If there’s a way to mismanage something, Gov. Jay Inslee seems to find it.
“They’re on drugs.”
Cap and trade policies called by any other name are still cap and trade policies.
“About 30,000 Washington state workers would receive pay raises of roughly 6 percent,” Wednesday’s Associated Press story explained, “under a tentative deal struck Tuesday between state officials and union leaders.”
Four Mabton residents are recovering from injuries after a two-car crash last night.
Since August, crews from the state Department of Transportation and Columbia Asphalt have been working on a project that preserves the pavement and bridges on state Highway 12.
Campgrounds and trails have re-opened as conditions have improved on the Buck Creek Fire in the upper Chiwawa River drainage.
A Lyle man is recovering from injuries he suffered yesterday when his vehicle flipped over on state Highway 97.
An eligibility list for the lead police dispatcher position is on the agenda Thursday for the city’s Civil Service Commission.
EPA employee among those cited in letter
A new group organized to defend farming is calling for enforcement action against those responsible for the “What’s Upstream” ad campaign.
Two agencies will collaborate on effort
Two state agencies are partnering together to accelerate pesticide testing for marijuana.
Focus will be math, sciences
A local two-year college plans on using federal dollars to create new scientists.
Marine donates kidney for sister
She calls him an all-American hero. He says he is happy he could help.
State calls for accountability in city books
City officials allocated nearly $500,000 last year without support for those costs, possibly leading to unnecessary utility increases.
Two visit local GOP Club
Retail marijuana should be legal in Yakima County and Sunnyside.
Conference attracts state, local leaders
There was a buzz at the Community Center yesterday, both in the air and on the ground.
University just one of seven in west honored
The writing program at Washington State University again has been named among the 21 best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.