The bill requires maintaining river buffers as wide as the height of old-growth trees, which range from 100 to 240 feet in Washington.
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Voters will be asked to approve or reject property taxes to fund 2 school districts and a proposed library.
This is the third time since the pandemic began in March of 2020 that the governor has taken such an action.
Everyone who is healthy – especially type O donors – are asked to schedule a donation in the weeks ahead, ASAP.
"Minor" tsunami waves could be seen between 1pm and 4pm at Cherry Point.
52% of business owners think the state is “definitely” headed in the wrong direction and another 21% believe the state is “probably” headed in the wrong direction.
The federal government, through the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency, will oversee religious accommodation requests for all federal workers and contractors subjected to Biden’s mandate.
Firefighters had to walk to the burning structure due to water over the primary dirt driveway.
"[The state's failure to amply fund basic education] makes our public schools a perpetuator of class inequality.”