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2011-2012 Stories

February 2012 News/Commentary

Texas Supreme Court ruling on groundwater a victory for property owners – Star-Telegram


Sen. Rand Paul proposes bill (S.2122) to clarify the definition of “navigable waters” – PLF


Fireplaces, wood stoves now under attack – Letter to the editor from Randy Dutton

Gorge management plan inadequate, court rules – Capital Press

Commentary: Penn Judge: Muslims Allowed to Attack People for Insulting Mohammad – Yahoo News


Bill sponsor says no deal yet on Columbia water – Capital Press


Washington State Hot Bills 2012 Legislative Session – Freedom Foundation (outside link)


Washington Supreme Court invalidates Mason County conservation assessment – Freedom Foundation


Letter to the Editor: Spreading Mass Awareness About Dangers of Smart Meters – Judi Hangartner


Florida repeals Smart Growth Law – by Wendell Cox


Clallam County citizens testify against “instream flow” rule – by Lois Krafsky-Perry and Sue Forde, Citizen Review


Dungeness water rule hearing draws crowd, resistance – PDN (outside link)


Earmark investigation: Rep. Norm Dicks and Puget Sound – Washington Post, with comments by Randy Dutton


Port Angeles council pair fails to persuade colleagues to rethink lawsuit fight against FEMA – PDN (outside link)


Washington State Governor candidate visits Clallam County – by Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review


Dungeness Water Rule Put to the Test – Sequim Gazette (outside link)


Group advising White House wants to restore controversial policy – Reinstatement of the Fairness Doctrine, may serve to silence critics of the theory of global warming – World Net Daily (outside link)

January 2012 News/Commentary

Commissioners sign letter asking that Wild Olympics plan be dropped – Daily World


Yelm student serves as legislative page – Christian Forde selected for Olympia position


Four C meeting on “Wild Olympics” – commentary by Marv Chastain


Okanogan County, WA and Methow Valley residents voice opposition to restrictive property regulations – (outside link)


SOPA Blackout Set For January 18th – Websites will go “dark” in protest of proposed legislation that will adversely affect the Internet – Web Pro News (outside link)


Republican National Committee unanimously passes Resolution about UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development


Californians howl over wolf’s arrival – Capital Press


Washington State native casts a vision for his home state – by Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review


The Town Too Tough to Die Sues the USA – Tombstone says it’s running out of water because the US Forest Service refuses to allow crews into nearby mountain wilderness areas to repair water lines – Courthouse News Service


High court to hear environmental case from Idaho – Capital Press

December 2011 News/Commentary

McEntire sworn in as Clallam County commissioner – PDN (outside link)


Point of View: Too much power in State Dept. of Ecology concerning Rayonier cleanup site? – Editorial by Kaj Ahlburg

Water management rule making waves Sequim Gazette


House panel probes workings of ESA- Doc Hastings calls statute ‘tool for excessive litigation’ – Capital Press


State to target wolves in Idaho’s Lolo region – Lewiston Tribune

Public opposition stirs Olympic National Park to rethink plans for trail along Lake Crescent – PDN (outside link)


Environmental groups sue US over flood management -The Olympian


Made in America – adding more American jobs– a report by Diane Sawyer (video)


David vs. Goliath: Idaho Couple Takes on the EPA – CBN News


Two letters against Wild Olympics


Clallam County commissioners take selves out of appeals process – PDN (outside link)


Hoaquiam, WA: Frustration comes out at Wild Olympics forum – The Daily World


Clallam inks agreement for Adventure Route trailhead – PDN (outside link)


How Much Will Proposed EPA Regulations Cost Us? – Heritage Foundation Commentary


Clallam County adopts $31.2 million final budget – PDN (outside link)


Local citizen groups oppose Wild Olympics Campaign, present Resolutions to County Commissioners – by Sue Forde, Citizen Review Online


Increased regulations for sewer systems means loss of property value, jobs – Letter to the Editor


