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Two more State Parks free days are on Sunday, Nov. 11 and Friday, Nov. 23.
The college’s new agreement with KCLS will help combat this problem because students will essentially have a virtual library card that will provide access to KCLS resources using their college e-mail address.
Federally-funded facilities struggle to maintain health and safety of minors stuck in limbo
After authorizing a strike, nutrition workers and bus drivers will vote on a tentative agreement Sept. 17. If they approve, school will stay in session.
In total, 19 heterosexual individuals have been diagnosed with HIV in King County over the past year, up from seven last year.
“Growing up in a small town, it kind of helped me gauge different people and network in a way that would benefit me,” Nelsen said. “It is humbling growing up in a small town and I did not lose sight of where I came from.”
Swearing in ceremonies are fast approaching, so turn in those applications soon.
To help you decide when, where, and how to get vaccinated, Public Health Insider compiled answers to some of the most common questions they see regarding to flu vaccinations.
The new-and-improved app will allow regular Washington residents to learn about and report various invasive species that cause harm to the state’s ecosystems and economy.
This incident represents an example of strong mutual aid networks, said East Pierce Fire and Rescue Chief Backer.
This month is National Fall Prevention Month.
Enumclaw wants to remember: what was it like to live in 2018?
More than 11,000 drivers were stopped for HOV violations in the last two years each.
Rob Gunderson graduated from the school in 1985 and noted some dramatic changes since he last roamed the halls.
A settled pier has changed how weight is distributed on the bridge.
In 2017, 1,300 Washingtonians died by suicide, and from 2006 to 2017 suicide in Washington state increased by an average of 2.5 percent annually.
We are launching a series of DON’T HANG ON TO MEDS comic strips as part of International Overdose Awareness Day, sharing reasons why it’s important to get rid of unused medications in the home.
Several classmates have been unable to be contacted for the upcoming reunion.
As the school year inched closer, the Dieringer and Sumner-Bonney Lake school districts threatened to strike. At the last minute, it appears teachers and districts have tentative agreements, which will be voted on during their respective Sept. 4 meetings.
The last class received their diplomas in 1953.