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Bothell daylights downtown creek as part of new $20M stormwater system

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city of Bothell will cut the ribbon next week on a $19.7 million stormwater system that replaces nearly 3,000 feet of Horse Creek that ran through a pipe downtown.


Barriers used to protect soldiers now stop floodwaters in Iowa

By RYAN J. FOLEY and SCOTT McFETRIDGE

The Hesco barriers were invented by a former coal miner who used them to stop erosion on his property. The U.S. military used them in Iraq and Afghanistan.


Corvallis golf course is set for renovation

Nearly 30 years after it opened, the Corvallis-owned Trysting Tree Golf Course is set for a renovation.


E-cars rule at Paris show (no diesels, please)

By DAVID McHUGH

Carmakers are finding the Paris auto show, held in a city whose mayor wants to ban diesels to reduce pollution, as a fine place to show off new zero-emission electric vehicles.


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