Regulating property and “The Polluter Pays Principle” = Fascism? – Letter to the Editor


“Climate Change” is now going from ‘science’ to ‘ethics’ Commentary by Jim Boyer

November 2011 News/Commentary

State wasted nearly $2 million on unused or little-used cell phones – King 5 News


Md.: Tree cutting along water leads to $11,500 fine – Maximum fine was first conviction for state’s ‘Critical Area’ laws – Baltimore Sun


Ecology to restart rule-makin​g on the Water Resources Management Program for the Dungeness Portion of the Elwha-Dung​eness Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA 18)- Chapter 173-518 WAC – Notice from State DOE


McEntire wins Clallam County Commissioner race – Citizen Review Online


EPA using ‘press release science’ to justify regulations, congressmen say – The Daily Caller


Oklahoma City Leaves ICLEI but Not Agenda 21 – The New American


Murray, Dicks present version of Olympic National Park wilderness additions – PDN (outside link)


Murray, Dicks wade into Wild Olympics – The Daily World


CCAGW Frustrated by Net Neutrality Rules


Editorial: FCC Delivers a (Regulatory) Turkey for Thanksgiving – Net “Neutrality” becomes final – More bureaucratic controls to be implemented – CAGW


HUD Awards Nearly $100 M in Grants for UN’s Plan of Sustainable Developments


NV Energy’s smart meters to be investigated – Las Vegas Sun


Court Shuts Down Global Warming Lawsuit – America’s Future Court Monitor

October 2011 News/Commentary


New WPC Study: State Gives Away Gas Taxes to Indian Tribes


Siskiyou residents give views on Klamath project, proposed removal of four dams – Capital Press


Clallam County, City of Sequim to withdraw from ICLEI – Citizen Review Online


Letters to Jefferson County Commissioners reveal UN plans behind ICLEI, Climage Change Plan


The transformation of government – by Henry Lamb


Candidate favors holding back on tax increases – McEntire says he’d look hard for other options – News Release


Florida repeals Smart Growth bill – New Geography


The county that struck back against U.N. – by Henry Lamb


Hats off to Governor Scott for repealing State Growth Management Act – Commentary by Rene’ Holladay


Huge Arctic Ozone Hole Leaves Scientists Gaping – New American



Letter to the Editor: UN video states goal of gun control


Shoreline management plan meeting brings unanswered questions – by Lois Krafksy-Perry and Sue Forde, Citizen Review Online


WA State Dept. of Ecology promotes UN Agenda 21 – Editorial by Sue Forde, Citizen Review Online


Missouri: Commissioners say ‘no’ to Sustainable Development Consortium – Salem News Online


The difference between Planning 101 and Planning 102 is…
Since 1992, with the emergence of Agenda 21, the entire concept of planning has undergone a major transformation, especially with the assistance of HUD grants – by Henry Lamb


HUD Grants promote Agenda 21 “Sustainable Communities”Editorial by Sue Forde, Citizen Review Online


Williamsburg, VA: County Board of Supervisors Agree to Withdraw Affiliation With ICLEI – International Sustainability Group – Williamsburg Yorktown Daily


Court upholds conviction of Idaho farm manager – felony charged for replenishing irrigation wells with creek runoff – Capital Press


White House feels pressure on oil pipeline – State Department OK doesn’t sway greens – WA Times


Our Land – Collateral for the National Debt? – by Derry Brownfield for News with Views


Costa Rica’s “Debt for Nature” Swap – US forgives debt in exchange for nation’s commitment to “conserve and protect” land – Conservation International


Republicans Advance a Bill Defunding U.N. Population Agency – CNS News

September 2011 News/Commentary

Williamsburg, VA: County Board of Supervisors Debate Affiliation With International Sustainability Group – Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Letter to the Editor: “Voluntary Stewardship Program” just another name for a UN Agenda 21 program – Rene Holladay

TRAIN Act Would Analyze Job-Killing Effect of Regulatory Madness at the Environmental Protection Agency – Nat’l Policy Center News Release

