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  • Inclement Weather Makes A Long Night For PUD3 Linemen

    PUD3 2014JAfter a full day of rainfall which totaled over an inch-and-a-half, and included wind gusts over 30MPH, some areas of Mason County were left in the dark.  Rainwater soaked delicate electrical equipment, and sent flooded-out critters scrambling up power lines to escape the wet. Linemen for Mason PUD3 were themselves… Read More +

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  • Police Monitor Bellevue Mall Protest; No Arrests

    die-inPolice kept a close eye on about 30 people who staged a protest inside the Bellevue Square Mall during a busy holiday shopping time Saturday, but made no arrests. The group protested the recent killings of unarmed black men by police. They chanted and staged a "die-in" in the mall's center courtyard.

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  • Oregon State Rolls Past Depaul

    sports3Victor Robbins scored a career-high 27 points as Oregon State dominated DePaul 90-59 on Thursday night. Olaf Schaftenaar added a career-high 21 points and Gary Payton II had 15 points and five steals for the Beavers (8-2). Jamee Crockett had 14 points for the Blue Demons (6-4). Schaftenaar scored 11 of the Beavers' first 13 points to give Oregon State a 13-6 lead at the 15:47 mark. A Robbins 3-pointer stretched the margin to 42-21 with 3:23 remaining in the half.

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Stocks Extend Declines; Blackberry Shares Rise

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-09_5a2c3dea29.jpgiStockphoto/Thinkstock (NEW YORK) -- Wall Street stocks closed lower Monday, continuing sharp declines from Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down nearly 50 points to 15,401. The Nasdaq was off 9 points at 3,765. The S&P 500 closed down 8 points at 1,702.  Investors looking at the calendar know a government shutdown deadline is just a week away.

Meanwhile, they are still weighing how the Federal Reserve will move forward after last week's decision to continue its bond-buying program, the Wall Street Journal reports.
 
On Friday, Blackberry announced it's laying off 40 percent of its workforce.  Now comes word that the PDA maker is being bought out by a private capital fund for $4.7 billion dollars. The struggling company's stock surged following news the company would be taken private by Fairfax Financial Holdings for $9 a share.

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