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At nearly noon on April 1, Lanni Johnson sat in a fold-up…
Before lawmakers wrap-up their work in Olympia, they should re-examine their hefty…
By Steve Tharinger For decades, working families and the middle class have…
By Jeff Leuschen When people are asked about registering to donate, they…
Things are about to change dramatically as more electric vehicles populate our roads and our government and manufacturers deal with the growing backlog of old car batteries.
Rural school districts across the state, and pretty much every student in Grays Harbor County, were sent to the back of the line by lawmakers in the ongoing fallout of the McCleary Supreme Court decision and legislative school funding debacle.
Are colleges actually eroding free speech and undermining First Amendment values? Sure. But no more so than anyone else.
Republicans see their role as fixing or foiling bad bills. Democrats’ tax bills are their new target.
By Don C. Brunell For The Vidette Before our country, in haste,…
Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are set to release spending plans and revenue packages.
By Linda Thompson For The Vidette I know of no one who…
Oil companies betting on electric technology
On March 19, the content of the rule and the breadth of Inslee’s executive authority will be considered by the state Supreme Court.
I doubt it would be a hardship to kiss daylight savings time goodbye.
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.
There’s prevention, until it doesn’t work; then treatment; and, if all goes well, recovery.
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.