From the monthly archives:

June 2011

Visiting yacht has fascinating pedigree

by Tim Flanagan on June 26, 2011

Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Port Angeles log exports up 20 percent in year

by Tim Flanagan on June 26, 2011

Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Coast Guard celebrates 100 years of Naval Aviation

by Tim Flanagan on June 26, 2011

Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Alcohol suspected in boat mishap off Lopez Island

by Tim Flanagan on June 24, 2011

Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Whatcom County deals coal port a serious setback

by Tim Flanagan on June 24, 2011

Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Whidbey Island resident Russ Christianson’s new book ‘A History of Puget Sound Salmon Sportfishing’ relives derby life on the Sound Wayne Kruse has the story in the Everett Herald: Puget Sound salmon derbies came on the scene in the early 1930s and, doctor of course, continue today. But the culmination of the really big-time events […]

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Person jumps off Bainbridge ferry, swims to kayak

by Tim Flanagan on June 23, 2011

This unsigned story appears in the Kitsap Sun: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — The Coast Guard is furious that a person jumped off a Bainbridge ferry Wednesday afternoon in an apparent stunt filmed from shore. The person leapt from the Wenatchee on its way from Seattle to Bainbridge Island. The incident happened at 2:36 p.m., sale 31 […]

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Sub’s away! Shipwreck mapping begins

by Tim Flanagan on June 23, 2011

Patrick J. Sullivan has this story in the Port Townsend Leader: [The 15-foot submarine Antipodes is shown with co-owners Guillermo Sohnlein (left) and Sockton Rush Tuesday at Point Hudson Marina. The research submarine is being used this week to map the SS Governor shipwreck in Admiralty Inlet. Photos by Nicholas Johnson] The wreck of the […]

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Puget Sound targets will stretch restoration efforts

by Tim Flanagan on June 23, 2011

Mark Yuasa has this story in the Seattle Times: The coastal hatchery chinook salmon season kicked into high gear this week, viagra and some open areas of Puget Sound have ponied up some glory moments. The salmon catch-and-release area of central Puget Sound, see north of the Meadow Point-Point Monroe line, here had a high […]

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Agencies checking for radioactivity on Puget Sound

by Tim Flanagan on June 23, 2011

Mark Yuasa has this story in the Seattle Times: The coastal hatchery chinook salmon season kicked into high gear this week, viagra and some open areas of Puget Sound have ponied up some glory moments. The salmon catch-and-release area of central Puget Sound, see north of the Meadow Point-Point Monroe line, here had a high […]

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Anglers already pulling in kings

by Tim Flanagan on June 23, 2011

Mark Yuasa has this story in the Seattle Times: The coastal hatchery chinook salmon season kicked into high gear this week, viagra and some open areas of Puget Sound have ponied up some glory moments. The salmon catch-and-release area of central Puget Sound, see north of the Meadow Point-Point Monroe line, here had a high […]

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Tristan Baurick has this story in the Kitsap Sun: BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — Waterfront-property owners are saying loud and clear that they want more information, misbirth more discussion and more say in how the city crafts new shoreline protections. They’ve flooded city leaders with emails and phone calls in recent weeks, pregnancy spurring the council members […]

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Everett is the first foreign base many of the officer trainees had visited Gale Fiege has this story in the Everett Herald:

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Everett is the first foreign base many of the officer trainees had visited Gale Fiege has this story in the Everett Herald:

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Everett is the first foreign base many of the officer trainees had visited Gale Fiege has this story in the Everett Herald:

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Red-orange bloom on Puget Sound harmless, DOE says

by Tim Flanagan on June 21, 2011

Everett is the first foreign base many of the officer trainees had visited Gale Fiege has this story in the Everett Herald:

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