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Prepay phone users will notice new charge

Fee for enhanced 911 service

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Transportation expert wants B.C. border crossers to pay toll

Says they should pay for avoiding B.C.’s high gas tax


Solider’s wife not allowed reentry into U.S.

Pending marriage Visa separates couple

Naval Air Station Patuxent River (Aug. 2, 2006) - A new era in Naval aviation have began for the first EA-18G Growler aircraft, the next-generation electronic attack aircraft for the U.S. Navy that combines the combat-proven F/A-18 Super Hornet with state-of-the-art electronic warfare avionics suite.The EA-18G will feature an airborne electronic attack suite based on Northrop Grumman's Improved Capability III system, a radically new jamming and information warfare system. The EA-18G is expected to enter initial operational capability in 2009. U.S. Navy photo (RELEASED)

Navy resumes noisy training flights

Coupeville residents file lawsuit

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Murder suspect may be in Skagit County

Has ties in Mount Vernon and Anacortes

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Man sacrifices goat

Kills animal in name of God

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History of the holiday: Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving celebrations date back to the first European settlements in America, but it wasn't until the 1860s that it was declared a national holiday.

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Selden, Kansas beat Vanderbilt for Maui title


Wayne Selden Jr. scored 25 points on 8-of-11 shooting,and No. 5 Kansas won the Maui Jim Maui Invitational with a 70-63 victory over No. 19 Vanderbilt on Wednesday night.

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Vrbata scores twice, Canucks beats Wild 3-2

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Vancouver wins for just the third time in their last 11 games.

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Costco: FDA tests point toward E. coli in salad vegetables


Craig Wilson, Costco vice president of food safety and quality assurance, said Wednesday he was told by the Food and Drug Administration that the strain of E. coli seems to be connected to an onion and celery mix.

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WWU Women’s hoops in Hawaii for a pair of games

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The Vikings, who open play on Thanksgiving, are looking to snap a two game losing streak.