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Kerry Jang: "agnostic" about Communism

It’s considered a matter of courtesy to fly another country’s flag when one of its representatives is visiting. That doesn’t mean people have to like it. 533 more words


Local Dignitaries Help Open STEM Building to the Public

Clark’s STEM building officially opened to the public on Oct. 3 in a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by college President Bob Knight and members of the Board of Trustees. 240 more words

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Inslee Declares State Of Emergency For 20 Counties

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Several wildfires continued to burn in Eastern Washington Tuesday and Gov. Jay Inslee declared a state of emergency for 20 counties. 493 more words


37 Washington State Patrol Troopers Sworn In

At a ceremony held in the Capitol Rotunda this afternoon, 37 Washington State Patrol (WSP) troopers were sworn in by the   Chief Justice of the Washington State Supreme Court Barbara A. 937 more words

Feature Stories

Sour Grapes Make Bitter Whine

Are you excited about the ELECTION? What a silly question! Of course you are. Of course you are not. You are compelled to reluctantly pay attention as it festers on like an increasingly disconcerting mole, whose asymmetry hints that while it might not be yugely fatal yet, it almost certainly will be later. 1,536 more words


Stand With Those Who Serve Week

Don’t forget, Governor Jay Inslee’s Washington State Proclamation for Stand With Those Who Serve Week From July 23 – July 30, 2016 is right around the corner! 263 more words


Governing RePost: Why an unmowed Capitol lawn could be a sign of good management

When groundskeepers on Washington state’s Capitol campus were asked how they would improve efficiency, they came up with an unorthodox idea: Stop cutting the grass.

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