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Semanski and Warner will close to all but local traffic on March 15.
The class is scheduled for March 20, starting at 9 a.m.
Supreme Court decision to strike down drug possesion law leaves oppurtunity to shift paradigm
Bill’s prime sponsor says it will help address healthcare equity and affordability.
Report records 120,000 diagnoses in Washington.
Urinating in public, a son harassing his mother, and flashlights seen in an unfinished home.
Spring events in the works: 5K event, Father-Daughter Dance, online auction, and potential Wine and Beer Walk
As COVID cases slow down, events are returning to the Plateau.
Aaron Myers, a former Enumclaw School District employee, was arrested early December 2020.
Lake Sammamish kokanee aren’t out of the woods by any stretch, but there’s reason to be optimistic about the fate of the little red fish… Continue reading
Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill that can waive some requirements for students who were on track before the pandemic.
The survey suggests Washingtonians drank more than 17 alcoholic beverages a week on average.
“This should give educators more confidence,” Jay Inslee said. Other frontline workers could soon be next.
In Washington state last September, some 600,000 acres burned within 72 hours.
A small stretch of 224th Avenue Southeast will soon become a bridge.
Take a peek inside the $130 million project, which is designed to move up to 60,000 fish a day.
Additionally, the Kent and Auburn vaccine sites have opened up to those 65 and older.
Both cities saw a double-digit percentage jump in taxes.
A recap of last week’s “State of the City” address.
The council will deliberate on their choices during the March 8 meeting.
Police must stop arresting people for simple possession.