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City Fills with Motorcycles & Riders

City Fills with Motorcycles & Riders

The 33rd annual Oyster Run rumbled into town Sunday giving locals a chance to walk Commercial Ave. and check out thousands of motorcycles.

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The Power of Protein (Part II of II)

The Power of Protein (Part II of II)

In part I of this series, protein was defined, its roles in the body discussed, food sources identified, and the body's requirements explained. In part II of this series, I will review the consequences of too little and too much protein in the diet, as well as discuss vegetarianism.

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Skagit Vallley Herald

  • LA CONNER — Pumpkin grower Joel Holland of Sumner reclaimed his state record for giant pumpkins with a mammoth 1,450-pound entry in Christianson’s Nursery’s annual Skagit Valley Giant Pumpkin Festival

  • CLEAR LAKE — A new water main and fire hydrants are on their way to residents living along Old Day Creek Road between B Street and Timber Lane as a Skagit Public Utility District project began Monday.

  • BREAKFAST FOR CHAMPIONS: The Skagit Valley College Foundation will host a scholarship fundraiser, Breakfast for Champions of Diversity, on Wednesday, Oct. 1. The complimentary breakfast from 7:30-9 a.

  • Name: Leslie Krous

  • BOW — Around the back of a wooden shed off Chuckanut Drive was the biggest natural beehive that beekeeper Bruce Vilders had ever seen.


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