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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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The North Cascades, a new book by Bill Dietrich

The North Cascades, a new book by Bill Dietrich

Experience a magnificent region through the words and images of accomplished writers and photographers and local residents in a new book authored by Bill Dietrich called, "The North Cascades, Finding Beauty and Renewal in the Wild Nearby."

Storm moves in

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A snow shower moves in from the northwest in this photo shot from Washington Park on Saturday afternoon. Expect more tonight. (Bob Hodgman photo)

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  • LYMAN — Locals remember former Mayor Louie Parker as a man who left a lasting impression on the town.

  • TWISP — The latest blast of wintery weather will keep the North Cascades Highway closed until next spring.

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  • AUDITIONS: The Skagit Valley College drama department will hold auditions for its upcoming play, “Last Days of Judas Iscariot.” Available roles include: Judas Iscariot, Satan, Mother Teresa, Caiaphas,

  • MOUNT VERNON — Orange jumpsuits and slippers are no fashion statement, and Seattle police detective Kim Bogucki wants to make sure the kids in juvenile detention know it.

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