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Stories for Nov. 30, 2012
The players in the Rep's holiday reprisal of a skit about a struggling non-profit theatre company give it all they've got, but they can't make up for bad writing.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
In a state where agriculture and health are important job creators, federal research cuts could have widespread effects.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Port Gamble and its surrounding forests have been logging territory for more than a century. Owner Pope Resources is willing to strike a deal with local tribes that would conserve thousands of acres of forestland. If the two sides can agree on terms.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
After a jarring report from Gov. Gregoire's panel on ocean acidification, state Sen. Kevin Ranker takes aim at the Northwest's biggest culprit: Carbon dioxide emissions.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Aging, over-priced players are no way to build a team.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS