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Stories for March 21, 2012
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A sad young heart's disillusionment with America holds this collection together. It's a thin personal thread for the weighty subject of Hanford during the Cold War and after.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Horrendous murders test a childhood faith in the power of forgiveness. One consoling thought: the pain is a kind of gift.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Peter Orser of Weyerhaeuser Real Estate sees the local market near bottom and a steady but very slow return to stronger prices. Banks and developers are finding new ways to cope.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The Village Theatre's 'It Shoulda Been You' turns marriage pomp on its head with nearly perfect execution.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Gateway Pacific Terminals, the entity behind Bellingham's proposed Cherry Point coal port, is moving ahead with permitting but dodging opponents pushing for an environmental review covering a wider geography. Another battle heats up over economic impacts and displaced jobs.READ MORE 16 COMMENTS