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County Council's Reagan Dunn pleads guilty to DUI

He revealed his plea to The Seattle Times in an interview and told the paper he had first sought alcohol abuse treatment in 2011.

SEATTLE TIMES

How National Parks tried to control lone reporter's coverage of chalet move

Kitsap Sun reporter Tristan Baurick: "When I set out to cover the effort to save Olympic National Park’s Enchanted Valley Chalet last week, I thought the toughest part would be the 13-mile hike. Worse, I found after six hours on the trail, was a bizarre blockade on press freedom – the likes of which I’d never experienced outside a military base or murder scene."

KITSAP SUN (BREMERTON)

How does a writer help create more 'nerds of color'?

Writer Jervey Trevalon talks about identity, teaching and organizing literary events with an eye toward engaging young people.

HIGH COUNTRY NEWS

More job cuts at Microsoft

According to Bloomberg, Microsoft will "roll out" another round of job cuts tomorrow, in addition to the 18,000 "reductions" that occurred in July.

BLOOMBERG.COM

The state of Seattle streets

"A new Seattle Department of Transportation report has found that about 36 percent of the city's 1,574 lane miles of arterial streets were in some stage of poor condition last year - and 10.2 percent of those heavily trafficked streets were in 'seriously poor or failed condition.'"

SEATTLE WEEKLY
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