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Joe Biden, former vice president and current Democratic nominee for president, endorsed Carolyn Long on Monday in her bid for Washington's 3rd Congressional District. Long, a Democrat, said in a … more
Families affected by wildfires in Washington can apply for financial help through the state Department of Social and Health Services. Visit or call 877-501-2233 to apply … more
That little bit of rain, our first for September, didn't do much to clear the smoke-filled air in the Puget Sound region. "The smoke is going to continue, and there's probably not going to be … more
It's the thing nobody's really talking about during these Stanley Cup playoffs but that will certainly become a huge discussion next month. We've all long assumed the Kraken will launch in October … more
The Lewis County Board of Commissioners are considering teaming up once again with neighboring counties and the Oregon-based Lumber Lobby Group, American Forest Resource Council, in an attempt to … more
The Lewis County Republicans hosted a Republican candidate forum on Saturday where candidates shared with attendees their hopes for the future of Lewis County and reminded everyone to vote in the … more
The Lewis County Auditor’s Office announced that the USPS will be sending out postcards nationwide regarding voting by mail. There is an item on the postcards that tells voters to request an … more
The Southwest Washington Fairgrounds in Chehalis are available to house livestock of individuals fleeing forest fires currently ravaging the west coast. “We’re just kind of standing by,” Fair … more
Twin Transit is holding a special board meeting at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 15. The meeting will be held virtually and can be joined via phone by calling 509-824-1900 and entering the conference ID … more
A 31-year-old Lacey man who claimed he was stabbed after taking out his garbage Saturday night now faces a misdemeanor charge of false reporting, police say. About 11:15 p.m., police were … more
Part party and part protest against Governor Jay Inslee, Republican challenger Loren Culp held a rally west of Battle Ground on Sunday. Arriving in a large pickup truck as a rock band played … more
After some experts believed relief from the smoke that has lingered along the West Coast was on the way, it appears Lewis County residents and Washingtonians will have to wait a little longer for … more
Darn it. That weather system we were hoping would blow through Western Washington on Monday and clear out the smoke is turning out to be weaker than expected, according to the National Weather … more
Washington election officials are scrambling to avoid panic ahead of November's election after state voters started getting postcards Friday from the U.S. Postal Service with potentially misleading … more
Washington and Oregon rarely feature in presidential races. Neither state has voted for a Republican presidential candidate since 1984, and neither President Donald Trump nor his Democratic rival … more
The wind howled out of the east, ripped over ridgelines, funneled through river valleys and battered mountain passes. Near Snoqualmie Pass Monday and under blue skies, Garret and Kirsten Van … more
Chuck Turley is doing his best to make do. The wildfire division manager for the Washington state Department of Natural Resources, Turley said he's short the manpower and equipment he normally … more
A mix of smoke and fog shrouded the Puget Sound region as fires continued to burn throughout the West Sunday morning. Firefighters continued battling roughly 30 fires in Washington and Oregon, … more
The current wildfires burning across Washington state are indicative of an ongoing climate crisis, Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday. During a press conference Sept. 11, the governor commented on never … more
Washington state has its first two cases of West Nile virus this year: a man in his 50s from Yakima County who was hospitalized, and a man in his 60s from Benton County who hasn't been … more
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