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Articles from the July 16, 2012 edition

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 By Laura Snyder    Columns    July 16, 2012

No Pain, No Gain

Women of a certain age should not paddle canoes. At least, that’s what my body said. While my body screamed for mercy the day after a canoeing expedition – which lasted barely an hour – my mind valiantly fought for rational…

 By Washington News Service    News    July 16, 2012

‘Judging the Judges’ in the WA Primary Election

SILVERDALE, Wash. – Judges are not above the political fray when it comes to attack ads and negative campaigning. But in Washington, there is an impartial place to go for information before voting in judicial races. It’s a nonprofit, nonpartisan webs…

 By Soundbite Services    News    July 16, 2012

Tree-Planting Campaign Looks for “Triple Win”

They’re planting trees with a new purpose. The Clear Water Carbon Fund is guiding tree-planting projects to improve water quality, store carbon, and support local economies. John Gunn is a Senior Program Leader at the Manomet Center for Conservation…

 By Staff    News    July 16, 2012

Nominations being taken for state’s highest civics award

OLYMPIA…It’s time for the public to nominate its favorite community-centric corporations for Washington’s highest civics award. Secretary of State Sam Reed has announced that his office has started accepting nominations for a 2012…

 By Attorney General Of Washington    News    July 16, 2012

Husband and daughter plead guilty to stealing $111,705 from state healthcare programs

OLYMPIA — Today the Washington State Attorney General’s Office announced that the husband and daughter of a home-healthcare program client will serve jail time for stealing $111,705 from state and federal health care programs….

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