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ROCKPORT — At Howard Miller Steelhead Park on Saturday, Joe Ordonez explained to a small group the connections between the Skagit River, forest, salmon and the bald eagles that spend winter on the river banks in search of a meal. 

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Government meetings scheduled for next week in Skagit County

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Among recent police and fire activity this week was a fire involving three travel trailers at a homeless camp north of Burlington

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In response to the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community’s threat to sue, the Army Corps of Engineers agreed last week to take a new look at the regionally developed Skagit Delta Tidegate Fish Initiative under the federal Endangered Species Act.

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A listing of school board meetings scheduled for this week in Skagit County

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CONCRETE — Amid developing an annual summer travel guide insert for the Concrete Herald, juggling other duties as the monthly newspaper’s owner-publisher/editor and responsibilities as the current mayor of Concrete the past week, Jason Miller was also occasionally scanning the candidate fili…

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A third candidate filed to run for mayor of Anacortes just before the conclusion of filing week for the 2021 election, and two candidates — including the incumbent — filed to run for mayor of Concrete hours before the deadline on Friday.

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Skagit County Planning Commissioner Mark Lundsten abruptly resigned Tuesday, citing a monthslong disagreement with the rest of the commission over whether he had a right to offer a minority opinion on a vote.