From the monthly archives:

May 2011

New study refines Puget Sound pollution issues

by Tim Flanagan on May 19, 2011

Tristan Baurick has the story in the Kitsap Sun: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — For years, ailment Mike Mortenson lived the way he wanted: floating free in his own boat in the center of Eagle Harbor. Now his home is a cramped wooden box tucked away in the woods. "It’s a coffin, capsule " said his friend […]

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Tristan Baurick has the story in the Kitsap Sun: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — For years, ailment Mike Mortenson lived the way he wanted: floating free in his own boat in the center of Eagle Harbor. Now his home is a cramped wooden box tucked away in the woods. "It’s a coffin, capsule " said his friend […]

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Tristan Baurick has the story in the Kitsap Sun: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — For years, ailment Mike Mortenson lived the way he wanted: floating free in his own boat in the center of Eagle Harbor. Now his home is a cramped wooden box tucked away in the woods. "It’s a coffin, capsule " said his friend […]

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Get a piece of the Wawona during sale this weekend

by Tim Flanagan on May 19, 2011

Tristan Baurick has the story in the Kitsap Sun: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — For years, ailment Mike Mortenson lived the way he wanted: floating free in his own boat in the center of Eagle Harbor. Now his home is a cramped wooden box tucked away in the woods. "It’s a coffin, capsule " said his friend […]

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Tristan Baurick has the story in the Kitsap Sun: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — For years, ailment Mike Mortenson lived the way he wanted: floating free in his own boat in the center of Eagle Harbor. Now his home is a cramped wooden box tucked away in the woods. "It’s a coffin, capsule " said his friend […]

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Susan Gilmore has the story in the Seattle Times: [Read about the 1906 crash in The Seattle Times. Click on the image to see more historical pages.] Divers believe they have found the steamer Dix, viagra here which for more than 100 years has rested at the bottom of Puget Sound off Alki Point. The […]

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Susan Gilmore has the story in the Seattle Times: [Read about the 1906 crash in The Seattle Times. Click on the image to see more historical pages.] Divers believe they have found the steamer Dix, viagra here which for more than 100 years has rested at the bottom of Puget Sound off Alki Point. The […]

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Susan Gilmore has the story in the Seattle Times: [Read about the 1906 crash in The Seattle Times. Click on the image to see more historical pages.] Divers believe they have found the steamer Dix, viagra here which for more than 100 years has rested at the bottom of Puget Sound off Alki Point. The […]

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In Migael’s Wake | Jones Island State Park

by Tim Flanagan on May 18, 2011

Susan Gilmore has the story in the Seattle Times: [Read about the 1906 crash in The Seattle Times. Click on the image to see more historical pages.] Divers believe they have found the steamer Dix, viagra here which for more than 100 years has rested at the bottom of Puget Sound off Alki Point. The […]

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Susan Gilmore has the story in the Seattle Times: [Read about the 1906 crash in The Seattle Times. Click on the image to see more historical pages.] Divers believe they have found the steamer Dix, viagra here which for more than 100 years has rested at the bottom of Puget Sound off Alki Point. The […]

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Susan Gilmore has the story in the Seattle Times: [Read about the 1906 crash in The Seattle Times. Click on the image to see more historical pages.] Divers believe they have found the steamer Dix, viagra here which for more than 100 years has rested at the bottom of Puget Sound off Alki Point. The […]

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Tacoma Fire conducts high angle rescue drills

by Tim Flanagan on May 17, 2011

Tom Banse has the story at KPLU radio: Audio Going on a whale watching tour is a popular activity in the border waters between Washington State and British Columbia. New rules that take effect  Monday require vessels to give a wider berth to the iconic resident killer whales. KPLU’s Tom Banse reports from one of […]

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Compensating Hood Canal’s Environment

by Tim Flanagan on May 17, 2011

Tom Banse has the story at KPLU radio: Audio Going on a whale watching tour is a popular activity in the border waters between Washington State and British Columbia. New rules that take effect  Monday require vessels to give a wider berth to the iconic resident killer whales. KPLU’s Tom Banse reports from one of […]

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Tom Banse has the story at KPLU radio: Audio Going on a whale watching tour is a popular activity in the border waters between Washington State and British Columbia. New rules that take effect  Monday require vessels to give a wider berth to the iconic resident killer whales. KPLU’s Tom Banse reports from one of […]

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Port of Silverdale float approved

by Tim Flanagan on May 16, 2011

This unsigned story appears in the Kitsap Sun: SILVERDALE — The Kitsap County Hearing Examiner approved two permits allowing for the construction and installation of a float proposed by the Port of Silverdale to house nonmotorized boats. The application for a substantial shoreline development permit and shoreline variance permit was approved with conditions. Among them, […]

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Chris Henry has the story in the Kitsap Sun: [The Admiral Pete could start running on Sundays again under a proposal being put forward by the city of Port Orchard. (Kitsap Sun file photo)] PORT ORCHARD — The city of Port Orchard wants to partner with the city of Bremerton and the Port of Bremerton […]

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Wayne Kruse has this story in the Everett Herald: There was a bunch of great stuff to do over the weekend for the local outdoor enthusiast and while we all know that a day on the water beats almost anything else — almost anything else — a strong tidal run and windy conditions made it […]

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Wayne Kruse has this story in the Everett Herald: There was a bunch of great stuff to do over the weekend for the local outdoor enthusiast and while we all know that a day on the water beats almost anything else — almost anything else — a strong tidal run and windy conditions made it […]

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Halibut anglers fare poorly

by Tim Flanagan on May 14, 2011

Wayne Kruse has this story in the Everett Herald: There was a bunch of great stuff to do over the weekend for the local outdoor enthusiast and while we all know that a day on the water beats almost anything else — almost anything else — a strong tidal run and windy conditions made it […]

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