La biblioteca del condado de Columbia, en el sureste de Washington, se encuentra a menos de una cuadra de la calle principal de Dayton, en un edificio histórico de ladrillo rojo que alberga más de 30.000 libros. Continue Reading Biblioteca rural de Washington podría ser la primera del país en disolverse tras oposición a libros
A Pasco City Council member is running to keep his spot in District 3. But Irving Brown says racist attacks are targeting his campaign. Continue Reading Pasco Council member says racist attacks are targeting his campaign
El Concejal de Pasco Irving Brown es candidato para seguir representando al Distrito 3, pero dice que su campaña está siendo blanco de ataques racistas. Continue Reading Concejal de Pasco denuncia ataques racistas contra su campaña
Empezar de nuevo en otro país no es fácil, pero una organización del sureste de Washington ayuda a las familias de refugiados a crear un camino hacia el éxito a través de la educación. Continue Reading Con programas educativos, ayudan a refugiados a construir un nuevo camino
Starting over in a new country is not easy, but a Southeastern Washington organization helps refugee families create a path to success through education. Continue Reading Helping refugees build new life paths through education
WestRock Paper Mill closing in Tacoma — job losses, utility impacts and the end of the Tacoma Aroma?
WestRock, a Georgia-based corrugated packaging company, announced that its paper mill on the Tacoma tideflats will close up shop at the end of September. The mill has been in operation for nearly 100 years, processing wood fibers into paper and emitting sulfurous scents infamous for contributing to the Tacoma Aroma.
Continue Reading WestRock Paper Mill closing in Tacoma — job losses, utility impacts and the end of the Tacoma Aroma?
Rural Washington library could be nation’s first to dissolve after book challenges, reshelving requests
On Nov. 7, some voters will decide whether to dissolve the Columbia County Library in Dayton, Washington. If they choose to do so, librarians said it would be the first… Continue Reading Rural Washington library could be nation’s first to dissolve after book challenges, reshelving requests
Bryan Kohberger enters the courtroom for a hearing, Friday, Aug. 18, 2023, at the Latah County Courthouse in Moscow, Idaho. Kohberger is accused of killing four University of Idaho students… Continue Reading October trial postponed as Kohberger waives right to speedy trial in case of student killings
On August 16th, a salmon shark was reported on the shores of the Salmon River in Riggins, Idaho. How the shark ended up on the beach is still unknown. (Credit:… Continue Reading Shark sighting in Idaho remains a mystery
Large fires surrounding Spokane level homes and send people and livestock fleeing Continue Reading Rain, soft and wonderful, comes too late for many near Spokane
Workers remove trees impacted by the Gray Fire near Interstate 90. (Courtesy: Washington State Department of Transportation) Read By: Rebecca White / Spokane Public Radio Update: Interstate 90 has re-opened. Washington… Continue Reading Precipitation, wind change slow growth of Spokane County wildfires
The restaurant that served the milkshakes discontinued use of its two milkshake machines on Aug. 8, the same day the local health department collected samples. Continue Reading Listeria that killed three in Pierce, Thurston counties linked to milkshakes
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