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September 22, 2014 at 4:53 PM

Whoops! That Bremerton-Seattle ferry wasn’t really overloaded Aug. 15

A state inquiry found that the ferry Cathlamet wasn’t truly overloaded on Aug. 15, the day it returned to Bremerton and 484 passengers had to walk off the vessel. It turns out that the real number of passengers on the 4:20 p.m. run from Bremerton to Seattle was actually near the maximum allowable load of 1,200…

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September 21, 2014 at 9:07 AM

Sunday Memo: Seahawks Sunday … Domestic violence: We’re worse than NFL … Corgi shot dead remembered

The Seahawks‘ game against the Denver Broncos this afternoon may appear to be a rematch of their Super Bowl meeting of last season, but not really … See was sport’s writer Bob Condotta has to say about it. And speaking of the NFL, the reported domestic violence incidents involving some of its players…

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September 19, 2014 at 7:09 AM

Friday Memo: Upholding the law … Freeway closures … Hot Hawks … Clutch M’s win

Role reversal: This former officer seems to have forgotten the part about upholding the law. The former police chief of Montesano is accused of selling meth and heroin. He’s also facing charges for allegedly stealing $1,500 in liquor from the grocery store. Busy streets: If you’re downtown this weekend, keep an eye out…

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September 14, 2014 at 9:02 AM

Sunday Memo: Mars Hill’s troubles … Deer woes … Seahawks game day

Mars Hill Church struggles to survive: The church and its founder-leader Mark Driscoll are the subject of an in-depth report today by staff writer Craig Welch. The story explores, among other things, the church’s dwindling numbers and Driscoll’s controversial interactions with church leadership and staff, which have been…

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September 4, 2014 at 6:20 AM

Thursday Memo: RIP, JCP … Body at recycling center … Hiker rescued … The big game

J.C. Penny closing shop in Bellevue: If you have been reading business news over the past few years, you’re probably not too surprised that struggling J.C. Penney is closing its store at Bellevue Square. Grisly discovery: Workers at a recycling center in Vancouver, Wash., found a body on a conveyor belt yesterday. Hiker…

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September 3, 2014 at 10:07 PM

Seahawks’ crabbiest fan, Marshawn Pinch, retiring

Marshawn Pinch, the Seahawks’ 12th Crustacean, has hung up his shelmet for good. The Seattle Aquarium announced the famed hermit crab’s retirement on Wednesday, one day before the Seahawks’ season opener. The crab “hopped a riptide and headed for the unexplored waters of Earth’s one big ocean,” the Aquarium wrote on its website. Marshawn Pinch More

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August 29, 2014 at 7:16 AM

Friday Memo: Hello, fall … Bumpin’ at Bumbershoot … King Felix … Methow bound

Hey fall. Long time, no see:  Get your sweaters out for Labor Day weekend. The highs aren’t even expected to reach 70 until maybe Monday, according to the National Weather Service forecast. It’s a weekend to embrace your love of Northwest gray skies, drizzle and cool days. Weather be damned. There’s still fun…

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August 28, 2014 at 6:30 AM

Thursday Memo: Cooler days coming … Cop shoots attacking dog … Seahawks tonight

Weather, she’s a-changin‘: The temperature is expected to reach about 75 today, but only to the upper 60s or maybe 70 degrees tomorrow. Temperatures lower than what we’ve seen recently are also expected through the holiday weekend. National Weather Service forecast Cop shoots, kills dog that bit him: It happened Spokane Valley, where the…

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