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Pullman, WA

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Northwest Regional News

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English


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Newport Prepares To Welcome NOAA

8/18/2011
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Story: A fleet of federal research ships is moving from Seattle to the Oregon coast. This weekend, state and local leaders in Newport are celebrating the transition with festivities.

Duration: 00:02:24


Newport Prepares To Welcome NOAA

8/18/2011
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Story: A fleet of federal research ships is moving from Seattle to the Oregon coast. This weekend, state and local leaders in Newport are celebrating the transition with festivities.

Duration: 00:02:24


Newport Prepares To Welcome NOAA

8/18/2011
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Story: A fleet of federal research ships is moving from Seattle to the Oregon coast. This weekend, state and local leaders in Newport are celebrating the transition with festivities.

Duration: 00:02:24


Newport Prepares To Welcome NOAA

8/17/2011
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Story: A fleet of federal research ships is moving from Seattle to the Oregon coast. This weekend, state and local leaders in Newport are celebrating the transition with festivities.

Duration: 00:02:24


Newport Prepares To Welcome NOAA

8/17/2011
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Story: A fleet of federal research ships is moving from Seattle to the Oregon coast. This weekend, state and local leaders in Newport are celebrating the transition with festivities.

Northwest Regional News

8/17/2011
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Stories: 1) Seattle Voters Side with Gregoire on Ref 1. 2) Making a Bigger Deal About Smaller Fish 3) Kitzhaber Names Education Advisor

Northwest Regional News

8/17/2011
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Stories: 1) Seattle Voters Side with Gregoire on Ref 1. 2) Making a Bigger Deal About Smaller Fish 3) Kitzhaber Names Education Advisor

Northwest Regional News

8/16/2011
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Stories: 1) Un-damming The Elwha Part I 2) Tiny, Twangy Jew's Harp Takes Center Stage

Hanford Union Raises Concerns With Hanford Waste Treatment Plant

8/15/2011
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Story: The Department of Energy has given the go ahead to fabricating key elements of Hanford's waste treatment plant despite serious concerns being raised by engineers.

Northwest Regional News

8/15/2011
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Stories: 1) Redistricting with Accurate Representation 2) Roman Artifact Helps Nuclear Waste Storage 3) Harry & David Close To Emerging From Bankruptcy 4) Court Sides with WA, ID and Other States Against Health Care Reform 5) Whidbey Island Race Remembers Iraq's First Fallen Female Marine Officer 6) Oregon Youth Authority Braces for Major Changes

Northwest Regional News

8/12/2011
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Stories: 1) Black Bear Spotted at Hatchery 2) Bargain Basement Mortgage Rates Get Bank Phones Ringing 3) USDA Hopeful to Save Greater Sage-Grouse 4) Northwest Apple Harvest Could Yield Smaller Fruit This Year 5) Environmental Groups Say New "Conservation Fund" Misnamed

Commentary: Mount Rushmore Up Close

8/11/2011
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Story: Bad plastic surgery... Micheal Jackson, Kenny Rogers, Mt. Rushmore? Commentator Corinna Nicolaou shares her up close visit to Mt. Rushmore and is taken aback by concrete and nose jobs.

Northwest Regional News

8/11/2011
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Stories: 1) Friendship Forged Out of a Dark Childhood 2) Next Generation of Priests Face Abuse Fallout

Northwest Regional News

8/11/2011
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Stories: 1) Idaho Touts Its Red State Culture To Attract Gun Manufacturing Jobs 2) Gary Locke Wants to Make Washington Proud 3) Oregon Gets Another Chance To Win Major HUD Contract 4) Senator Murray Ready to Work on Super Committee 5) To Sue or Not? Wolf Advocates Ponder 6) Young Farmers Learning to Use Draft Horses

Northwest Regional News

8/10/2011
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Stories: 1) Deficit 'Super Committee' Selection Sen. Murray Proves Controversial 2) Next Generation of Priests Face Abuse Fallout

Northwest Regional News

8/10/2011
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Stories: 1) When It's Legal to Shoot a Grizzly Bear 2) Experiencing Hells Canyon through Boyd Norton's Lens 3) Short-Line Railroad Floats Third Coal Export Terminal Proposal in Washington 4) Archivists Warn Of Lack of Preparedness 5) Northwest Businesses Seek New Salmon Policy 6) Fighting Gang Violence with Picnic Baskets

Northwest Regional News

8/9/2011
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Stories: 1) Wallula Carbon Sequestration Project Experiments with Basalt 2) Gregoire Asks Agencies To Prepare Spending Cuts Up to 10% 3) Oregon Logging Protesters Gear Up Again 4) E. Coli Found in Oregon Strawberries 5) Oregon Irrigators Move Into The Hydropower Business 6) Washington's New Corn Plant Might Influence Crop Around World

Northwest Regional News

8/8/2011
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Stories: 1) Raw Oysters Source of Recent Bacteria Cases 2) Oregon Political Icon Mark Hatfield Dead At 89 3) No DNA Match To Purported D.B. Cooper Hijacking Suspect 4) Berry Farms Fined for Child Labor Law Violations 5) Debate Over Whether Taxes Cause Migration Rages On

Northwest Regional News

8/5/2011
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Stories: 1) Competition Heats Up To Insure Poor People in Washington 2) Bill Sizemore Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion

Northwest Regional News

8/4/2011
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Stories: 1) Kitzhaber Schedules Election To Replace Wu 2) D.B. Cooper Expert Casts Doubt On Latest Hijacking Suspect
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