From the monthly archives:

March 2011

Tidal power: another blessing from Puget Sound?

by Tim Flanagan on March 31, 2011

Mark Yuasa has this item in his Reel Time Northwest blog at the Seattle Times: The ever popular and sold-out Anacortes Salmon Derby was held this past weekend, site and while fishing was somewhat on the slow side the anglers were greeted with some fairly nice weather. And those lucky enough to catch a fish […]

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Mark Yuasa has this item in his Reel Time Northwest blog at the Seattle Times: The ever popular and sold-out Anacortes Salmon Derby was held this past weekend, site and while fishing was somewhat on the slow side the anglers were greeted with some fairly nice weather. And those lucky enough to catch a fish […]

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Mark Yuasa has this item in his Reel Time Northwest blog at the Seattle Times: The ever popular and sold-out Anacortes Salmon Derby was held this past weekend, site and while fishing was somewhat on the slow side the anglers were greeted with some fairly nice weather. And those lucky enough to catch a fish […]

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ROBERT MITTENDORF has the story in the BELLINGHAM HERALD: After more than a year of construction, ailment the new aquariums are open at the Breazeale Interpretive Center, hospital part of the Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Center. [Emma Mittendorf examines the new eelgrass aquarium at the Breazeale Center on a recent trip. Robert Mittendorf/ Bellingham […]

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[Press release from Orca Network] Join Orca Network, buy the City of Langley, viagra buy and Gary the Gray Whale for the 8th annual Welcome the Whales Day Festival & Parade Saturday, illness April 23, 10 am – 5 pm Langley, Whidbey Island, WA. Orca Network and the Langley Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the […]

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[Press release from Orca Network] Join Orca Network, buy the City of Langley, viagra buy and Gary the Gray Whale for the 8th annual Welcome the Whales Day Festival & Parade Saturday, illness April 23, 10 am – 5 pm Langley, Whidbey Island, WA. Orca Network and the Langley Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the […]

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[Press release from Orca Network] Join Orca Network, buy the City of Langley, viagra buy and Gary the Gray Whale for the 8th annual Welcome the Whales Day Festival & Parade Saturday, illness April 23, 10 am – 5 pm Langley, Whidbey Island, WA. Orca Network and the Langley Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the […]

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New tool highlights best times to catch a ferry

by Tim Flanagan on March 29, 2011

[Press release from Orca Network] Join Orca Network, buy the City of Langley, viagra buy and Gary the Gray Whale for the 8th annual Welcome the Whales Day Festival & Parade Saturday, illness April 23, 10 am – 5 pm Langley, Whidbey Island, WA. Orca Network and the Langley Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the […]

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Welcome the Whales Day Festival & Parade

by Tim Flanagan on March 29, 2011

[Press release from Orca Network] Join Orca Network, buy the City of Langley, viagra buy and Gary the Gray Whale for the 8th annual Welcome the Whales Day Festival & Parade Saturday, illness April 23, 10 am – 5 pm Langley, Whidbey Island, WA. Orca Network and the Langley Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the […]

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Noah Haglund has this story in the Everett Herald, prostate which features my friend Dave from Sea Shift: [A derelict vessel rests in Deadwater Slough near the westbound lanes of U.S. 2 between Everett and Lake Stevens earlier this month. Mark Mulligan / The Herald photo] EVERETT — Two forlorn, price disintegrating boats poke through […]

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Mark Miller & the KOMO staff have this story: EVERETT — Several military families were reunited with their loved ones Monday as a parade of Navy ships’ homecomings continues. The USS Shoup docked in Everett around 10:30 after spending the past six months deployed at sea. The guided missile destroyer deployed in the western Pacific […]

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Mark Miller & the KOMO staff have this story: EVERETT — Several military families were reunited with their loved ones Monday as a parade of Navy ships’ homecomings continues. The USS Shoup docked in Everett around 10:30 after spending the past six months deployed at sea. The guided missile destroyer deployed in the western Pacific […]

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USS Shoup returns home to welcoming arms

by Tim Flanagan on March 28, 2011

Mark Miller & the KOMO staff have this story: EVERETT — Several military families were reunited with their loved ones Monday as a parade of Navy ships’ homecomings continues. The USS Shoup docked in Everett around 10:30 after spending the past six months deployed at sea. The guided missile destroyer deployed in the western Pacific […]

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Mukilteo terminal work completed ahead of schedule

by Tim Flanagan on March 28, 2011

[Tim Flanagan photo, unhealthy taken spring 2008] ROB CARSON has the story in the Tacoma NEWS TRIBUNE: TACOMA, generic Wash. — Steve Rodrigues’ dream for the MV Kalakala is starting to look more and more like a nightmare. The old 1935 ferryboat, famous for its streamlined, art-deco design and tied up in Tacoma’s Hylebos Waterway […]

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Dreams for Art Deco ferryboat Kalakala sinking

by Tim Flanagan on March 28, 2011

[Tim Flanagan photo, unhealthy taken spring 2008] ROB CARSON has the story in the Tacoma NEWS TRIBUNE: TACOMA, generic Wash. — Steve Rodrigues’ dream for the MV Kalakala is starting to look more and more like a nightmare. The old 1935 ferryboat, famous for its streamlined, art-deco design and tied up in Tacoma’s Hylebos Waterway […]

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Charlie Bermant has the story in the Peninsula Daily News: [The Adventuress loads passengers at the beginning of Saturday’s public sail. Charlie Bermant / Peninsula Daily News photo.] PORT TOWNSEND — The schooner Adventuress kicked off its season Saturday with its only public sailing out of Port Townsend this year. The public sail followed a […]

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This unsigned story appears in the Kitsap Sun: KINGSTON — SoundRunner will sail again. Port of Kingston commissioners voted 3-0 Thursday night to resume passenger-only ferry service to downtown Seattle by May 15. The route operated for a month last fall before a blown engine, viagra bad weather and other problems shut it down. The […]

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Fisherman's Wharf in Victoria is a popular place for liveaboards. Photo courtesy of BCNRA] A group of British Columbia boaters is mobilizing to address issues facing liveaboards and improve the perception of them among the broader community. The British Columbia Nautical Residents Association (BCNRA), ampoule formed […]

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Liveaboards in B.C. unite for rights

by Tim Flanagan on March 25, 2011

Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Fisherman's Wharf in Victoria is a popular place for liveaboards. Photo courtesy of BCNRA] A group of British Columbia boaters is mobilizing to address issues facing liveaboards and improve the perception of them among the broader community. The British Columbia Nautical Residents Association (BCNRA), ampoule formed […]

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Container traffic up 14.4% at Port of Tacoma

by Tim Flanagan on March 25, 2011

Lindsay Cohen has the story at KOMO News: EVERETT, side effects Wash. — The smoke was thick, patient and quickly turned from gray to black. It billowed into the sky; the first sign something was wrong in the water near Hat Island. "I’m on fire. I’m out of control!" Captain Mike Watson yelled into his […]

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