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Permanent bridge span construction sliding into place

Replacement scheduled Saturday night into Sunday Morning

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Oil spill response test set for today

Large scale exercise in San Juans

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County council reopens slaughterhouse debate

Council makes changes to proposal

Sea Breaker Sinking

Oil, diesel spill from sunken fishing boat spreading

Miles of sheen on water near Point Roberts

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North Cascades Highway set to reopen this week

Crews clearing landslide debris

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Couple convicted in adopted daughter’s death

Young teenager dies of malnutrition and hypothermia in family’s backyard

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Future of National Forest roads up for discussion

National Forest Service deciding which roads to keep, maintain, or build

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New Skagit River bridge section almost ready

Will be installed Saturday night

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Ferndale breaks ground on new library

Scheduled to open next year

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Pats RB Blount says Seahawks defense is not immortal, can be beaten

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SUPER PATS: New England Patriots players celebrate near the team's bench during the second half of the NFL football AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, Jan. 18, in Foxborough, Mass. Photo: Associated Press/Elise Amendola

Blount at Media Day: "I don't care about them being the top defense, that doesn't bother me," "They were good enough to get here, just like we were good enough to get here. They're not immortal. They can be beaten."

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Bells sign three from Chico State University to 2015 roster

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Pitchers A.J. Epstein and Hunter Haworth will join the Bells pitching staff, accompanied by outfielder Alex Michaels.

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Whatcom County could see major growth in next 20 years

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Population could be 260,000 by 2030

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County unemployment rises in December

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2,200 more people entered the county work force

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Councilman: Rental registration program not expensive

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City will front the start-up costs of program