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Major construction planned for Snoqualmie Pass this spring

Drivers should plan ahead to minimize delays as widening of Interstate 90 gets under way in Snoqualmie Pass next month

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Visit state parks free tomorrow

Washington State Parks offers free access to lands tomorrow

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State agencies required to 'show their work'

Gov. Jay Inslee signs bills requiring departments of Ecology, and Fish and Wildlife to post information and work to website for public review

Spring burning planned in Chelan Ranger District

Prescribed burns planned for 1,185 acres in national forest near Chelan

Entiat Ranger District plans to burn 2,200 acres

Several prescribed burns planned in effort to reduce wildfire potential

Proposal to tax e-cigarettes stalls in the Legislature

Tax proposal for e-cigarettes stalls and legislative session ends

Dye test starts today at Grand Coulee Dam

Federal Bureau of Reclamation testing for leaks in Grand Coulee Dam powerhouse today

Lottery funds could be the ticket for new classrooms

Bill calls for using lottery revenues to fund school construction

House wants funding for third 144-car ferry to come from new tab fee

State House votes to add fee to license plates to pay for new ferry

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Three Rivers Hospital commissioners interview CEO candidates

Three finalists selected for Three Rivers Hospital's CEO position; board continues to keep most identities secret

Legislators grapple with merging medical and recreational marijuana

Lawmakers working on bills that would merge recreational and medical marijuana sales rules

Sheriff's Office to provide animal control in Okanogan

The Okanogan City Council has approved an agreement with the Okanogan County Sheriff's Office for limited animal control services.

Construction will mean downtown traffic delays

City Public Works Director Todd McDaniel recommends motorists find alternate routes through or around downtown area during sewer reconstruction near Main and Central streets.

Marchand removed from Colville Business Council

The Colville Business Council has expelled an Omak District councilman from the tribe’s governing body.

Kreidler: Canceled plans will not be allowed

State insurance commissioner rejects President Obama move to allow previously canceled plans to be reinstated in Washington

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