Congressman Dan Newhouse received the Horst G. Denk Legislative Service Award from the Independent Bakers Association.
Rep. Matt Manweller will host a telephone town hall June 22.
Large livestock and animal facilities are one step closer to having a standard set of practices that protect surface and groundwater quality.
Police are investigating a gunfire incident reported yesterday.
More than 500 firefighters will train in basic and advanced wildland firefighting skills next week at the Eastern Washington Interagency Wildfire Training Academy.
State social and health service agencies accounted for nearly half of the issues discovered in state government during a recent audit.
The public has an opportunity today to meet the Mt. Adams School District’s three superintendent finalists.
A review of its non-profit status and steps to close the Chamber of Commerce’s office will be discussed tomorrow.
A small park that makes up the four corners at the intersection of Avenue H and West Fifth Street may be vacated.
The Roza Irrigation District board will discuss a permanent pumping plant at Lake Kachess tomorrow.
A new record low temperature was recorded yesterday.
Gov Jay Inslee will raise the Pride Flag today over the state capitol in honor of Gay Pride Month.
Firefighters prevented a fire at a local business yesterday.
The city limits expanded by three acres last night.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled yesterday in support of net neutrality.