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January 15, 2014 at 5:40 AM

Wednesday Memo: Is Seattle a stray dog? … Machinist boss retires … GOP lawmakers not happy

As the NFC title game approaches, columnist Danny Westneat asks, Is Seattle a stray dog to San Francisco’s alpha dog?

“… in a way we got our start as San Francisco’s dump. We are to them as Tacoma is to us. OK, that’s too extreme. How about this: We are San Francisco’s Spokane.’

A changing of the guard for machinists at Boeing. Union leader Tom Wroblewski says he’ll retire.

Unhappy Republicans: Gov. Inslee’s spending proposals have riled Republican lawmakers.

Weather: Fog then sun, fog then sun, fog then maybe sun.  National Weather Service forecast

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