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Garbage rate hike is top news story, World War II pilot is top feature story, in this week's Journal

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The Journal's March 17 edition has 28 pages: local advertising, news, Opinion, Letters to the Editor, Guest Columns, Public Meetings, Obituaries, Almanac, Business, Celebrations, Island Scene, What's Happening!, Around Town, Births, Sports, Classifieds, At Your Service Professional Directory, and Legal Notices.
— image credit: Front page design by Richard Walker; Island Scene design by Rebecca Cook

An increase in garbage rates is the top news story, and a story about a local woman who was a World War II pilot is the top feature story, in this week's Journal of the San Juan Islands.

The edition is available at newsstands late March 16, and will be in subscribers' mailboxes on March 17.

The Journal's March 17 edition has 28 pages: local advertising, news, Opinion, Letters to the Editor, Guest Columns, Public Meetings, Obituaries, Almanac, Business, Celebrations, Island Scene, What's Happening!, Around Town, Births, Sports, Classifieds, At Your Service Professional Directory, and Legal Notices.

The Journal has been the Voice and Choice of the San Juan Islands since 1906. For convenient mail delivery, call 360-378-5696 or e-mail fbacon@sanjuanjournal.com.

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