8697 results total, viewing 8061 - 8080
Local U.S. lawmakers sent a letter to President Trump on Friday describing the pending closure of the Alcoa aluminum smelter near Ferndale as a failure of his trade war with China and calling for a … more
Wondering just how big the invasive Asian giant hornet is compared to a honeybee, bumblebee or paper wasp? The state Department of Agriculture has released a chart to help you. "We've had lots of … more
David Jensen lives by the philosophy that there are three things everyone needs in life and the fourth is a bonus — shelter, a roof over your head, clothes on your back for the season, and food in … more
Candidate filing week is May 11 through 15, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Thurston County’s Auditor’s Office will remain closed to the public, but will have online options.Candidates can … more
Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce’s annual Rob Fuller Scholarship Awards Banquet will take place on the radio. The celebration is scheduled to … more
Lewis County Public Health & Social Services has canceled its monthly in-person food worker classes until further notice.Food worker cards can still be obtained online at  … more
U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell announced on Wednesday that nearly $6 million in grants will go to behavioral clinics in Washington state from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services — one of … more
After the YMCA of Greater Seattle handed in a pre-submission application to Lewis County Community Development seeking to develop a year-round campsite on Mineral Lake, Lewis County Fire District 9 … more
The Chehalis River Basin Flood Authority issued a statement this week endorsing the proposed flood-retention dam near Pe Ell as a part of a basin-wide solution to catastrophic flooding.The Flood … more
Car-tab taxes will remain unchanged for now, while the state's highest court considers whether Initiative 976 to slash those taxes is constitutional. The Washington State Supreme Court issued an … more
While Wednesday afternoon was warm and a bit breezy, it would have been a chilly night at T-Mobile Park with the roof open. It's to be expected this time of the year. Blankets and coats are a given … more
A white-naped crane that briefly escaped from the Woodland Park Zoo was returned to its open-air exhibit Wednesday afternoon, according to a statement from the zoo. The crane traveled a short … more
The Washington Invasive Species Council, along with other state agencies and researchers are planning a ‘census’ of invasive Scotch broom plants in the state. “We need everyone’s help to … more
The Tuesday evening Centralia City Council meeting, lasting a total of four minutes and held via telephone, the council approved a bid award for the Jefferson Street Stormwater Cured-In-Place Pipe … more
The International City/County Management Association has awarded the Credentialed Manager designation to Port of Chehalis Chief Executive Officer Randy Mueller, the association announced this … more
The 38-turbine wind project located on Skookumchuck Ridge, on the border of Lewis and Thurston counties, is expected to launch later this year after a number of setbacks.Last September, the … more
First-quarter crime numbers released by the Olympia Police Department showed increases in person-on-person crime, mixed results on property crime and it’s still too early to tell what effect the … more
A Vancouver man who is accused of repeatedly stabbing a stranger in the face with a box cutter told police "he had been looking for someone to kill," court records show. Nathan A. Karch, 33, said … more
A Washougal man is suing Evergreen Public Schools, claiming he was discriminated against by his principal after wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat to a training on diversity and racial … more
Centralia College has scheduled two virtual events for students, staff and community members on Wednesday.  The first is a virtual ‘town hall’ with Centralia College President Dr. Bob … more
« Prev | 1 401 | 402 | 403 | 404 | 405 | 406 | 407 435 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.