Commissioners vote to apply for grant to develop an “Olympic Peninsula Sustainable Communities Consortium” – by Sue Forde & Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review Online

Commentary: Thoughts on ICLEI’s Strategy for 2010 – 2015 – by Kris Hallis for Citizen Review Online

Clint Didier speaks about UN Agenda 21 at FourC meeting in Sequim – by Lois Krafsky-Perry and Sue Forde, Citizen Review Online

Elwha Dams removal threatens family properties – by Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review Online

Smart Meters Are Here In Nevada by Mike Hazard

Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist Resigns Over Global Warming – Fox News

Comment period opens on plans for Spruce Railroad Trail – PDN (outside link)

Port Townsend aquatic center plans threatened by land act – PDN (outside link)

What happened to the Constitution? by Henry Lamb

State agency dings Port of Port Angeles over sprint track water – Ecology says water right needed for manmade pond – PDN (outside link)

Port Angeles, WA – Long-time local invites public as guests to gather on inholder property for a ‘time of remembrance’ for two lakes to be lost to dam destruction

Didier to speak in Sequim on Sept. 26th about Agenda 21 and its impact on citizens – Citizen Review

Cattle Feeder Says EPA Declared Hay a Pollutant – New American

Shoreline residents swamped by regulations – Puget Sound Business Journal

Aren’t the U.N. and the Nanny State wonderful my fellow Hobbits? Agenda 21, Sustainable Living, Mass Transit and the Nanny State – Commentary from Canda Free Press

Clallam County, WA: Local citizens against ICLEI / UN Agenda 21 voice their concern – by Lois Perry and staff, Citizen Review Online

Oklahoma City Leaves ICLEI but Not Agenda 21 – New American

Clallam ties with world group faulted – PDN (outside links)

Port Angeles city electricity bills likely to rise next year – PDN (outside link)

August 2011 News/Commentary

Senators weigh in on grizzly debate – CDA Press

Commentary: Elwha dam removal part of “rewilding” program under UN Agenda 21 – Dr. Karl Spees / Marv Chastain

Jefferson, Clallam counties approve pact for shoreline plans – PDN (outside link)

The UN Wildlands Project…Taking Over America Starting With Florida – by James Lampe for Florida Political Press

Private property owners in WA State have protection by State law – BUT….. We have no protection from the EPA and the EPA is after private property owners again – commentary by Pearl Rains Hewett

Commentary: WA State SMP is requiring Public access on private property at the expense of the property owner – commentary by Pearl Rains Hewett

It’s the Environmental Protection Agency, Stupid – The EPA is Causing Job Losses and Blocking Economic Development – commentary by NCPPR

Time To Delist California Species That Aren’t Endangered or Threatened – submitted by Pearl Rains Hewett

New Study Finds Computer Models Predict Too Much Warming – The Heartland Institute
Clallam County Commissioner candidates engage in first debate – by Sue Forde, Citizen Review Online

Author/Lecturer warns of Islamic uprising – by Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review Online

Statement to County Commissioners: ‘No Net Loss’ ‘Interlocal agreement with Jefferson County’ -by Dr. Karl Spees, CAPR

USDA Signs MOU with Rockefeller’s Council of Foundations to Exploit Rural Americaeditorial by Ted Gardner and Rady Ananda, Food Freedom

Over 300 people angered over “pocket gopher” ordinance

The UN Agenda 21 Marches on in America with the USDA-EPA National Partnership – Editorial in Canada Free Press

Smart Grid: The Implementation of Technocracy? – from August Forecast (outside link)

While Port Angeles moves forward with Smart Meters, PUD decides to “wait and see” – PDN (outside link)

Commentary: Agenda 21 pushes more farm regulation – Herald-Dispatch, West Virginia

Commission — Time to end the Wild Olympics debate – Daily World

Forks panel speaks to the Wild Olympics Campaign, Reintroduction of Wolves, and UN Agenda 21 – Citizen Review Online

State Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Commission meeting on Wolf Plan airs on TVW

New Low: 17% Say U.S. Government Has Consent of the Governed – Rasmussen Polls

State AG sues B of A company – Subsidiary accused of improperly handling foreclosures – The Columbian

Letter: Wolf reintroduction in Washington State of grave concern – Lynn Stuter

Letter: Too few building permits in Clallam County

Senator Coburn shares ideas on reducing government spending – 9,000,000,000,000 Ways to Balance the Budget

Land protections draw emotions – DECISION DELAYED: County leaders listen to both sides on woodland concerns – The Olympian

Update On The Fight to Stop Agenda 21 – Plantation, Florida quits ICLEI – Canada Free Press

July 2011 News/Commentary

Ahlburg urges Commissioners to withdraw from ICLEI at public meeting

California Wages War On Single-Family Homes – Forbes

Access Denied – Olympic Hot Springs Road blockaded and the “rest of the story” – by Pearl Rains Hewett

Olympic National Park’s Olympic Hot Springs Road past Altair campground closes Monday – PDN (outside link)

Wild Olympics Campaign, land use issues focus of town hall meeting
– Forks Forum

New NASA Data Blow Gaping Hole In Global Warming Alarmism – Forbes

State Supreme Court rejects KAPO shorelines appeal – Kitsap Sun

Port of Port Angeles to pay for Wild Olympics Campaign study – PDN (outside link)

UN HRC Approves Complaint Mechanism for Children – Global Governance Watch

BlueRibbon Coalition Calls for Legislation to Amend Recreation Permitting Process – The survival of local clubs, the backbone of a land manager’s OHV resources are at risk – BRC

Forks, WA – Roberts to speak on UN Agenda 21, Wild Olympics in Forks on Aug. 2nd – News Release

Peninsula unemployment rates still rising despite tourist season, state agency says – PDN (outside link)

Bonneville Power Administration price hike to up Clallam County consumer costs – PDN (outside link)

Sequim, WA: State rep, senator and county auditor scheduled to speak at FourC meeting

About the Elwha Dam Removal – commentary by Marv Chastain

UN Security Council to consider climate change peacekeeping – Special meeting to discuss ‘green helmets’ force to intervene in conflicts – Guardian UK

Ban Ki-moon ends hands-on involvement in climate change talks UN secretary general will redirect efforts to making more immediate gains in clean energy and sustainable development – Guardian UK

NRA Delivers Remarks at U.N. Concerning Proposed Arms Trade Treaty

ICLEI, Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development in Clallam County, WA – Excerpts of remarks by Kaj Ahlburg

Kittitas County investigating Ecology Department – The Columbian / Decision pending on Kittitas County’s DOE probe – Daily Record News

Over 300 people angered by proposed ordinance – citizens object to protection of pocket gopher adversely affecting property rights – / The Olympian

How to fight back against Sustainable Development (Agenda 21)– by Tom DeWeese, American Policy Center

At the U.S. Supreme Court, PLF and the Sacketts are fighting for you against EPA’s land-grabbers – Pacific Legal Foundation (outside link)

A listing of cases currently in the courts where citizens are fighting for their individual rights – Pacific Legal Foundation

Agenda 21 In One Easy Lesson – American Policy Center

Is the U.N. stealing control of our water (and Republic) right out from under us? by Debbie Coffey (outside link)

UN and control of water around the globe, including the US

Governor urged to dump Agenda 21 – from Freedom 21 Newsletter

Citizens work to evict ICLEI from Edmond, Oklahoma – reported by Elwood Sanders

ICLEI, Agenda 21 and the Festering Cauldron of Radical Globalists at the UN – Commentary from The Waking Giant

Celebrate Independence Day – a brief history and a short video

ICLEI, under UN, promotes radical changes to consumption patterns, encourages reduction of population in rural areas – by Kaj Ahlburg

June 2011 News/Commentary

Dungeness Water Action planners hoping for local change – by Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review Online

