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Lawmakers in Olympia are considering an overhaul of Washington state’s public health system to increase access to basic services. A number of changes are expected… Continue reading
Some experts believe we’re on the cusp of discovering packs in King County.
Parks in Preston will be renamed to honor Jim Ellis, a civic leader and regional conservation activist. The decision came after the Metropolitan King County… Continue reading
Responsible development, changing drafts and salmon are all key concerns.
‘They are nothing more than push polls designed to instill distrust in government,’ says state senator.
Despite continued frustration from those seeking a shot, the state is making progress, he said.
Spokesperson says expensive and time-consuming boat recoveries happen about 20 times a year.
A citizen panel approved a 1.75% increase for executives, legislators and justices 17 months from now.
By Sophie Demandolx Special to the Reporter If you are a teenager looking for a fun new sport or a parent looking for an outdoor… Continue reading
New garbage, recycling routes come in March for North Bend On March 1, Republic Waste is launching new garbage and recycling collection routes in North… Continue reading
Plan still requires state approval; city needs backup mitigation water source for summer months.
Ten of the 14 salmon species listed as endangered are in crisis.
‘Wasting syndrome’ has decimated 70-100 percent of sea star populations in certain areas.
The Snoqualmie City Council passed an ordinance on Jan. 25 that declares it is a property owner’s responsibility to clear snow and ice from sidewalks… Continue reading
The Friends of North Bend Library book sale is still going, and raising funds for children and adult programs at the library. Last fall, the… Continue reading
The alarm has malfunctioned several times over the last year, concerning residents.
Lineman charged with first-degree domestic violence assault
The shelter would run until 2024 and provide year-round housing for the valley’s homeless residents.
Lawmakers are eyeing a number of bills which could change firearm regulations in the state.
Advocates say credit scoring makes low-income and minority policy holders pay more for coverage.