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Stories for Nov. 12, 2012
Guest Opinion: In the global health community, pneumonia may hold less weight than malaria or AIDs, but every twenty seconds it takes a child's life.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Student teams in the Washington Green Schools program learn about environmental issues and drive cost savings for their school. The program also means a funding boost for cash-strapped Seattle schools and a real-life reason for kids to learn their times tables.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The state has never seen an environmental review take comments from so much of the state. And unexpectedly large numbers of people are showing up to oppose shipping coal for burning in China.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS