March 14, 2012

Public Policy

PO lawyers touted for court vacancy
McCloud enters race for Washington Supreme Court
Behind the judge’s decision to change marriage ballot title


Hargrove, Angel exit race for Dicks’ seat


Kitsap County lost 1,300 jobs in January
Budget talks continue on day 2 of special session
2 main sticking points still stalling progress on state budget
WWU students to work with local entrepreneurs (See Schools/Education)


State loan could help Bainbridge avoid another sewer leak in Eagle Harbor
Council: Northwest Likely To Continue Producing More Electricity Than It Needs Spring, Early Summer
Smart meters to dominate electricity regulation by 2016
Washington State Employees’ March to Savings (March to Savings)
State DNR biomass report says slash extraction won’t hurt forests
As web booms, so does demand for data centers
Seattle doctor raises serious concerns about nuclear reactor near Hanford, Washington
Is it helpful to use the homeless as a walking broadband connection?


Lower part of Elwha to be “re-channeled” this week


Harper dock has long history, uncertain future
State transportation budget includes funds for Highway 305/Suquamish Way improvement planning
They call it ‘public transit’ but some riders get left behind–public-transit–but-some-riders-get-left-behind/


Visiting admiral pushes for science-focused ‘aviation high school’ (See Military)
Tawresey offers regrets, apology in resignation letter
Bainbridge Island School District: HSPE & MSP add to other assessment tools
WWU students to work with local entrepreneurs (See Business/Economy)
NKSD: Budget Planning Update: Blue Notes are back!
SKSD: State Inspectors Rate SKSD Bus Fleet Outstanding


Visiting admiral pushes for science-focused ‘aviation high school’ (See Schools/Education)
Wall of Honor recognizes all those who’ve served

General Interest

Mother, boyfriend charged with assault in Bremerton school shooting


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