December 14, 2011

Public Policy

Constitutionality of espresso stand lewd conduct ordinance questioned
Council meeting doesn’t include Matthes taking oath of office
Financial woes might close Sylvan Way post office
2 familiar faces leave Port of Bremerton
Murray, Cantwell criticize Obama on contraceptives
A cellphone ban for drivers? Don’t count on it in Washington


85,000 people in state expected to lose unemployment benefits
Tuesday Jolt: Sen. Patty Murray
WA House approves budget proposal
Who Are The Young Farmers Of ‘Generation Organic’?


Four finalists pegged for Bremerton public works job
Port Orchard City Council accelerates water rate increases to pay for well repairs
Mason County PUD 3 Adopts $57 Million 2012 Budget
PNNL studies storing wind power underground
Cow manure to power new King County plant
PG&E CEO lays off solar investor group
Solar-powered Seattle home uses clever, quirky ways to be green
EPA To Unveil Stricter Rules For Power Plants
6 Easy Ways to Save Water and Money During the Holidays


Rare sighting of blue whales off Wash. coast
EPA To Unveil Stricter Rules For Power Plants
Bellingham group sues company over clean-water


Martinac sends counter-offer in attempt to keep ferry work
Task force says state needs billions for transportation


Gregoire’s education reform proposals piloted in North Mason, Bremerton
Making sense of food


Canadian submarine visiting Bangor base
Unemployed sailors on the job hunt
Federal hiring of vets hits 20-year high
Speaking of military families


When it comes to salmon, tribes get creative
Tribal casino? Not so fast

Community/Social Services

Cold weather shelter in need of volunteers
State budget cuts hurt local HIV/AIDS Foundation


The Nate Berkus Show to feature Big Valley light display


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