Olympic National Park mea culpa: ‘Inholder’ blocked from family property – PDN (outside link)

Olympic Park Associates push forward UN Agenda 21 in closing off more land and water

Jefferson County prepares to hear from citizens about Shoreline Master Program on July 11th – Commentary by Norm MacLeod

‘Polars bears on the brink? Don’t you believe it’ – Daily Mail, UK (outside link)

Does The New ‘White House Rural Council’ = UN’s Agenda 21? – The Blaze

IRS Declares United Nations a Charitable Organization

White House Rural Council Executive Order – Agenda 21 and Obama’s Rural Council? by Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh for Canada Free Press

Green Climate Fund Fundamentally Transforms the Global Economy – Cathy Adams for Eagle Forum

Letter to the Editor: Wind farms adversely affect health

Money is not Weath – Commentary by Marv Chastain

Federal Push For Wilderness Protection Seeks Eligible Land – KBKW News Radio

Recall of Councilor Poppaw Based on Violations of Oath of Office – Voted for policies and goals of foreign organizations through ICLEI – Greeley Gazette

Clallam County commissioners extend temporary zoning for Carlsborg – PDN (outside link)

GOP sources: State AG Rob McKenna to announce race for governor – Seattle Times

Graduate students take a deep look at Carlsborg sewer issue – PDN (outside link)

JZ Knight’s bid to halt development heard by state’s Supreme Court – YELM: Her lawyers argue that water guarantees must precede building – The News Tribune

Commentary: EPA and Corps plan to seize control of all water – The PPJ Gazette

Federal Court Lifts Ban on Public Prayer at Texas High School Graduation After Uproar – Fox News

Congress’ Retirement Benefits: 5 Times the Private Sector – Newsmax

Snow, rain and regulatory drought – by John Harris for Sacramento Bee

Elwha dams electrical turbines turned off for good – PDN (outside link)

Towns, counties renounce ICLEI

May 2011 News/Commentary

Washington State Dept. of Ecology responds to questions about grant money – from FourC newsletter

Memorial Day, Rural Americans and Tradition – from Progressive Farmer

Senate OKs $32.2 billion state budget – The Olympian

Sequim, WA: Metro Park District Proposed  – from FourC newsletter

FourC Meeting discusses future plans; state budget – by Kris Hallis, for Citizen Review Online

State Audit Echoes WPC’s Concerns: Most “Green” Schools Cost More and Are Less Efficient Than Average School – Washington Policy Center

FourC to host State Legislators at next meeting

Senate approves bill to reconcile Budget and increase fees – from FourC report

Gophers have more rights than people in Thurston County – by Scott Roberts, Freedom Foundation

Video: Democracy versus Republic

The Santa Rosa Neighborhood Coalition is fighting Sustainable Development in their community. Click here to read what they are doing. (outside link)

U.S. House Res. 1146: Time to Dump the U.N. – by Henry Lamb

City Council Rejects Shoreline Buffer/Setback Requested by Dept. of Ecology – Burien City Council members drew a line in the sand

Nevada: Former water officials charged with taking $1.3 million bribe – LVRJ

McEntire announces his candidacy for County Commissioner – News Release

Failing septic systems? What failing septic sytems? – from FourC newsletter

Citizens demand answers for local governments joining ICLEI planners – by Sue Forde and Lois Perry, for Citizen Review Online

Pennsylvania County Rejects Agenda 21 – The New American

Agenda 21 coming to your community – by Steve Mann

Clallam PUD rolls out proposal for water rate increase – PDN (outside link)

Lower Dam Road closure looms for dam removals – PDN (outside link)

As Washington begins state parks fees, British Columbia makes its provincial parks free – – PDN (outside link)

Port Angeles council moves toward hiring specialist for land-use issues – PDN (outside link)

Public hearing for Dabob Bay land swap set – PDN (outside link)

Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer Signs Law Authorizing Security Fence – New American

