Bargaining efforts which began last July for grocery store workers across the West Coast have brought a tentative agreement to members of Local 367 in Western Washington. Continue Reading Members Of Grocers’ Union In Western Washington Vote On “Historic Agreement”
Checking Vineyard Soil Moisture Now Can Save Grapes Later Continue Reading Checking Vineyard Soil Moisture Now Can Save Grapes Later
Tacoma has some of the highest cases of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and People nationwide. Pierce County council members voted to establish an awareness day of this issue. Continue Reading May 5 “Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women And People Awareness Day” In Pierce County
Farmworkers’ March Returns To Skagit County Continue Reading Farmworkers’ March Returns To Skagit County
Fewer people in the Northwest are learning to hunt, which causes funding problems for state fish and wildlife departments. To solve the funding problem, experienced hunters are teaching newbies how to get involved in the sport. Continue Reading Mentored Hunts Work To Increase Hunters, Solve Fish And Wildlife Funding Problems
Harriet Bullitt, Washington philanthropist, broadcast executive and environmental champion, died April 23 at the age of 97. NWPB’s Sueann Ramella remembers her lasting legacy across the Pacific Northwest. Continue Reading Remembering Harriet Bullitt’s Legacy In The Northwest
More Inclusive Data To Better Serve Communities Continue Reading More Inclusive Data To Better Serve Communities
Private electric utilities in the Pacific Northwest are planning tens of millions of dollars in upgrades to reduce the risk that their power lines could spark wildfires during extreme weather. Utilities such as Pacific Power, Avista, Idaho Power, Portland General Electric and Puget Sound Energy are either required to or are voluntarily submitting wildfire mitigation plans. The 2022 editions are now public. Continue Reading Electric Utilities In Northwest Spending Millions On Upgrades To Reduce Risk Of Wildfire Ignitions
A recent salmon field trip has helped students become more curious about salmon. Continue Reading Salmon Summit Teaches Kids About Conservation, Science
Local Health Care Provider Says Rate Of Homeless Patients Increased During Pandemic Continue Reading Local Health Care Provider Says Rate Of Homeless Patients Increased During Pandemic
Idaho Program Offers Free Diapers, Wipes To Mothers Who Quit Smoking Continue Reading Idaho Program Offers Free Diapers, Wipes To Mothers Who Quit Smoking
Doug Towles of Clearwater
County is charged with ‘permitting animals to go without
care.” Dozens of his cattle have been found dead or
starving. They’ve also been found on his neighbors’ property. Continue Reading Animal Abuse Case Against Idaho Rancher Moves Forward
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