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Fourteen malnourished horses seized in Thurston County

Horse rescue trying to find resources for animals’ care

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Primary election day this Tuesday

Elections for the City of Bellingham, the Bellingham School District and the City of Blaine ward two

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Feds might remove eagles from Ferndale center

Center’s permit renewal was declined

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Grassroots group raises funds for teachers’ cancer costs

Part of the Saint Luke’s Foundation Laurendeau Cancer Care fund

Close-up of sewer grate.

Sewer smoke tests blow into Lettered Streets

Crews identifying flow issues

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Reps want Green Mountain lookout removal delayed

Pushing legislation to keep it where it is

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Lummi Tribe says GPT violates treaty rights

Sending formal opposition to Army Corps of Engineers

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Larsen introduces “TIGER CUBS” to Congress

Act would help smaller cities compete for transportation funding

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in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: April 21

Fresh
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A look at the news making Hollywood headlines in years past.

in Local Sports

Mariners get Valbuena’d in loss to Astros

Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch watches batting practice during a spring training baseball workout, Tuesday, March 3, 2015, in Kissimmee, Fla.

Valbuena hits two HR in Houston's 7-5 victory over Seattle

in Local

Senator proposes bill to ticket slow left-lane drivers

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Going slower than the speed limit in a highway's fast lane could earn Washington drivers a speeding ticket under a bill pending in the state Senate.

in Local

Marijuana prices drop by more than half since last summer

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The average gram of marijuana in the state's system sells for about $12. That's down from a $30 average.

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Allegiant pilots bring up safety concerns during contract talks

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Allegiant Airlines Pilots say mechanical problems with the airline’s fleet and a culture where profits come before safety have them concerned, but it’s not unusual for pilots to bring up safety issues during labor talks.