Brewer signs bill authorizing volunteer state militia – Arizona Capital Times



April 2011 News/Commentary

How sacred is your property? More about UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development and ICLEI – by Henry Lamb, for Renew America

Recreation groups seek to enter Colorado trail lawsuit – Blueribbon Coalition

FourC to host panel to discuss property rights

Governor Of Idaho Takes Action Against Obamacare – PLD

Tax Freedom Day hit on April 12th this year – everything you earned until April 11th went to taxes

Clallam County rolls out draft stormwater plan – PDN (outside link)

Were you affected by Epsilon data breach? –

WA State: House budget includes $470 million in fee hikes – EFF

Arizona’s Health Care Freedom –

Pumpers ask court to reconsider water ruling – Capital Press

Klamath drought plan distributes pain – Capital Press

Sequim, WA – Tax day awakens citizens to speak for freedom – Citizen Review Online

GOP Wins Deep Cuts in Environment Spending – Wall Street Journal

Tharinger content to focus on role as state lawmaker; who will succeed him as Clallam County commissioner? – PDN (outside link)

What we really got in those budget cuts – from Wall Street Journal

Fight escalates over teacher fired for Bible on desk- Case argues faculty member’s basic academic freedoms destroyed – WND (outside link)

GOP Fights Obama’s Land Buy Plans –

States push back against federal power by Henry Lamb for Freedom 21

Water woes in southern Nebraska loom again – Capital Press

Protection of Individual Rights for Property & Water can be found in State Laws (RCWs)

Methow water agreement OK’d – Parties agree to continue irrigation while reducing diverted water – Capital Press

Power rates to climb by 8.5% this year for “fish” and “habitat restoration” – Northwest taxpayers to should annual increase of close to $1 billion per year

Olympic Agenda – another move to “sustainable-ize” the North Olympic Peninsula – Citizen Review

How can Washington State legislators solve a $5.3 billion deficit? by Bob Williams, Evergreen Freedom Foundation

Clallam PUD manager’s pay boosted to nearly $191,000 – PDN (outside link)

Health Care Compact among states is the alternative to Obamacare – Washington Examiner

WA State: Capitol Protests Turn Ugly – Arrests Made – EFF

N.H. House Asserts State’s Right to Nullify Federal Laws – The New American

Respect Washington Files Motion for Summary Judgement -Group Seeks to Remove non-Citizen Voters from RollsNews Release

Americans for Prosperity’s Chart shows the takeover by the Executive Branch. (outside link)

Iowa ag leaders anxious about EPA’s Mississippi River basin plans – FB News

Mar. 2011 News/Commentary

Land rights victory in Washington state – Coastal property owner can now protect home from erosion – PLF

State auditor speaks at 4C meeting – explains duties, offers suggestions for savings to taxpayers – CRO

Ironically-Named ‘Smart Meters’ Prove to Be a Dumb Idea – The Blaze

Port Angeles to begin installing ‘smart’ meters in May – PDN (outside link)

PUD cool on automated meters like those coming to Port Angeles, used in East Jefferson – PDN (outside link)

Port Angeles hires firm for metering project marketing blitz – PDN (outside link)

Ron Paul Introduces Free Competition in Currency Act of 2011 –

Agenda 21 AND ICLEI cause problems for landowners in Florida – Liberty News Online

Montana, Idaho governors act to keep wolves from ranchers’ doors – FB News

Study restores hope for reasonable Clear Creek Plan with a challenge to original ‘science’ used by the BLM – Don Amador

Missouri House Passes Firearms Freedom Act – 10th Amendment Center

Coalition forms to stop Wild and Scenic Rivers, New Wilderness designations for Olympic National Park

Draft Port Angeles Shoreline Master Program plan includes new edicts – PDN (outside link)

Concerns expressed about Port Angeles Shoreline Master Program – comments submitted by Kaj Ahlburg

Ron Arnold: Here’s the simple but arduous way to get rid of ruinous regulations – Bill in Washington State addresses a challenging issue – Washington Examiner

How about cutting spending (federal agency donations) to the United Nations as a start to getting our house in order?

