Justice Norma Rodriguez Listen (Runtime 3:21) Read Judges with unique backgrounds and life experiences bring invaluable perspectives according to a report by the Center for… Continue Reading First Latina Judge For Benton Franklin Counties Norma Rodriguez Talks Diversity On The Bench
Screenings of older films and cult classics by Moscow Film Society have been selling out. Listen Correspondent Lauren Paterson tells us a new film society… Continue Reading Film Society Builds Community Through Movie Events
Visitors are once again allowed in the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma. Lauren Gallup reports it’s been more than two years since detained immigrants have received visitors to the facility. Continue Reading Visitation Reinstated At Detention Center In Tacoma
In the year 2005, Trenton Quiocho was a Tacoma high school student who signed up for a glassblowing elective. The class, taught by the organization Hilltop Artists, would set him on a trajectory to a career in glass art. Continue Reading 27 Years of Hilltop Artists On Display At GATHER Exhibit
Morel mushrooms gathered this past weekend near Leavenworth, Wash. by Emily Conklin. Listen Journalist Lauren Paterson tells us why now is the time to start… Continue Reading Better Late Than Never: It’s Mushroom Hunting Season in the Pacific Northwest
Some parents with kids in crisis in Washington are making a heart wrenching decision. They’re sending their children to out-of-state therapeutic boarding schools. And taxpayers are picking up the tab. While these are outlier cases, they highlight ongoing gaps in in-state services — gaps that were laid bare during the COVID pandemic. Continue Reading Washington Is Sending Youth In Crisis To Out-Of-State Boarding Schools; Taxpayers Pick Up The Tab
Randy Brooks, a University of Idaho professor and extension forestry specialist, poses for a portrait in the College of Natural Resources building. Zach Wilkinson/The Lewiston… Continue Reading Support Beyond A Textbook: Forestry Researcher Uses Mental Health First Aid in Class
Starting June 1 people 18 and under can ride free. Listen (Runtime :47) Read Ben Franklin Transit–BFT– around Benton and Franklin counties, will offer free… Continue Reading Ben Franklin Transit Kids Ride Free
Silenced by Morgan Greene Listen (Runtime :46) Read A Yakima A.C. Davis High School senior has won a Congressional Art Competition with her depiction of… Continue Reading Yakima High School Student Wins Congressional Art Competition
Ukrainian student Kateryna Debera shares Ukrainian foods and culture. Listen Ukrainian and American students learn about each other’s cultures while the Russian invasion continues. (Runtime… Continue Reading Students From Ukraine Finish Online WSU Class Despite War Breaking Out Around Them
In the last of our series, The Fight for Legacy Forests, NWPB’s Lauren Gallup reports on reactions to the carbon project on state lands, which will protect some older forests from harvest. Continue Reading The Fight For Legacy Forests, Part Eight: What Next? A Look At The DNR’s New Carbon Project
E-scooters are available in Wenatchee. Photo from www.wenatcheewa.gov. Read People in Wenatchee can use scooters for transportation starting this week. Eighty to 100 scooters will… Continue Reading Wenatchee Has Scooters For Transportation
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