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With tighter regulations affecting the flow of recyclables in the U.S., officials look for new avenues for the region’s paper waste.
Eastside lawmakers met on April 26 for a debrief with constituent businesses.
Twenty years after it was built, a Snoqualmie park could offer a place for skaters.
As territory in Eastern Washington fills up, the Cascades may prove a home for the state’s wolves.
Higher than normal snowpacks in Washington are good news for Puget Sound residents.
A carbon fee could be on November’s ballot if supporters of I-1631 gather enough signatures.
City staff met with North Bend residents to talk shop about development anxiety.
White-nose syndrome is on the move in Washington state, which can decimate local bat colonies.
U.S. Forest Service and state Fish and Wildlife representatives will be at the Snoqualmie Ranger District Office to answer community questions.
Lewis County has long relied on the energy needs of consumers throughout the region. That’s all about to change.
Microsoft announced Nov. 30 that it will begin construction on a massive overhaul and expansion of its facilities in Redmond. Microsoft, which settled in the… Continue reading
Open water fish pens have long been criticized by conservation activists as facilities that spread disease and can have catastrophic consequences on native fish populations.… Continue reading
Dr. Jill Biden spoke at the annual Hopelink luncheon on Oct. 16, which saw the organization raise some $1.17 million toward its fundraising campaign. Biden… Continue reading
The King County Council responded Tuesday to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ announcement that the DACA program will end by unanimously endorsing a motion calling… Continue reading