Forest Service nixes timber cut in N. Idaho forest – Capital Press

Check out the WashBucket website for current news about what’s happening in the Washington State Legislature. They post a synopsis of stories with links to the newspapers where the stories are run. (outside link)

Wyoming Adopts “Constitutional Carry” of Firearms – New American

Wisconsin – Officials say it’ll cost $7.5 million to clean up glue, tape, posters left from protesters – Damage to marble is biggest cost – Fox News

Freedom Foundation offers ideas for balancing Washington State’s budget – “For each day of the 2011 legislative session, we will be introducing one idea to help lawmakers balance the budget, cut government waste and stimulate the economy.” – Freedom Foundation (outside link)

Watershed partners, Ecology reach agreement on steps forward for water management in the Dungeness – WA State Dept. of Ecology

Feb. 2011 News/Commentary

Agenda 21 Part III: Maryland County abolishes Agenda 21 – now it’s your turn –

Your Hometown & the United Nations’ Agenda 21 – New American

‘Sustainable development’ – Freedom’s foe – by Henry Lamb

Willing Sellers Must “Agree or Else” – Official National Park Service Policy – VLRC

Financial scandal hits Seattle Public Schools – Seattle Times

Lands commissioner seeks to raise logging fees – Seattle Times

Cattlemen sue for review of wolf status – Fish and Wildlife hasn’t conducted five-year review – Capital Press

Nature Conservancy buys Dabob Bay land to preserve it – PDN (outside link)

Many turn out to look at new Sequim downtown plan – KONP

P.A. police warn of fake coins on peninsula – Sequim Gazette

Pilot channel removes Elwha River ‘plug’ above reservoir – PDN (outside link)

Lawsuit: State illegally giving gas tax money to tribes -Seattle P-I

Commentary: Abolish Puget Sound Partnership – EFF

Olympic National Park raises entry fees – PDN (Outside Link)

Sequim to present “vision” for downtown “urban design” for public comment – PDN (outside link)

86-year-old U.S. 101 bridge to be exposed to heavy debris once Elwha dams removed – PDN (outside link)

Jan. 2011 Stories

Port Angeles man plaintiff in national health care lawsuit that also includes 26 states – PDN (outside link)

The Elwha Lakes Destruction a Pivotal Event/Decision – by Marv Chastain

Rep./Commissioner Tharinger says he’ll return part of pay to Clallam County – PDN (outside link)

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Announces Historic Decision – BRC

Bills introduced in Washington State – 1/14/2011

Bills introduced in the Washington State Legislature – 1/12/2011 – House introduces 34 new bills and two resolutions; Senate introduces 32 – Washington

Boulders shore up Elwha levee to prepare for dams’ demolition – PDN (outside link)

“Restoring” the Elwha by putting in a levee? – Comment by Marv Chastain

Farm Bureau leader vows to take EPA fight to court – Agency oversteps its authority under Clean Water Act, Stallman says – Capital Press

WA State Legislature’s submitted bills affecting water and property

EFF’s Scott St. Clair to speak at FourC meeting in January

Ex-Peninsula resident among dead in Tucson shootings; man died while shielding wife from hail of bullets – PDN (outside link)

This week’s bills introduced in Congress

Klamath prepares for dam removal – $1 million spent to aid coho salmon, shortnose suckers – Capital Press

Chinese company eyes Boise – As economic power shifts to Asia, Idaho’s location makes it a prime site for an industrial foothold – Idaho Statesman

A Czarina in Olympia? Janus-faced Gregoire passes buck – Seattle P-I

Gregoire’s ferry district idea won’t float, many Peninsula leaders say- PDN (outside link)

Blue Ribbon Coalition Commends 112th Congress for Addressing Travel Management Rule Related Closures

GOP House leadership acts fast on Black Panthers, possible election abuses – Editorial – News Real Blog

Congress must sink ‘wild’ grab – Capital Press

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