December 30, 2011

Public Policy

NKF&R wages capped for next three years


Candidates line up for Wash. congressional seats
Marijuana supporters have collected more than 340,000 signatures for Initiative 502
Court Halts Washington Limits On Late Ballot Donations
Patty Murray: Defend my single seatmate


Old Sandpiper location in Silverdale bustling once again
The flowing spirits of Bainbridge Island
Silverdale Planned Parenthood forced to shut down
Highest state minimum wage, but not highest in country
Verizon Wireless to charge $2 for one-time payment
2011 ending on ‘up note,’ economists say


Judge calls runoff standards inadequate
Washington council won’t revisit approval of wind farm visible from Columbia Gorge Scenic Area
Going Green: 10 Simple Steps to Improve the Planet
Here’s a light bulb primer to meet new standards
Energy Efficiency in 2011: Progress on Many Fronts, Treading Water on Others
4 Ways The Military Is Saving Energy
Top 10 clean energy stories of 2011
9 smart grid predictions for 2012
The Joy of Quiet


Record year likely for Puget Sound sport crabbing
UBC researchers try to improve the green footprints of green roofs


Curley Creek bridge opening tentatively set for early February
Port of Port Townsend accepts grant to build passenger ferry


Occupy group plans to picket Bangor base
4 Ways The Military Is Saving Energy

Community/Social Services

New Year’s Eve 2011 — Not everyone is going to Seattle for festivities
Still Plunging after all these years

KitsapReview 2011

2011 top stories: Bridge, Bay Vista and YMCA brought new beginnings in 2011
Best of 2011: Scientists zero in on culprits behind Puget Sound water problems
Top 11 of 2011
Top 10 clean energy stories of 2011


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