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Phil Dickinson has tramped through marsh reeds, walked the easy-going Bob Heirman Wildlife Preserve, and traveled to the Stillwater unit of the Snoqualmie Wildlife Area near Duvall, all while volunteering for the Puget Sound Observatory's pilot year of the Secretive Wetland Bird Survey. He and other volunteers spread out to dozens of sites in Snohomish and King counties in May and June in search of sora, Virginia rail, American bittern and green heron. Comment?
An Everett company fined $199,000 for safety violations related to a worker's death in 2014 is now facing a criminal charge. KOMO-TV reported that King County prosecutors charged Pacific Topsoils with violation of labor safety regulation with death resulting. Comment?
In Washington state, we get enough sun to power our needs 21 times over. Solar power not only provides clean, local energy; it also creates jobs and local economic development - like my job, designing and selling solar systems here in the sate. Comment?
Longtime Snohomish Co-op General Manager Ed Eldredge died after a snowmobiling accident in Yellowstone National Park on Feb. 15. He was 54. Eldredge is credited with bringing the farmer-owned co-op back from the brink of failure. As he went about his work, he became a familiar face around Snohomish, Monroe and his hometown of Duvall. Comment?
Two of the most pressing questions for planners and policy makers about the Oso landslide are closer to being answered. It is known that we have landslides that frequently block trains and damage property. Comment?
Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling and others gather for the naming of the enclosed room at Scott's Bar & Grill in Edmonds. Scott's Bar & Grill names enclosed room after found Scott's Bar & Grill in Edmonds held a ribbon ceremony on Sept. Comment?
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