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July 15, 2014 at 6:37 AM

Tuesday Memo: World Cup vs. working … San Juans tree cutting … Turning down the heat

Anyone still think we’re not a soccer city? Analysis: Analysis: World Cup cost Seattle $6 million in productivity

Ferry worker spying on girls? The Washington State Department of Transportation may review employment policies and hiring practices after a ferry worker was accused of photographing girls on the Tillicum ferry.

Here’s a popular story from overnight: And we’re guessing it’s getting attention, at least in part, because the landowner is from out of state. Lottery winner fined for clearing brush, trees on San Juan Island

Weather: Are you glad it’s cooled off a bit? It’s going to be in mid-80s today, but not quite as warm tomorrow and Thursday. Those 90-degree days were getting old, right? National Weather Service forecast

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


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