Grant County Coroner's office hires full-time investigator

K.C. Sherwood began work Monday

Bustam named Colville National Forest district ranger

Tinelle Bustam named district ranger with Colville National Forest

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Girls' art to hang in congressional offices

Two East Valley High School seniors' works of art have been selected as the best in the Fifth Congressional District's 2014 Congressional Art Competition.

Labor unions spend the most lobbying state lawmakers, study finds

Three of the five highest-spending lobbying groups in Olympia during the first quarter of 2014 were labor unions, including three that represent employees paid with tax dollars.

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Transportation employee safe after avalanche buries bulldozer in Chinook Pass

State worker safe after spending five hours in bulldozer buried by avalanche

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Spokane Congresswoman recognized for hydropower effort

McMorris Rodgers named Legislator of the Year by National Hydropower Assocation

Federal Way Mirror editor presented Key Award

Weekly newspaper editor wins coveted open government award for forcing city to disclose public documents

Brewster seeks comments on grant for new police vehicle

The Brewster City Council has scheduled a public hearing Friday to consider comments on a $35,000 federal grant and loan to purchase a new police car.

Voters say yes to levies, no to recreation district, bond

Preliminary special election tally shows voter overwhelmingly rejecting a ballot measure to create a Methow Valley Recreation District

Bridgeport recall vote set for June 3

Mayor Marilynn Lynn faces voters’ ire over hiring

The city’s voters will decide June 3 whether to keep Mayor Marilynn Lynn or oust her from office.

Weather prompts burning delay

Weather prompts delay in spring burning in Methow Valley

Mayoral recall headed to summer ballot

Resident collects more than enough signatures in less than two weeks

Local residents will be able to vote this summer on whether to recall Mayor Marilynn Lynn.

New law requires online agendas

Brewster clerk questions necessity, cost for small town

A bill requiring most public agencies to post their meeting agendas online a day before their meetings has been signed into law and is drawing mixed reactions locally.

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Hastings receives Water Statesman Award

Water group recognizes Congressman Doc Hastings for his work on hydropower issues

Firewood permits now available for Colville National Forest

Residents can obtain permits to cut firewood in Colville National Forest


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