From the monthly archives:

June 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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Plankton blooms color Puget Sound

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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Long-beaked tropical dolphins spotted in Puget Sound

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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Restoring kelp beds in Port Gamble Bay

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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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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Another Seattle boatyard sunk by recession

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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Port of Tacoma sees revitalized log traffic

by Tim Flanagan on June 19, 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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Japanese navy comes to town

by Tim Flanagan on June 19, 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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This editorial appears in the Seattle Times: Truly rallying People for Puget Sound was the triumph of the organization Kathy Fletcher founded to help recover and preserve the Sound. Her legacy as she retires is the ability to engage and involve people. KATHY Fletcher’s title was executive director of People for Puget Sound, remedy the […]

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Puget Partnership picks ecosystem targets

by Tim Flanagan on June 19, 2011

One company’s plans to boost shipments of Alberta oil to Asia could quadruple tanker traffic through Vancouver, doctor B.C., this and dramatically increase the amount of oil traveling through the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Craig Welch has this story in the Seattle Times: In the icy oil fields of Alberta, site gargantuan machines traverse […]

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Liberal/green Bellingham is pitted against a more conservative Whatcom County on the explosive issue of a giant coal port. Gov. Gregoire is being urged to step in and order the state Department of Ecology to displace Whatcom County on the environmental review. Floyd McKay has the story at Crosscut: [Runs of trains loaded with coal […]

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Senators push for upgrades to four Navy shipyards

by Tim Flanagan on June 17, 2011

Liberal/green Bellingham is pitted against a more conservative Whatcom County on the explosive issue of a giant coal port. Gov. Gregoire is being urged to step in and order the state Department of Ecology to displace Whatcom County on the environmental review. Floyd McKay has the story at Crosscut: [Runs of trains loaded with coal […]

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$33M to clean up Seattle’s Lower Duwamish

by Tim Flanagan on June 17, 2011

Liberal/green Bellingham is pitted against a more conservative Whatcom County on the explosive issue of a giant coal port. Gov. Gregoire is being urged to step in and order the state Department of Ecology to displace Whatcom County on the environmental review. Floyd McKay has the story at Crosscut: [Runs of trains loaded with coal […]

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Liberal/green Bellingham is pitted against a more conservative Whatcom County on the explosive issue of a giant coal port. Gov. Gregoire is being urged to step in and order the state Department of Ecology to displace Whatcom County on the environmental review. Floyd McKay has the story at Crosscut: [Runs of trains loaded with coal […]

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Shipyard to conduct oil spill exercise

by Tim Flanagan on June 17, 2011

The Associated Press has this story in various outlets, therapy including the Seattle Times: OLYMPIA, Wash. — Northwest forests are providing a boost to the building boom in China and will likely help with the rebuilding of post-tsunami Japan. The region’s loggers and longshoremen can say thanks, in part, to the Russians. About a mile […]

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North sound communities welcome new ferry Salish

by Tim Flanagan on June 16, 2011

The Associated Press has this story in various outlets, therapy including the Seattle Times: OLYMPIA, Wash. — Northwest forests are providing a boost to the building boom in China and will likely help with the rebuilding of post-tsunami Japan. The region’s loggers and longshoremen can say thanks, in part, to the Russians. About a mile […]

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Munitions on the move, ammo distribution tested

by Tim Flanagan on June 16, 2011

The Associated Press has this story in various outlets, therapy including the Seattle Times: OLYMPIA, Wash. — Northwest forests are providing a boost to the building boom in China and will likely help with the rebuilding of post-tsunami Japan. The region’s loggers and longshoremen can say thanks, in part, to the Russians. About a mile […]

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Port of Olympia busy with timber exports to Asia

by Tim Flanagan on June 16, 2011

The Associated Press has this story in various outlets, therapy including the Seattle Times: OLYMPIA, Wash. — Northwest forests are providing a boost to the building boom in China and will likely help with the rebuilding of post-tsunami Japan. The region’s loggers and longshoremen can say thanks, in part, to the Russians. About a mile […]

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