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Daily Archives: August 22nd, 2011

New coastal radar now online near Copalis Beach; local meteorologists thrilled

Excerpt: Thanks to the tire­less efforts of our two U.S. Sen­a­tors — par­tic­u­lar­ly our junior sen­a­tor, Maria Cantwell — the Pacif­ic North­west final­ly has a state-of-the-art Doppler radar sta­tion locat­ed on the coast, capa­ble of assist­ing mete­o­rol­o­gists in prepar­ing more accu­rate and use­ful fore­casts for our region. The radar sta­tion, which has been under­go­ing con­struc­tion since […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Core Encyclopedia Topics, Public Planning
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Winnowing election update: Not many ballots tabulated today; little to report

Excerpt: It looks like the turnout in the August 2011 win­now­ing elec­tion has crest­ed. In the days fol­low­ing elec­tion night, we saw steady improve­ment in the ratio of bal­lots cast to reg­is­tered vot­ers. But the num­bers hard­ly changed at all today. On Fri­day, the turnout ratio in the King Coun­ty Coun­cil Dis­trict #6 race was 30.37%. […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Elections
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