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Crosscut
The orcas are starvingand two counties passed resolutions condemning the action. A Pasco City Council
The orcas are starving
Crosscut / Posted 3 days ago
and two counties passed resolutions condemning the action. A Pasco City Council member even proposed breaching Seattle’s Ballard Locks in response. “We are not going to allow a few Seattle ultraliberal environmental zealots to destroy what took... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Lake Washington sockeye counts still climbing; Columbia River run surpasses forecastis just the start of what could be remarkable returns. Through Sunday (June 19
Lake Washington sockeye counts still climbing; Columbia River run surpasses forecast
The Seattle Times / Posted 6 days ago
is just the start of what could be remarkable returns. Through Sunday (June 19), 3,424 sockeye have been counted at the Ballard Locks fish ladder. “It will be an exciting summer to watch the counts, and we’d like something good to hope for as... Read more
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Ballard News-Tribune
Burke-Gilman Trail “Missing Link” Draft Environmental Impact Statement now availabletwo existing portions of the Burke-Gilman Trail between the intersection of NW
Burke-Gilman Trail “Missing Link” Draft Environmental Impact Statement now available
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
two existing portions of the Burke-Gilman Trail between the intersection of NW 45th Street and 11th Avenue NW, and the Ballard Locks. SDOT will hold two public hearings to provide information about the DEIS and to solicit public comments. The... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Lake Washington sockeye run off to a fast start, and Columbia River return still on a record paceup in recent days and the early signs are looking very bright. Through Wednesd
Lake Washington sockeye run off to a fast start, and Columbia River return still on a record pace
The Seattle Times / Posted 11 days ago
up in recent days and the early signs are looking very bright. Through Wednesday, 916 sockeye have been counted at the Ballard Locks fish ladder, and is a little less than the 1,217 counted in 2006 during the same time, which is also the last... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Sleep on a tugboat (and other offbeat lodgings around Seattle)Towboat, founded in 1948 by the Shrewsbury family. The Sally S is docked in Ma
Sleep on a tugboat (and other offbeat lodgings around Seattle)
The Seattle Times / Posted 11 days ago
Towboat, founded in 1948 by the Shrewsbury family. The Sally S is docked in Magnolia, between Fisherman’s Terminal and the Ballard Locks. (It’s also a short walk to either spot). The Marians lived on it for a while before they realized if Sally S... Read more

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