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March 19, 2018

Shelter Bay considering tapping Tribe for water supply
 The Town of La Conner’s decision to install a single 16-inch pipe when it replaces the broken water main along La Conner Whitney Road this year provides excess capacity of 18 million gallons annually beyond what the Shelter Bay Community uses. The Community may decide it doesn’t want water from the Town at all.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Paul reappointed tribal judge
Patricia Paul was appointed to the Grand Ronde Court of Appeals by the Tribal Council of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, Oregon in January. Paul, a La Conner lawyer and member of the Inupiaq Tribe, was reappointed to the three-member panel along with Robert Miller. 
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Another Mavrik Marine ferry about to launch
PUTTING THE TOP ON TO SHADE OUT ALASKAN SUN – Mavrik Marine employees are putting the finishing touches on this three-story, 98 ft. x 30 ft, 150 passenger U.S. Coast Guard T Boat. Once in the water, and after passing its certification tests, it sails to Seward, Alaska. The owner is Major Marine Tours. Tourists enjoy prime rib dinners prepared in the service gallery as they cruise Kenai Fjords National Park. The upper deck includes a VIP lounge. The boat required 14 months of construction time.    – Photo by Don Coyote
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Daffodil season here
DAYS ARE DAWNING YELLOW – Daffodils are blooming in the Skagit. This year the 450 acres outnumbers the roughly 350 acres of tulips that will come into flower in April. For now, enjoy all things daffodil. The La Conner Kiwanis are selling them around town. They would love to have you buy some. – Photo by Don Coyote
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

La Conner Schools joins lawsuit against opioid manufacturers
The La Conner School District has joined litigation brought by the Skagit County Prosecuting Attorney against the three leading opioid manufacturers in the U.S. market: Purdue, Janssen and Endo. 
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The best kind of winner: by decision of her teammates
GOING HOME A WINNER – La Conner dropped its State 2B Girls’ Hardwood Classic game with Life Christian Academy in Spokane on Wednesday. But Lady Braves sophomore Joanie Benson still had reason to smile afterward. She was named the team’s Sportsmanship Award recipient during post-game ceremonies. La Conner High Principal Todd Torgeson made the presentation.    – Photo courtesy of Bill Reynolds
Wednesday, March 07, 2018

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