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April 23, 2014 at 6:41 AM

Wednesday Memo: $250,000 duck attack? … Election results … M’s misery

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Beware, dangerous duck: A Washougal, Wash., woman is suing after she was attacked by another woman’s pet duck in Estacada, Ore. Cynthia Ruddell wants $250,000 in damages after the attack by the duck owned by a woman who lives near the victim’s mother.

Does this mean more traffic congestion? Voters rejecting new money for transit; bus cuts coming. Just asking.

Here’s all  you need to know about the Mariners’ performance yesterday:

  • 5-2 loss
  • 12 strikeouts
  • 10,466 fans on hand
  • 8th straight loss

Sound familiar? Have you been to a Mariners game yet this season? Vote in our poll.

The Snohomish County Council’s decision to consider an emergency moratorium on development in areas at risk of landslides in the county can only be a good thing.

Information about President Obama’s visit to the mudslide area yesterday can be found here.

Weather: Rain, showers, chance of showers, etc. National Weather Service forecast

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  3. Bertha won’t dig until at least March
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  5. Obama to witness ruin, strength of North Fork Stillaguamish Valley

Memo light: 1shoe

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Nick Provenza: 206-464-2142 or nprovenza@seattletimes.com


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