Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA) yesterday was not pleased when the U.S. Congress approved a two-year budget package.
Gov. Jay Inslee learned last week the Federal Emergency Management Agency denied his request for individual assistance program funds to help families impacted by the summer wildfire season.
Congressman Dan Newhouse (R-WA) has endorsed Bill Bryant for governor of Washington state.
The U.S. Department of the Interior and U.S. Department of Energy are scheduled to sign a memorandum of agreement in Washington D.C. to establish the Manhattan Project National Historical Park on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
OLYMPIA – Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn will end his time in office in 2016.
While Washington voters have until Nov. 3 to fill out and return their General Election ballots, thousands of students in grades K-12 will have their own chance next week to experience voting by taking part in the annual Washington State Mock Election.
Dairies line up to support Newhouse re-election bid
Perhaps not surprisingly – given his pro-farm stance – many of the biggest individual supporters of Congressman Dan Newhouse’s 2016 re-election bid are dairy farmers.
People in Mabton will soon be seeing new faces serving them at city hall and the police station.
Yesterday, Congressman Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside led a letter-writing effort to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy urging the agency to withdraw its proposal to impose federal water quality standards.
Gov. Jay Inslee yesterday asked President Obama to approve his requests for two major disaster declarations to provide federal assistance to help families, business owners, local jurisdictions and tribes attempting to recover from this summer’s massive wildfires, as well as a late August windstorm.
MABTON – Incorrectly reporting the amount of grant monies actually spent in 2014 got the city of Mabton in hot water with state auditors.
Thursday, Sept. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at Denny Blaine Building
An all-day leadership forum in Granger for Latinos interested in public service included everything from advice on how to properly introduce yourself, to a luncheon keynote address by Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman.
During last week’s special filing period five citizens threw their names in the hat for the Grandview City Council position 4 seat, currently held by Mike Everett.
The state Supreme Court’s decision last week to fine the state $100,000 a day because it feels there is lack of progress on funding basic education isn’t finding many friends in the Lower Valley.