March 20, 2012

Public Policy

Councilman Scales gives OK on potential legal advisor
Judge upholds Washington state liquor initiative
Governor signs child abuse reporting bill into law


Tacoma Mayor Marilyn Strickland opts out of race for 6th District Congress
Police lobby will support McKenna


Silverdale’s Applied Technical Systems streamlining patent process
Bainbridge Island Downtown restaurants ask islanders to dine local
Video of the Week 3/19/12: Grow Community Site Demolition (See Environment)
Wash. budget writers discuss alternatives
State weighs more private contracts for services
Job seekers getting asked for Facebook passwords
Listening to the ‘hidden nation’ of the unemployed–hidden-nation–of-the-unemployed/


Enter the Kitsap rain garden photo contest and register your rain garden
State auditor: Manager’s contract puts Belfair Water District at risk
Ex-Port Townsend mayor warns of biomass hazards
PSE answers critics on storm response
Is Solar Power for Data Centers a Bad Idea?
Clark County continues legal battle against stormwater rules
Effects of Wind on Solar Arrays: Not Just Hot Air
Editorial: Not-so-bright idea
Pure Seattle: Solar Picnic Shelters in Jefferson Park
How many signed up for broadband in 2011?
Social media used by majority of companies
NetZero to launch free wireless broadband service — with strings—-with-strings


Video of the Week 3/19/12: Grow Community Site Demolition (See Business/Economy)
Sea Lions: Going lethal is sad but necessary
Elwha River returning to its historic canyon channel
Engineer wants to stop Arctic warming with a cloud-whitening machine
Interstate 5 Goes Electric From Canadian Border to California State Line


North Kitsap School District’s new superintendent: Patrice Page
History Day helps students expand their lessons
Bainbridge Island School District seeks new board member
The Island School Pilgrimage at Battle Point Park
Governor signs collaborative schools bill into law


Navy security exercise could cause jams at gates


Governor signs tribal retrocession bill into law
Tribal youths to gather for career day at University of Washington

Community/Social Services

Community turns out for Bainbridge Library celebration
Scout’s honor: Grann Steele is fourth Eagle in his family; honored by community

General Interest

Girl shot at Bremerton school turns 9 in hospital


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