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Posts published in “Day: January 13, 2014”

From the WA briefing

Bellingham Bay

 The Port of Bellingham and Washington Department of Ecology removed approximately 230 cubic yards of contaminated soil from the construction site. The soil is contaminated with low levels of metals and hydrocarbons. The soil is stockpiled nearby while arrangements are made to properly dispose of it. Crews have been investigating the area known as the Westman Marine cleanup site for contamination left behind from previous boat and shipyard work dating back to the 1940s. (photo/via Department of Ecology)
 

What made the front page

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Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location)

Boise Elevated, a new business group (Boise Statesman)
Idaho gas prices above average (Nampa Press Tribune)
Sawtooth Society speaks on monument plan (TF Times News)
Avalanche warning at Sun Valley (TF Times News)

Amtrak train stopping at Albany (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Eugene city council debates climate change (Eugene Register Guard)
UO increases recruitment efforts (Eugene Register Guard)
Alex's Plaza closes (Ashland Tidings)
Packwood on Wyden's challenge (Portland Oregonian)
Ill tidings for CRC in Olympia (Portland Oregonian)
Plans for burned downtown Salem tract (Salem Statesman Journal)

Snohomish v Pierce for 777X work (Everett Herald)
Legislative session opens (Kennewick TriCity Herald, Port Angeles News)
Yakamas want to ban pot in some area (Kennewock TriCity Herald)
West Main realignment stressing businesses (Port Angeles News)
Port of Vancouver in oil legal case (Port Angeles News)
Yakima labor fight at Supreme Court (Seattle Times, Vancouver Columbian)
Interim Seattle police chief plans (Seattle Times)
University Road overpass rejected (Spokane Spokesman)
Pierce County prosecutor won't handle pot lawsuits (Tacoma News Tribune)
Clark County property tax increases (Vancouver Columbian)
Republican plan moves public employees to 401k (Yakima Herald Republic)