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Friday, July 20, 2018
For the first time in almost forty years, the Swinomish Tribe lowered a well-known landmark on Friday: the 1989 Centennial Totem Pole. The carving, created with Washington State Centennial funds, replicated the original totem carved in 1938 by Swinomish Tribal member Charlie Edwards and assistants. 


Council funds water line replacement
The La Conner-Whitney Road water main replacement project will be funded by a $1.5 million, 20 year revenue bond the Town Council decided at its July 10 meeting. The bond is structured as a loan, with payments coming from “water revenues” the Town receives from its water, sewer and drainage funds.

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Trumpeters swans in western Skagit Valley
Trumpeters swans in western Skagit Valley
Gaining altitude as seen from Dodge Valley Road last week. -- Photo by Don Coyote

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