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Acting BLM Director William Perry Pendley stands in the mostly empty suite of offices at the agency's new planned headquarters in Grand Junction, Colo. Kirk Siegler/NPR

President Trump To Withdraw Polarizing Nominee To Lead Bureau Of Land Management

The nominee, William Perry Pendley, has been leading the agency since last August through a series of controversial continued appointment extensions. Prior to coming to Washington D.C., the Wyoming native had spent much of his career at the conservative Mountain States Legal Foundation challenging the very agency he now leads. Continue Reading President Trump To Withdraw Polarizing Nominee To Lead Bureau Of Land Management

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Uniquely NW News: Reviewing Trends To Watch From Washington State’s 2020 Primary Election

Washington’s all vote-by-mail Aug. 4 primary is in the books, with final results certified soon. And it revealed some noteworthy trends. Republican Loren Culp will be Gov. Jay Inslee’s opponent on the November ballot as Inslee seeks a rare third term. Continue Reading Uniquely NW News: Reviewing Trends To Watch From Washington State’s 2020 Primary Election

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Loren Culp, third from left, poses for a photo with supporters at a campaign stop in Colville in Stevens County. Courtesy of Loren Culp campaign

As Loren Culp Campaigns For Governor, Ferry County Asks Republic To Pay The Bill For His Absence

The Ferry County sheriff is asking for $138,000 to cover the costs of filling in for Republic Police Chief Loren Culp while he campaigns for governor. The sheriff’s office is located in Republic, a town of about 1,100 people, but Republic has its own police force. Culp is the chief and only member of the force. Continue Reading As Loren Culp Campaigns For Governor, Ferry County Asks Republic To Pay The Bill For His Absence

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