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Making higher education affordable is a national priority.
It’s been almost a year since I took over at The Vidette. What do you think my work at the paper.
Annual event returns this weekend to McCleary. It is the 60th festival.
Column from Lata Nott, executive director of the First Amendment Center of the Freedom Forum Institute.
While politicians often tout their support for family-owned business, they are the least understood and most overlooked political constituency.
By Lorraine Loomis Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission I don’t know how you…
The new charges implicate the work of journalists, which often involves talking with sources and at times possessing and publishing secret documents.
Family’s hat collection brings joy to many.
The world often copies Washington businesses when it comes to innovation.
You have to wonder if a project of this scope and magnitude could happen today with endless hoops to jump through, mounds of government red-tape and construction costs which were unimaginable in 1960.
Dancers and wildlife popular with students.
Governor shifted $175M to culverts and vetoed a sentence he said threatened funding for transit.
Gov. Jay Inslee no longer embraces the standards submitted to the feds in the summer of 2016, if — conjecture here — he and his Department of Ecology ever truly did.
Mark E. Reed’s life tells quite a few tales
When it comes to embracing transparency, the 2019 Session had one shining…
On May 3, workers scraped Chopp’s name from the door and put up Lovick’s along with the title Acting Speaker.
The 2,112-square-foot McCleary library is one of the smallest in the five-county Timberland Regional Library System. But, the bright and friendly library at 121 S. Fourth St. is the only one in the system that offers a new service.
Democratic lawmakers greeted the end of the 2019 legislative session with warm…
Is it worth evicting somebody over a $70 tax bill?
E-waste is the most rapidly growing waste problem in the world. According to the United Nations, we generate about 40 million tons of it every year. This is equivalent to throwing out 800 laptops every single second.