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Kennedy Gwin, daughter of retired Hoquiam fire chief Jerry Gwin, awarded scholarship for her years of leadership in State and National Granges
He led many successful Hoquiam school levy campaigns
Flood control, wildlife, aesthetics, property concerns and more aired at Tuesday open house
Crews want to take advantage of expected favorable weather conditions
Obama is throwing his weight behind Washington state races in swing districts that could decide control of the state Legislature.
Elected Treasurer Ron Strabbing has announced his Oct. 31 retirement.
Calls to public safety agencies
The Ski Dazzle Seattle Ski and Snowboard Show, planned for Nov. 5-6, was canceled because promoters can’t afford television, newspaper and radio advertising at higher election time rates.
Advocacy group recommends state’s Document Recording Fee be made permanent and even increased
There are times when the gubernatorial candidates seem to be running for state school superintendent, a different office altogether.
The letter “T” takes center stage.
Chehalis Basin Flood Authority grant could spare homes, schools, businesses from future floods
Candidates share some goals for state representative but view government’s function in different ways
The vessel is homeported in Westport
Rogers and Wolfe challenged by Olsen and Hill
The man was found Thursday by a woman walking her dog near the entrance to Margarette McKenney Campground on Waddell Creek Road
Both candidates agree rural concerns aren’t well understood in the State Legislature
Suspect found with numerous fake credit cards, IDs, arrested on multiple felony charges
Pacific Rim adrift in South Bay off Whitcomb Flats
Hear about upcoming plans at open house on Wednesday at 7 p.m.