Even after Oso disaster, land-use rules slow to change

Even after Oso disaster, land-use rules slow to change
Burns, who has studied slides for nearly four decades, added that federal legislation now in the works, including a bill by U.S. Rep. Suzanne DelBene, D-Medina, also could help hi-tech mapping efforts to better detect landslides in Oregon and Washington.
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Review: Out North reopens with new play from a new company
Sometimes it works; racial tolerance is one of the strong themes of “South Pacific” (currently in production by Valley Performing Arts), but it doesn't get in the way of the main subjects of love, hope, war and music. … There's the history of the …
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MUSIC SCENE: Gauthier's career in music began in the kitchen
She is raw and righteous and right to the point, but her down home melodies and wicked sense of humor balance the more searing aspects of her work. Gauthier has had an interesting life – or three – and has a well-known Boston connection. The New …
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