From the monthly archives:

September 2011

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Bothell angler takes top prize in the Edmonds Coho Derby

by Tim Flanagan on September 11, 2011

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This announcement appears in the Everett Herald: The popular Edmonds Coho Derby runs Saturday, contagion sponsored by the Sno-King Chapter, Puget Sound Anglers, featuring a top prize of $5,000. Tickets are $30, limited in number, and available at All Season Charters in Edmonds; Bayside Marine and John’s Sporting Goods in Everett; Ed’s Surplus and Ted’s […]

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Fishing pick of the week: Edmonds Coho Derby

by Tim Flanagan on September 9, 2011

This announcement appears in the Everett Herald: The popular Edmonds Coho Derby runs Saturday, contagion sponsored by the Sno-King Chapter, Puget Sound Anglers, featuring a top prize of $5,000. Tickets are $30, limited in number, and available at All Season Charters in Edmonds; Bayside Marine and John’s Sporting Goods in Everett; Ed’s Surplus and Ted’s […]

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STEPHANIE KIM has this story in the Tacoma News Tribune: [PETER HALEY / THE NEWS TRIBUNE photo: Shylo Shorthouse launches a scale model of the USS North Carolina at Tacoma’s Swan Creek Park.] TACOMA — The old board game Battleship is taken to a new level when the captains of the Washington Cascade Column take […]

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Where Are You In Puget Sound?

by Tim Flanagan on September 9, 2011

STEPHANIE KIM has this story in the Tacoma News Tribune: [PETER HALEY / THE NEWS TRIBUNE photo: Shylo Shorthouse launches a scale model of the USS North Carolina at Tacoma’s Swan Creek Park.] TACOMA — The old board game Battleship is taken to a new level when the captains of the Washington Cascade Column take […]

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People for Puget Sound – blood in the water

by Tim Flanagan on September 9, 2011

STEPHANIE KIM has this story in the Tacoma News Tribune: [PETER HALEY / THE NEWS TRIBUNE photo: Shylo Shorthouse launches a scale model of the USS North Carolina at Tacoma’s Swan Creek Park.] TACOMA — The old board game Battleship is taken to a new level when the captains of the Washington Cascade Column take […]

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Scale-model ships battle it out on Tacoma pond

by Tim Flanagan on September 9, 2011

STEPHANIE KIM has this story in the Tacoma News Tribune: [PETER HALEY / THE NEWS TRIBUNE photo: Shylo Shorthouse launches a scale model of the USS North Carolina at Tacoma’s Swan Creek Park.] TACOMA — The old board game Battleship is taken to a new level when the captains of the Washington Cascade Column take […]

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Passenger-only ferries poised for a Puget Sound return?

by Tim Flanagan on September 9, 2011

LARRY LANGE has this story at SEATTLEPI.COM: There are plans to connect Seattle and Port Townsend with passenger ferry service within two years. So with the state out of the foot-ferry business and one other new service trying to make a go of it, drugs one might think we’re on the verge of forming a […]

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John Hartl has this movie review of "The Whale" in the Seattle Times:

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Luna’s saga: Tale of beloved orca premieres

by Tim Flanagan on September 9, 2011

John Hartl has this movie review of "The Whale" in the Seattle Times:

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Anne-Marije Rook has this story in the Ballard News Tribune: Seaview Boatyard, find a longtime Ballard business, human enhancement was recently recognized for its environmental commitment and best practices. The business was recently awarded with the Environmental Excellence Award for Leading Environmental Practices by the Association of Washington Businesses (AWB). AWB’s Environmental Excellence Awards recognize […]

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B.C. man, 70, rescued after being marooned 2 days

by Tim Flanagan on September 7, 2011

CBC News has this story: A 70-year-old mariner marooned in a remote B.C. coast inlet for two days has been rescued. The B.C. Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre said the man was sailing from Bella Coola on the province’s central coast to Bella Bella, click approximately 100 kilometres away on an island to the west. [A […]

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Navy to build a new boat launch in Everett

by Tim Flanagan on September 7, 2011

The $2.2 million launch will allow the Navy and Coast Guard to respond faster to emergencies. Lindsylee Wheadon has the story in the Everett Herald: EVERETT — Naval Station Everett is set to build a $2.2 million small boat launch of its own. Currently, stomach the naval station uses the Port of Everett Marina to […]

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Mystery of the west coast wash up

by Tim Flanagan on September 2, 2011

Glenda Kwek has this article in the Sydney Morning Herald. That’s Sydney, there Australia, not Sidney, BC! Everybody loves a good mystery… [Washed up ... some of the shoes that have been found on the west coast.] Eleven feet in sports shoes have been washed up on the west coast of North America in four […]

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$1.3M federal grant for Port Townsend-Seattle ferry

by Tim Flanagan on September 1, 2011

Susan Gilmore has the story in the Seattle Times: The Port of Port Townsend has received a $1.3 million federal grant to begin passenger-ferry service between Port Townsend and Seattle. Port officials hope to have the ferry operating by 2013. "I think it’s a big deal for bringing visitors in from Seattle, viagra 100mg " […]

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USCG member medevaced after exposure to battery gasses

by Tim Flanagan on September 1, 2011

This unsigned story appears at CBC.ca: [Investigators on a dock in a False Creek marina examine remains found in a shoe there Tuesday evening. (Emily Elias/CBC photo)] INTERACTIVE MAP: Feet found on West Coast

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