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With the passage of I-502 in 2012, development of marijuana legislation and marijuana research has surged to unprecedented levels. In an attempt to clearly translate new laws and research, the Reporter and Courier-Herald will examine these issues in a four-part series. Part one of this series addresses the issue of previous criminal convictions of possession of marijuana.
Diggers will have a chance to spice up their Super Bowl parties with some fresh razor clams during a dig beginning Jan. 30 on several ocean beaches. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the opening, which runs through Feb. 6, after marine toxin test results showed the clams are safe to eat. “Razor clam dip makes a scrumptious Super Bowl snack,” Ayres said. “Diggers can fill their buckets with clams Friday and Saturday ahead of the big game.”
This weeks editorial cartoon comments on the Patriots' deflated football scandal during their last game.
Officers responded to a state Route 410 sports bar where two female bartenders were trying to get a group of four to leave, without success. Another patron stepped in and tried to help the bartenders. One of the bartenders told officers that she wanted the group of four trespassed because they had been rude, degrading toward her and were calling her names.
The Bonney Lake Panthers hosted the Auburn Mountainview Lions in a South Puget Sound League 3A matchup Friday. Bonney Lake won its seventh game of the season beating the Lions 44-39. The game started out slow for both teams with the first quarter coming to an end and the scored tied at seven.