From the monthly archives:

September 2010

Thanks to BitterEnd and Three Sheets Northwest for the “heads up” on this important local maritime story! Matthew Belloni has the story in the Hollywood Reporter: Capts. Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand (right) — who were sued earlier this month by Discovery for allegedly not performing work on a planned spinoff special — as well as […]

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Brownsville’s schooner Lavengro passes tip test

by Tim Flanagan on September 30, 2010

Thanks to BitterEnd and Three Sheets Northwest for the “heads up” on this important local maritime story! Matthew Belloni has the story in the Hollywood Reporter: Capts. Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand (right) — who were sued earlier this month by Discovery for allegedly not performing work on a planned spinoff special — as well as […]

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Coho remain elusive for most salmon anglers

by Tim Flanagan on September 29, 2010

Thanks to BitterEnd and Three Sheets Northwest for the “heads up” on this important local maritime story! Matthew Belloni has the story in the Hollywood Reporter: Capts. Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand (right) — who were sued earlier this month by Discovery for allegedly not performing work on a planned spinoff special — as well as […]

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Three ‘Deadliest Catch’ skippers quit the show

by Tim Flanagan on September 29, 2010

Thanks to BitterEnd and Three Sheets Northwest for the “heads up” on this important local maritime story! Matthew Belloni has the story in the Hollywood Reporter: Capts. Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand (right) — who were sued earlier this month by Discovery for allegedly not performing work on a planned spinoff special — as well as […]

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Tacoma, Port plan to purchase boat

by Tim Flanagan on September 29, 2010

PHUONG LE of the Associated Press has this story in the Seattle Times: SEATTLE — Citizens have less than two weeks to comment on the Navy’s plan to increase military training exercises that encompasses a massive area off the coast of Washington, opisthorchiasis Oregon and northern California. After a three-year process, cardiologist the Navy released […]

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PHUONG LE of the Associated Press has this story in the Seattle Times: SEATTLE — Citizens have less than two weeks to comment on the Navy’s plan to increase military training exercises that encompasses a massive area off the coast of Washington, opisthorchiasis Oregon and northern California. After a three-year process, cardiologist the Navy released […]

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Navy proposes increased training in Northwest

by Tim Flanagan on September 29, 2010

PHUONG LE of the Associated Press has this story in the Seattle Times: SEATTLE — Citizens have less than two weeks to comment on the Navy’s plan to increase military training exercises that encompasses a massive area off the coast of Washington, opisthorchiasis Oregon and northern California. After a three-year process, cardiologist the Navy released […]

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Oxygen levels in a troubled portion of Hood Canal have fallen so low that fish and other sea creatures are failing or dying. Scientists have been warning all month that conditions could at any moment lead to the suffocation of tens of thousands of fish. Craig Welch has the story in the Seattle Times:

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In Migael’s Wake | Blake Island State Park

by Tim Flanagan on September 29, 2010

Oxygen levels in a troubled portion of Hood Canal have fallen so low that fish and other sea creatures are failing or dying. Scientists have been warning all month that conditions could at any moment lead to the suffocation of tens of thousands of fish. Craig Welch has the story in the Seattle Times:

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Oxygen levels in a troubled portion of Hood Canal have fallen so low that fish and other sea creatures are failing or dying. Scientists have been warning all month that conditions could at any moment lead to the suffocation of tens of thousands of fish. Craig Welch has the story in the Seattle Times:

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Jeff Chew has the story in the Peninsula Daily News: SEQUIM — Port of Port Angeles leaders past and present celebrated the 25th anniversary of John Wayne Marina, cheapest recalling the fractious debate over locating the marina in Sequim Bay and going through the port’s first federal and state environmental impact statements. The process took […]

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Candace Whiting has this item at her Seattle PI-hosted blog: [The tiny Dall's porpoise is dwarfed by the orca (Photo by Jim Maya)] Even from a distance the orcas’ exuberance was unmistakable, dosage the splashes created as they breached and cartwheeled out of the water were bright against the gray/blue backdrop of Haro Strait (off […]

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Puget Sound Dungeness Crab Catch Reports due soon

by Tim Flanagan on September 28, 2010

Candace Whiting has this item at her Seattle PI-hosted blog: [The tiny Dall's porpoise is dwarfed by the orca (Photo by Jim Maya)] Even from a distance the orcas’ exuberance was unmistakable, dosage the splashes created as they breached and cartwheeled out of the water were bright against the gray/blue backdrop of Haro Strait (off […]

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Candace Whiting has this item at her Seattle PI-hosted blog: [The tiny Dall's porpoise is dwarfed by the orca (Photo by Jim Maya)] Even from a distance the orcas’ exuberance was unmistakable, dosage the splashes created as they breached and cartwheeled out of the water were bright against the gray/blue backdrop of Haro Strait (off […]

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Scientists use hovering zeppelin to film Puget Sound whales

by Tim Flanagan on September 28, 2010

[A killer whale is seen from the air aboard the Zeppelin airship "Eureka, diagnosis " near San Juan Island, Wash., Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)] MANUEL VALDES has this story via AP: EVERETT, Wash. — Pilot Katharine Board often sees pods of blue, gray and killer whales as she flies along the […]

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For Zodiac crew, long haul ahead to fix broken mast

by Tim Flanagan on September 27, 2010

Debra Smith has the story at HeraldNet.com: Walter Selden of Everett asked me the other day if any decision had been made about parking the SBX on Everett’s waterfront. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar, cheap if you don’t know, is a $900 million platform designed to track incoming ballisitic missiles. Remember Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars? The […]

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Debra Smith has the story at HeraldNet.com: Walter Selden of Everett asked me the other day if any decision had been made about parking the SBX on Everett’s waterfront. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar, cheap if you don’t know, is a $900 million platform designed to track incoming ballisitic missiles. Remember Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars? The […]

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Cliff Mass on today’s “Incredible Humidity”

by Tim Flanagan on September 27, 2010

Debra Smith has the story at HeraldNet.com: Walter Selden of Everett asked me the other day if any decision had been made about parking the SBX on Everett’s waterfront. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar, cheap if you don’t know, is a $900 million platform designed to track incoming ballisitic missiles. Remember Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars? The […]

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Debra Smith has the story at HeraldNet.com: Walter Selden of Everett asked me the other day if any decision had been made about parking the SBX on Everett’s waterfront. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar, cheap if you don’t know, is a $900 million platform designed to track incoming ballisitic missiles. Remember Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars? The […]

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Giant radar platform SBX coming to Everett?

by Tim Flanagan on September 27, 2010

Debra Smith has the story at HeraldNet.com: Walter Selden of Everett asked me the other day if any decision had been made about parking the SBX on Everett’s waterfront. The Sea-Based X-Band Radar, cheap if you don’t know, is a $900 million platform designed to track incoming ballisitic missiles. Remember Ronald Reagan’s Star Wars? The […]

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