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Police Blotter, November 15 - 20, 2014

A shipyard worker who said she was late for work was stopped for speeding on R Ave., and didn’t get to work because she was cited for speeding, driving with a suspended license, and probation violation.

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Skagit Vallley Herald

  • LA CONNER — Town Council members cleared the way for their final consideration and votes on La Conner’s 2015 budget after holding the last public hearing Tuesday on their preliminary spending proposal

  • CONCRETE — Town officials broke out sandbags Tuesday for the first time this winter to help protect a home in the path of a swelling Lorenzen Creek.

  • BURLINGTON — The City Council has sent the city’s first draft of the 2015 budget proposal back to staff for revisions, requesting minor changes to personnel compensation.

  • Here is a small sampling of recent calls to law enforcement in the area:

  • MOUNT VERNON — The Skagit County board of the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program is accepting applications from local food and shelter programs now through Dec. 10 for the Phase 32 fede


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