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Quinault property owners wonder about lake closure

Quinault Indian Nation officials have closed Lake Quinault to most recreational activities for non-tribal members, citing environmental concerns. The bans come just in time for the summer swimming and boating season, and local business owners are beginning to worry about the closure’s affect on summer profits as vacationers start to take their business elsewhere. Many […]

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Is now the time to talk about consolidation?

Aberdeen Mayor Bill Simpson says he’s hoping a new fire chief with connections to both Aberdeen and Hoquiam will finally bridge the divide and lead to better relationships between both cities, and maybe even spur along consolidation talk between both fire departments. Aberdeen Fire Chief Dave Carlberg will retire from his post on Sept. 28. […]

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Marysville thinking about limiting chicken-keeping

With backyard chicken-keeping getting popular the city of Marysville is revising its chicken rules. The Seattle Times: Local News

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Planning commission to talk about downtown, waterfront

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Cantwell concerned about budget to deal with tsunami debris

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Sobering throught about the business of dying

My mother died last October. To most of you, that isn’t “remarkable.” Oh, sure, some of you are saying to yourselves, “Oh, that’s too bad” or “I’m sorry” — thank you for that. Living

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Residents turn out to tell city about drugs and other concerns

A small but vocal crowd turned out at the first two community meetings this week in Aberdeen, asking questions about drug houses, sidewalks, streets that need repair and what it would take to have an increased police presence. There were about 20 people, many of those council members and city staff, at Wednesday’s community meeting […]

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