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Washington residents could have the option to vote on permanent daylight saving time; Senate passes bill allowing residents to vote on adoption of daylight saving time
“In the past few years, we’ve painted the inside of the museum, put new siding on it, replaced the windows and put in a new heating system,” Hooper said.
One of the fires required crews from three fire districts as well as the Elma Fire Department to get under control. The state Department of Natural Resources is investigating its cause.
Offenses come alive late for Eagles and Bulldogs
Deep state tournament runs help wash away bitter taste of past disappointments
Shopping for a home? Community partnerships let you learn before you buy
What’s on your must-see-and-do list for this year’s Northwest Washington Fair? Returning…
Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence
Lace up for the Refuse to Abuse 5k, July 21 at Safeco Stadium
It might have been a slow news week in 1919.
While Democrats and Republicans are at one another’s throats on most issues these days, it is gratifying that when it comes to promoting our state’s products internationally, they coalesce.
Senate Bill 5323 aims to reduce “pollution from plastic bags” by taking that ban statewide. It has cleared the Senate and is working its way through the state House.