The Washougal City Council and Transportation Benefit District Board have been debating some of our transportation needs and how to fund them for several months now.
On July 9, Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA) appealed to congress, “Let’s no longer turn a blind eye and instead help those who need it the most.”
In Olympia these days, lawmakers are high centered in a second special session over the budget to operate the state for the next two years.
Last Wednesday, I saw a headline over the top of a 1,100-plus word opinion piece that asked, “Where was Rep. Liz Pike?”
My mother and many of her relatives were teachers and several of the newer generation family relatives followed their parents into the education field.
Like many citizens of Clark County, I have become increasingly alarmed over the proposed unrestrained growth that is taking place in East Clark County. We see a pro-growth planning process that is leading parts of our county into an environmental future we may not recognize or desire to live in. This kind of massive growth places unnecessary burdens on the people who already live here.
Firefighters’ union supports teachers East Clark County Professional Firefighters Local No. 2444 supports our teachers.
Although the “buzz” about bee declines makes headlines, excites public concern and warrants a White House Task Force on the health of honey bees and other pollinators, bees are still in jeopardy.
Campus sexual violence has been the subject of an intense national conversation recently, but that dialogue often lacks critical input from schools that are already taking steps to improve their campus climates.
We all want a cleaner environment in which to live, work and pass on to our children and grandchildren. We’re making great progress here in Washington.