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U.S. farmers are hopeful current trade negotiations will bring relief to the tariffs imposed between China and the U.S.
This month, Simpson Elementary School dove into some fun activities. Toward the middle of the month, Simpson had a Geography Bee, and at the beginning of the month, we had a Word of the Month assembly.
There are parts of rural Washington which can benefit from statewide tourism promotion especially places with fresh and saltwater beaches.
“Washington’s Unwritten Chapter” was the title of the State of the State address Tuesday.
In the next few days, state lawmakers will pass a bill to…
Washington needs to improve infrastructure to remain competitive.
The Frank Chopp era will end soon. Everett’s Robinson is among a crowd of women who may seek the job.
Over the years the theater was used for school plays, plays put on by the Knights of Pythians, The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church and who knows how many others. Later it became the Auction House.
This year will be pivotal for Boeing’s 777x program. The company has invested over a billion dollars on its new composite wing plant at Everett. It is programmed to build and test six new 777s.
We have choices in how we view things, as well as how we react to them.
Car tab relief is one topic. How directors of the regional transit authority are chosen is another.
Many Democratic lawmakers might warm to the tax change, but not the diversion of dollars.
The president should use the upcoming State of the Union speech to unify the country. Congress, likewise, should look for ways to take those recommendations and work together.
We can be thankful that our market-based, free enterprise system provides the wealth which allows our government and charitable organization to invest in programs that improve our health.
A lawmaker’s statewide plan would remove culverts, redo the U.S. 2 trestle and fund many other projects.
Christmas is a difficult time for anyone grieving the death of a loved one. It is especially hard when they were slain in the line-of-duty while protecting our country.
During the month of December at Simpson Elementary we have lots of fun activities going on. Starting at the beginning of the month we have Food Bowl activities taking place, raising funds and food for area food banks. These activities are always a highlight of student’s years, and they make great memories.
In an annual rite, lawmakers are already putting bills in the hopper they want to debate next year.
Can a little-known thoroughbred from the Pacific Northwest capture the 2020 derby of Democratic presidential candidates?
Set Free ministry reopens doors to help women and teens in crisis.