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Washington State University coach Nick Rolovich walks along the sideline during the first half of the team's football game against Oregon in Pullman, Wash., Nov. 14, 2020. CREDIT: Young Kwak/AP

Annual Apple Cup Rivalry Game Between UW And WSU Canceled Due To Positive COVID-19 Tests

If you were unaware the Apple Cup was even happening this year, then you’re probably not alone. After all, the Pac-12 football season was canceled. Then it was back, three weeks ago, with a shortened 6-game season and safety protocols. Those required canceling games if a team couldn’t field a minimum number of 53 scholarship players. Continue Reading Annual Apple Cup Rivalry Game Between UW And WSU Canceled Due To Positive COVID-19 Tests

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Environmental Groups And Dairy Farmers Unhappy With State’s Regulation In Central Washington

Environmental groups and the Washington dairy industry are unhappy with a state permit that regulates pollutants. The groups made their cases before a state appeals court this week. In 2017, the Washington Department of Ecology issued what’s known as a discharge permit for large dairies or other concentrated animal feeding operations. Continue Reading Environmental Groups And Dairy Farmers Unhappy With State’s Regulation In Central Washington

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Peace Arch Park reportedly is the scene of lots of weddings this summer featuring Canadian-American couples seeking to ease their border crossing status.

U.S.-Canada Border Closure Likely To Be ‘With Us For Awhile’ As Pandemic Persists

The most recent extension of the U.S.-Canada border closure expires this Friday, November 21, but no one expects the restrictions to be lifted then. First implemented in March, the closure of the land and sea border to nonessential crossings have been extended monthly by mutual agreement between Ottawa and the Trump administration. Continue Reading U.S.-Canada Border Closure Likely To Be ‘With Us For Awhile’ As Pandemic Persists

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