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Krysta Walia performed this reading at Tasveer's Yoni Ki Baat 2018.
KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery

“On this day, May 31, 1998, the Skagit County Juvenile Court finds the child minor, Krysta Walia, guilty of the charges of disorderly conduct and truancy,” the judge said. “If the above-named child is absent from school again without an approved excuse, any deputy sheriff, police officer, or school official can make an arrest and take the child into custody without a warrant.”

Andeavor operates 10 refineries in the Western U.S. including this one in Anacortes, WA. Tesoro changed its company name to Andeavor as of August, 2017.
Flickr Photo/RVWithTito

The Skagit County Hearing Examiner has approved a Shoreline Substantial Development Permit for a proposed oil refinery expansion. The Andeavor Anacortes Refinery, formerly under the name Tesoro, has proposed upgrades to the facility to help meet new federal gasoline emissions regulations. The project would also expand the refinery's storage and shipping of the chemical xylene.

View of the Guemes Island ferry dock from the beach. The Guemes Island ferry is Skagit County's only ferry, with 20 runs a day.
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Diesel-burning ferry boats could be a thing of the past for Skagit County. The county plans to replace its passenger ferry with an all-electric model. It would be the first of its kind built anywhere in the U.S.

Democrat Germaine Kornegay and Republican Bill Orsborn try to bridge the partisan divide at Gateway Car Clinic and Transmissions in Mount Vernon, Washington
KUOW Photo/David Hyde

Germaine Kornegay is the first and only African-American to be elected to the Sedro-Woolley City Council. She was a Hillary Clinton delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. 

Despite this, she’s friends with many Republicans.