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In this graphic provided by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, a logo that will be used for labeling legal marijuana produced in Washington state is shown. Officials released a preliminary draft of regulations for growing and selling legalized marijuana Thursday, May 16, 2013. Voters last November made Washington and Colorado the first states to legalize the sale of taxed marijuana to adults over 21 at state-licensed stores.

Pot business applications surpass 700

Licences to be issued early next year

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Ferndale School Board honored for excellence

Among 15 honored by the state

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‘See and be Seen’ enforcement hits Bellingham streets

Police emphasizing bicycle-related traffic laws

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AG says more campaign money hidden in I-522 fight

Concealing millions more dollars

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Gun sales initiative closer to ballot

Would restrict stricter background checks

Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke (U.S. Department of Commerce photo)

Locke stepping down as U.S. Ambassador to China

Rejoining his family in Seattle

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Mount Baker opens Thursday

Discounted tickets available

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Dangerous highway intersection to get fix

State asking Kendall residents for feedback

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Bride arrested on wedding night for biting groom

Groom refuses to cooperate with police

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‘Scandal’ star Columbus Short arrested

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The actor has been arrested after missing two court appearances.

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More schools are mixing beer, football at stadiums

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A growing number of schools are bringing the party inside, opening taps in concourses that traditionally have been alcohol-free zones.

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Mo’ne Davis, team out of Little League World Series

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Star pitcher Mo'ne Davis and her team are out of the running.

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Friday’s Sports Minute

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Here is a look at the sports news making headlines today, Friday, Aug. 22.

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U.S. keeper Howard to take year off from international duty

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U.S national team goalkeeper Tim Howard says he will take a year off from international duty in order to spend more time with his family.