From the monthly archives:

August 2011

Domed radar platform departs Puget Sound

by Tim Flanagan on August 21, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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Sail away on a short Northwest cruise

by Tim Flanagan on August 21, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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$1.2 million museum upgrade complete

by Tim Flanagan on August 21, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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Chetzemoka stays in service during busy summer weekends

by Tim Flanagan on August 20, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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Race Rocks advisers push for protection

by Tim Flanagan on August 19, 2011

JUDITH LAVOIE has the story in the Victoria TIMES COLONIST: After more than a decade of talks, rubella the water around Race Rocks remains without federal protection. Now a push has begun to persuade Fisheries and Oceans to step back and allow Parks Canada to manage the Salish Sea from Race Rocks to Gabriola Passage. […]

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Quilcene National Fish Hatchery centennial is Saturday

by Tim Flanagan on August 19, 2011

Jeff Hodson has the story in the Seattle Times: [The main Quilcene National Fish Hatchery compound in 1934. The facility now includes 39 raceways, each 8 feet wide and 80 feet long, and three water intake structures – two on the Big Quilcene River and one on Penny Creek. Visit the facility for a special […]

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Man presumed drowned in Lake Washington

by Tim Flanagan on August 19, 2011

Jeff Hodson has the story in the Seattle Times:

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‘Humpy mania’ just around the corner

by Tim Flanagan on August 18, 2011

Wayne Kruse has this story in the Everett Herald:

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Port of Seattle’s Terminal 18 deal raises eyebrows

by Tim Flanagan on August 18, 2011

Jessie Van Berkel has the story in the Seattle Times:

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In Migael’s Wake | Eagle Harbor (Cypress Island)

by Tim Flanagan on August 18, 2011

Scott Schaefer has this item at Burien’s B-Town Blog: Pink and Coho Salmon are invading Puget Sound on their annual migration to breeding grounds in area rivers, try which means that suddenly it’s really pretty easy to catch a decent fish (usually a Pink) right from Burien’s shorelines. [20-30 people were casting their lines from […]

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Scott Schaefer has this item at Burien’s B-Town Blog: Pink and Coho Salmon are invading Puget Sound on their annual migration to breeding grounds in area rivers, try which means that suddenly it’s really pretty easy to catch a decent fish (usually a Pink) right from Burien’s shorelines. [20-30 people were casting their lines from […]

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Scott Schaefer has this item at Burien’s B-Town Blog: Pink and Coho Salmon are invading Puget Sound on their annual migration to breeding grounds in area rivers, try which means that suddenly it’s really pretty easy to catch a decent fish (usually a Pink) right from Burien’s shorelines. [20-30 people were casting their lines from […]

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Free boat rides at Tacoma Maritime Fest

by Tim Flanagan on August 16, 2011

JOHN GILLIE has the story at the Tacoma News Tribune: The price is right for boat tours Aug. 28 at the Tacoma Maritime Fest. Those tours of the Port of Tacoma and its many terminals are free. The tours will be on a first-come basis from Thea’s Park at 535 Dock Street. Tours are set […]

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Deborah Bach has this story at Three Sheets Northwest: [The Seaport's dock was replaced after the previous one was ripped off during last year's Thanksgiving storm. Photos courtesy of Foss Waterway Seaport] Boaters heading to Tacoma might not think to stay at the Foss Waterway Seaport, healthful but the Seaport would like to change that. […]

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Deborah Bach has this story at Three Sheets Northwest: [The Seaport's dock was replaced after the previous one was ripped off during last year's Thanksgiving storm. Photos courtesy of Foss Waterway Seaport] Boaters heading to Tacoma might not think to stay at the Foss Waterway Seaport, healthful but the Seaport would like to change that. […]

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Larry Croix has this opinion piece in the Kitsap Sun: The attempt by some to establish a Port of Bainbridge Island will — if approved — be one more stone hanging from the necks of citizens of that island. It could be the straw that finally breaks the back of the city of Bainbridge Island. […]

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The potential weight of a Bainbridge port

by Tim Flanagan on August 16, 2011

Larry Croix has this opinion piece in the Kitsap Sun: The attempt by some to establish a Port of Bainbridge Island will — if approved — be one more stone hanging from the necks of citizens of that island. It could be the straw that finally breaks the back of the city of Bainbridge Island. […]

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