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Police Blotter, March 21 - 27, 2015

This qualifies as an "Oops." On Saturday, Mar 21, an Anacortes man reported his boat stolen at a local marina when he discovered that it was missing from its slip. Police contacted the marina manager and discovered that the boat had been accidentally taken and placed in dry storage nearby.

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Tree Harvesting, Naturally

Tree Harvesting, Naturally

They are still busy as... Our Cranberry shoreline continues to be modified by local beavers. This tree was felled by their lumber and kitchen crew a couple weeks ago on the north shore of the lake, next to the road, just west of the campground entrance.



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  • CAREER ACADEMY: The Northwest Career and Technical Academy is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year at all of its Skagit and Whatcom campuses. The academy provides tuition-free career t

  • WIAA: The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association, Les Schwab Tires and Dairy Farmers of Washington are accepting applications until April 1 for two $5,000 scholarships and four $1,000 schol

  • LA CONNER — As visitors to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival began crowding the flower fields Saturday, a dapperly dressed group of about 50 people began a 13-mile cycling procession along county roads


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