From the monthly archives:

April 2011

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Hazardous material spill on Ship Canal boat

by Tim Flanagan on April 30, 2011

This announcement appears in the Kitsap Sun: BANGOR — The Navy is extending the public comment period for the second explosives handling wharf at Bangor from May 2 to May 17. This Draft Environmental Impact Statement examines the potential environmental effects of the Navy’s proposal to build and operate a second explosives handling wharf at […]

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This announcement appears in the Kitsap Sun: BANGOR — The Navy is extending the public comment period for the second explosives handling wharf at Bangor from May 2 to May 17. This Draft Environmental Impact Statement examines the potential environmental effects of the Navy’s proposal to build and operate a second explosives handling wharf at […]

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Key fishing dates next month to put on your to do list

by Tim Flanagan on April 29, 2011

Captain Richard Rodriguez has this fascinating picture at BitterEnd: Click through to read the commentary John Foster of Ballard Maritime Academy has this feature at MyBallard: Ballard High School students in the Maritime Academy enjoyed a beautiful day Wednesday sailing aboard the 133’ wooden Schooner Adventuress. The group beat the rain and had excellent wind […]

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Naval Station Everett embraces green future

by Tim Flanagan on April 29, 2011

Captain Richard Rodriguez has this fascinating picture at BitterEnd: Click through to read the commentary John Foster of Ballard Maritime Academy has this feature at MyBallard: Ballard High School students in the Maritime Academy enjoyed a beautiful day Wednesday sailing aboard the 133’ wooden Schooner Adventuress. The group beat the rain and had excellent wind […]

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Captain Richard Rodriguez has this fascinating picture at BitterEnd: Click through to read the commentary John Foster of Ballard Maritime Academy has this feature at MyBallard: Ballard High School students in the Maritime Academy enjoyed a beautiful day Wednesday sailing aboard the 133’ wooden Schooner Adventuress. The group beat the rain and had excellent wind […]

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Ballard Maritime Academy students sail a tall ship

by Tim Flanagan on April 29, 2011

Captain Richard Rodriguez has this fascinating picture at BitterEnd: Click through to read the commentary John Foster of Ballard Maritime Academy has this feature at MyBallard: Ballard High School students in the Maritime Academy enjoyed a beautiful day Wednesday sailing aboard the 133’ wooden Schooner Adventuress. The group beat the rain and had excellent wind […]

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Friday Harbor, 1952

by Tim Flanagan on April 29, 2011

Captain Richard Rodriguez has this fascinating picture at BitterEnd: Click through to read the commentary

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [Since its launch in 2003, diet Washington’s Derelict Vessel Removal Program has removed about 340 vessels from the state’s waterways. Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Natural Resources] Washington’s State Senate has passed a bill intended to make it easier to clean up and remove the […]

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Gale Fiege has this story at the Everett Herald: Naval Station Everett is one of four Navy installations on Puget Sound, abortion and the home port of the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and five other ships. The base also hosts the U.S. Coast Guard cutters Blue Shark and Henry Blake. It is Snohomish […]

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Video: Amazing Orca close encounter in Puget Sound

by Tim Flanagan on April 28, 2011

Gale Fiege has this story at the Everett Herald: Naval Station Everett is one of four Navy installations on Puget Sound, abortion and the home port of the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and five other ships. The base also hosts the U.S. Coast Guard cutters Blue Shark and Henry Blake. It is Snohomish […]

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Meet the ships that call Naval Station Everett home

by Tim Flanagan on April 28, 2011

Gale Fiege has this story at the Everett Herald: Naval Station Everett is one of four Navy installations on Puget Sound, abortion and the home port of the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln and five other ships. The base also hosts the U.S. Coast Guard cutters Blue Shark and Henry Blake. It is Snohomish […]

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Port of Olympia revenue up to $8 million

by Tim Flanagan on April 28, 2011

Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [An EPA diver feeds air hose to diver Chad Schulze as he surveys the sunken 165-foot U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Onondaga. Part of the ship’s rusty bow can be seen in the background, food in front of the tugboat.] For close the 30 years the 165-foot […]

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Novel way of getting a USCG Vessel Safety Check

by Tim Flanagan on April 28, 2011

Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [An EPA diver feeds air hose to diver Chad Schulze as he surveys the sunken 165-foot U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Onondaga. Part of the ship’s rusty bow can be seen in the background, food in front of the tugboat.] For close the 30 years the 165-foot […]

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [An EPA diver feeds air hose to diver Chad Schulze as he surveys the sunken 165-foot U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Onondaga. Part of the ship’s rusty bow can be seen in the background, food in front of the tugboat.] For close the 30 years the 165-foot […]

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Deborah Bach has the story at Three Sheets Northwest: [An EPA diver feeds air hose to diver Chad Schulze as he surveys the sunken 165-foot U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Onondaga. Part of the ship’s rusty bow can be seen in the background, food in front of the tugboat.] For close the 30 years the 165-foot […]

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The Associated Press has this story in various outlets, this including the Seattle Times: SEATTLE — Divers with the Environmental Protection Agency are planning an underwater survey Wednesday of a Coast Guard ice breaker that has been submerged for over 20 years. The cutter Onondaga is on the bottom of Seattle’s Lake Washington Ship Canal […]

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JOHN DODGE has the story in the Olympian: [After dredging of the Port of Olympia marine terminals in 2009, dosage the area appears to have been recontaminated with dioxin, about it and materials are sloughing from under the piers in this 2010 file photo. Floating "camels" resembling fences help give space to the log ship […]

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JOHN DODGE has the story in the Olympian: [After dredging of the Port of Olympia marine terminals in 2009, dosage the area appears to have been recontaminated with dioxin, about it and materials are sloughing from under the piers in this 2010 file photo. Floating "camels" resembling fences help give space to the log ship […]

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Ship expected to load 4.5M feet of lumber in Olympia

by Tim Flanagan on April 27, 2011

JOHN DODGE has the story in the Olympian: [After dredging of the Port of Olympia marine terminals in 2009, dosage the area appears to have been recontaminated with dioxin, about it and materials are sloughing from under the piers in this 2010 file photo. Floating "camels" resembling fences help give space to the log ship […]

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