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Olympics Committee Attempts to Appease American Indians

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The 2010 Winter Olympics are taking a bold step. The Vancouver Olympic Committee is committed to “unprecedented” aboriginal participation in the planning and hosting of the games.

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World’s largest solar plant may be built in Cle Elum

Seattle Times The sunny, Central Washington town of Cle Elum could be the site of the world’s largest solar power plant, if a Washington company makes good on plans announced today.

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sabotage news clippings

RCMP: Latest B.C. pipeline bombings have finally prompted tips to investigators july 7 VANCOUVER, B.C. — Police are hoping a new spate of tips will help them crack what appears to be the longest string of bombings since the FLQ … Continue reading

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“What’s a poor police officer to do?”

A federal jury will determine whether Kent police Officer Jason Clift violated Nicomedes Tubar’s civil rights by shooting him in the parking lot of his Kent apartment complex. Clift claims he fired in self-defense when the driver of the car … Continue reading

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