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The following are criminal cases heard Thursday in Skagit County Superior Court:

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which oversees the licensing of hydroelectric dams, issued last week a study plan determination for the relicensing of Seattle City Light’s three-dam Skagit River Hydroelectric Project.

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The following are criminal cases heard Thursday in Skagit County Superior Court:

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Here’s a sampling of recent calls to local police and fire agencies:

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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which oversees the licensing of hydroelectric dams, issued last week a study plan determination for the relicensing of Seattle City Light’s three-dam Skagit River Hydroelectric Project.

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ANACORTES — A disease the state Department of Fish and Wildlife determined in early June was killing deer on the San Juan Islands is now believed to be affecting deer in Anacortes.

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MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon School Board approved Wednesday the school district’s 2021-22 budget, which will see the district continuing to make good on a goal to enhance equity throughout its schools.

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SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state’s top epidemiologist is recommending that everyone wear a mask or face covering in crowded indoor places because of the rise of the COVID-19 delta variant — even if they have been vaccinated.

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TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Authorities say a security guard found dead in downtown Tacoma was severely beaten by a U.S. Army Ranger after she tried to stop the intoxicated man from entering a building, according to court documents.

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SEATTLE, July 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Executives of Realogics Sotheby's International Realty (RSIR) witnessed a meteoric rise in buyer demand as inventory plummeted during the first half of 2021 compared with the prior year. This propelled at trend at both the region's most affordable…

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Can slicing a 100-mile trench into the bed of the Columbia River be good for the environment? The answer is a big yes, says a team of energy developers that proposes submerging power cables in the riverbed.

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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.

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Following public outreach this winter and spring, Skagit County is moving forward with its agritourism study, and is beginning to discuss possible policy changes.