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Stories for Dec. 26, 2012
The Daily Troll: Cars vs. wheelchair. Bellevue gun victim as standout at Garfield High. Baristas against recession.
A wheelchair athlete's training hits an obstacle. The victim of a shooting at a Bellevue bar was a standout while a student at Garfield High School.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Turkish photographer Sedat Pakay became a part of Baldwin's inner circle while he was living in Istanbul. Now, Pakay's intimate collection of photographs is on display at the Northwest African American Museum.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
There's a lot of revision going on to make the numbers support irrigation expansion in Eastern Washington. While environmentalists worry, the state plunges forward under a 2006 law.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
While other areas worry about train traffic and climate change, San Juan Islanders also fear a shipping disaster that could harm whales, salmon, and beaches.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Tree-hugging and property rights converge, as a settlement is offered in vain and a legal showdown looms over Clyde Hill's constitutionally questionable view-protection law. How many more trees will fall if this one does?READ MORE 6 COMMENTS