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Judge rules against Shell

Judge rules against Shell

Shell suffered a setback when a Superior Court judge rejected a lawsuit designed to prevent a full environment impact statement on Shell’s proposed new oil-by-rail unloading yard at the March Point refinery.

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Springtime in Japan

Springtime in Japan

I traveled to Osaka, Japan for Spring Break to be immersed in Japanese culture and to witness the cherry and plum blossoms; they were remarkable.

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  • SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The winding entrance to Union Cemetery on Wicker Road was lined Saturday with tall American flags, each one placed by members of American Legion George Baldridge Post 43 in the name of

  • LA CONNER — Town leaders and residents celebrated the completion of a long-envisioned waterfront boardwalk Saturday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

  • ROCKPORT — The Skagit Valley is known for its patchwork of farms from the Skagit and Samish river deltas to the foothills of the North Cascades. But some say the area was once more lush, supporting a

  • Skagit Transit officials seek residents’ input on proposed changes to increase service to the towns of Lyman, Hamilton and Concrete.

  • City councilsThe Anacortes City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Municipal Building council chambers, 904 Sixth St., to discuss the 2016 budget goals and process and hear an update on the amb

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