Video from the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission: Christopher Dunagan has the story in the Kitsap Sun: HOODSPORT — Oxygen levels in Hood Canal are dropping into the danger zone, for sale as researchers observe a condition they have never seen before. Hood Canal never bounced back from the low-oxygen levels of last winter, audiologist and […]

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Video from the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission:

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Boaters give local charity a lift

by Tim Flanagan on June 30, 2010

Kvichak Marine Industries in Ballard is working overtime to fill orders for shallow-water skimmer boats that are used in cleaning up the BP oil spill. Jason Bacaj has the story in the Seattle Times:

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Kvichak Marine Industries in Ballard is working overtime to fill orders for shallow-water skimmer boats that are used in cleaning up the BP oil spill. Jason Bacaj has the story in the Seattle Times:

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Enforcement ramps up as crabbing areas open

by Tim Flanagan on June 30, 2010

KONP radio has this story: (Port Angeles) — Port of Port Angeles commissioners have decided to keep their options open for water-borne log storage for the next few years. Last July, patient the Port leased from the State Department of Natural Resources, an area of the harbor just east of the Nippon paper mill, for […]

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DNR reaches agreement on tideland trespasses

by Tim Flanagan on June 30, 2010

KONP radio has this story: (Port Angeles) — Port of Port Angeles commissioners have decided to keep their options open for water-borne log storage for the next few years. Last July, patient the Port leased from the State Department of Natural Resources, an area of the harbor just east of the Nippon paper mill, for […]

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KONP radio has this story: (Port Angeles) — Port of Port Angeles commissioners have decided to keep their options open for water-borne log storage for the next few years. Last July, patient the Port leased from the State Department of Natural Resources, an area of the harbor just east of the Nippon paper mill, for […]

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KONP radio has this story: (Port Angeles) — Port of Port Angeles commissioners have decided to keep their options open for water-borne log storage for the next few years. Last July, patient the Port leased from the State Department of Natural Resources, an area of the harbor just east of the Nippon paper mill, for […]

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Port Angeles weighing options on log storage

by Tim Flanagan on June 29, 2010

KONP radio has this story: (Port Angeles) — Port of Port Angeles commissioners have decided to keep their options open for water-borne log storage for the next few years. Last July, patient the Port leased from the State Department of Natural Resources, an area of the harbor just east of the Nippon paper mill, for […]

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Port of Tacoma goes back to basics

by Tim Flanagan on June 28, 2010

Bob Simmons has this story at Crosscut: The fuss over NOAA’s move to Oregon may have quieted down, price but Sen. Maria Cantwell says it isn’t over, at least as far as she’s concerned. In an uncomfortable exchange with Commerce Secretary (and fellow Washington Democrat) Gary Locke last week, Cantwell hinted that Congress might hold […]

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Cantwell vs Locke: A fight over NOAA fleet

by Tim Flanagan on June 28, 2010

Bob Simmons has this story at Crosscut: The fuss over NOAA’s move to Oregon may have quieted down, price but Sen. Maria Cantwell says it isn’t over, at least as far as she’s concerned. In an uncomfortable exchange with Commerce Secretary (and fellow Washington Democrat) Gary Locke last week, Cantwell hinted that Congress might hold […]

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Huckleberry Island transferred to Samish

by Tim Flanagan on June 28, 2010

KING5 has this story: Credit: KING SEATTLE – A woman has died after being hit on the head by a construction crane on a barge in Seattle’s Elliott Bay. The accident happened just before 11 a.m. in the 1300 block of Alaskan Way. Firefighters found the woman, drugs in her late 30s, with head injuries. […]

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KING5 has this story: Credit: KING SEATTLE – A woman has died after being hit on the head by a construction crane on a barge in Seattle’s Elliott Bay. The accident happened just before 11 a.m. in the 1300 block of Alaskan Way. Firefighters found the woman, drugs in her late 30s, with head injuries. […]

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KING5 has this story: Credit: KING SEATTLE – A woman has died after being hit on the head by a construction crane on a barge in Seattle’s Elliott Bay. The accident happened just before 11 a.m. in the 1300 block of Alaskan Way. Firefighters found the woman, drugs in her late 30s, with head injuries. […]

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KING5 has this story: Credit: KING SEATTLE – A woman has died after being hit on the head by a construction crane on a barge in Seattle’s Elliott Bay. The accident happened just before 11 a.m. in the 1300 block of Alaskan Way. Firefighters found the woman, drugs in her late 30s, with head injuries. […]

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KING5 has this story: Credit: KING SEATTLE – A woman has died after being hit on the head by a construction crane on a barge in Seattle’s Elliott Bay. The accident happened just before 11 a.m. in the 1300 block of Alaskan Way. Firefighters found the woman, drugs in her late 30s, with head injuries. […]

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KING5 has this story: Credit: KING SEATTLE – A woman has died after being hit on the head by a construction crane on a barge in Seattle’s Elliott Bay. The accident happened just before 11 a.m. in the 1300 block of Alaskan Way. Firefighters found the woman, drugs in her late 30s, with head injuries. […]

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Variety’s Boat for Hope

by Tim Flanagan on June 25, 2010

This item appears in the Pacific Yachting Blog: Over 1000 kids participated in this year’s event. We were thrilled to be a part of Variety’s Boat for Hope 2010. Every year, buy cialis this wonderful event provides children who have special needs with a fun-filled day on the water. Local skippers volunteer their time and […]

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