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They must gather more than 88,000 signatures by July 6 to put the measure on the Oregon ballot.
Up to 85,000 people would need shelter and building damages could top $30 billion.
A federal judge in Seattle on Thursday gave the government until next month to respond.
Gregory Schirato was sentenced to 125 months to life in prison.
Dan Blasdel, who has held the position for 24 years, says a “white history month” post was tongue-in-cheek.
The fish-eating whales have struggled due to lack of food, pollution and noise from vessels.
The pair, from British Columbia, was reported missing after they failed to return from a climb March 7.
The plaintiff alleges she blacked out after the captain gave her wine at a hotel lounge.
The park believes moving her from her home of nearly five decades would be detrimental to her health.
The lawsuit claimed both institutions allowed a known pedophile teacher to keep working with children.
Boyne Resorts will outright own the areas, which it has been operating under a lease agreement.
Fire crews pulled the woman out of the gully using a litter and ropes.
The children included a boy and a girl and both were under age 5.
Whatcom County’s medical examiner says Rohde caused and then was overcome by an avalanche.
He had degrees from Yale and Harvard Law. In 1996, he was awarded a MacArthur Foundation “Genius Grant.”
In one incident, two men with a gun tried to rob Girl Scouts selling cookies in Tacoma.
Permitted for five now, the Navy wants to use of 29 coastal parks for mostly nighttime exercises.
Her plan would pay for community college for every Seattle public high-school graduate.
Several people who had not been invited had been asked to leave the home.
Tacoma school officials say if someone has to draw a gun, they want it to be a police officer.