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Comments Sought on Dungeness River Flood Plan

The Peninsula Daily News posted an article calling for comments for the Dungeness River Comprehensive Flood Hazard Management Plan. The plan offers recommendations for land uses in the flood-prone areas near the lower Dungeness...

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Canoeists complete leg in trip to Lummi

The Bellingham Herald and The Olympian have stories about the Paddle to Lummi: The Bellingham Herald: PORT ANGELES — Tribal canoe groups from Vancouver Island and the Washington coast converged here Saturday to complete the...

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Being Frank: Life Without The Orca?

OLYMPIA (June 12, 2006) — Life just wouldn’t be the same without the orca.

For thousands of years, these magnificent mammals have splashed through the ocean waves and skipped playfully through the serene waters of Puget Sound. Tribal culture has been greatly inspired by these awesome black and white giants who have always been a wondrous sign of purity and vitality in the Northwest.

Now our brother orca is listed as an endangered species, a fact almost too tragic to perceive. Orcas will disappear from our waters unless we all work together to make sure we have an environment that will sustain them. As it is, we don’t. Our waters are riddled with toxic filth and it is slowly killing them.

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