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Gig Harbor

Dead whale’s skeleton to be placed on display in Tacoma

TACOMA — A dead yearling humpback that washed ashore in Gig Harbor has been hitched to a boat and towed to Tacoma, where its skeleton will eventually be placed on display.

Date: 12/24/2015 | Northwest


Gig Harbor doctor’s license suspended for invasive procedures

SEATTLE — The Washington State Medical Commission has suspended a Pierce County doctor after Virginia revoked his license for allowing military medical students to conduct invasive procedures on each other, and inject each other with drugs, sometimes in combination with...

Date: 08/25/2015 | Northwest


Student appointed to Washington State Board of Education

OLYMPIA — A high school student from Gig Harbor has been appointed to the Washington State Board of Education.

Date: 05/07/2015 | Northwest


Gig Harbor woman sentenced in investment fraud scheme

GIG HARBOR — A 70-year-old Gig Harbor woman must spend six months in prison and pay $2.9 million in restitution for participating in a fraud scheme that bilked millions from would-be investors.

Date: 03/07/2015 | Northwest




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