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A Newberg school district policy banning employees from displaying “political” or “controversial” signs including pride and Black Lives Matter flags violates the Oregon … more
Increasing domoic acid levels in razor clams will delay the reopening of Oregon’s most popular beds in Clatsop County Oct. 1 and shut down this week’s scheduled digging on southwest … more
A distracted Oregon Department of Forestry worker was the lone supervisor at a work site last year when a prisoner with a violent history walked away and bludgeoned two women with a large tree branch … more
Charges have been filed against the man accused of shooting a Washington State Patrol trooper Thursday, Sept. 22. Brandon D. O'Neel, 37, of Walla Walla, is charged with first-degree attempted … more
Former Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich said in his first interview since he was fired almost a year ago that he decided not to comply with Washington's vaccine mandate for state … more
When Kevin Saavedra landed at Seattle's Harborview Medical Center in February, it became the sixth hospital he's worked at in less than three years. He drives from place to place, his two … more
More than 7,000 Providence Swedish health-care workers this week ratified a new contract that includes "historic" wage increases, bonuses and incentives and market adjustments for both nurses and … more
OLYMPIA — While most emergency orders issued by Gov. Jay Inslee in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic will end Oct. 31, the order requiring masks in healthcare facilities, and in jails and … more
In Tacoma's federal courthouse on Friday, Deborah Jackson turned from the podium to face her daughter's killer. After four years of hearings she wanted no apology, Jackson only wanted her words to … more
Two rural expanses of land in Pierce County are among three so-called "greenfield" sites that remain under consideration for a new airport after a state Legislature-created group on Friday narrowed … more
Three people in Mason County's Fire District No. 12 have been found to have misused public funds and other money, totaling about $165,000 since 2017. The state Auditor's Office published reports … more
The manager of a Ridgefield repair shop was fined $10,000 and sentenced to serve 30 days of community service for altering diesel trucks and violating Washington's Clean Air Act. Nicholas L. … more
A  54-year-old Moses Lake man is accused of killing his wife after her   body was found Thursday in Lincoln County. Charles Bergman, who is wanted on suspicion of first-degree murder, … more
The Goat Rocks Fire northeast of Packwood has seen recent growth along Coal Creek. On Friday morning, the blaze was reportedly one half mile away from the Upper Timberline neighborhood. After … more
The northbound lanes of Interstate 5 were closed at milepost 60 for several hours on Thursday after a log truck struck the state Route 506 overpass near the Vader and Toledo area.  The … more
Elk in Packwood can seem as common as pigeons in Seattle, but pigeons don’t tend to stand in the roadway, sift through trash or take up residence overnight in the front lawn. Along with the … more
On Wednesday morning, an unlikely crew stood in a circle outside the Packwood Timberland Library. One person wore a Cascade Forest Conservancy hoodie, representing a staunchly environmentalist, … more
CENTRALIA POLICE DEPARTMENT Vehicle Accidents • A driver sustained minor injuries following a single-vehicle collision that was reported in the 1200 block of North Tower Avenue at … more
The public is invited to “experience magic, mystery and managed mischief on the School of Wizardry Express,” according to a news release by the Chehalis-Centralia Railroad and Museum. … more
Starting on Monday, Sept. 26, Woodland Avenue in Centralia will be closed from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. every Monday through Friday until Oct. 28 so construction crews can install a new storm sewer and … more
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