Question: How do we best control growth and create neighborhoods we all want to live in?
There are dams that should come down and those that shouldn’t.
The message is clear. President-elect Donald Trump’s “Job One” is to put people back to work.
For some, Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends and give thanks for the blessings we enjoy. For others, it’s a time to volunteer at soup kitchens to help the less fortunate. For still others, it’s simply a chance to eat a huge meal and watch football.
In 1976, the OWL Party brought something into Washington State’s political arena that was usually lacking, and that was humor.
Guess who was among the first to welcome our Olympic athletes back home from Rio? None other than the IRS.
Groups of young people have been roaming downtown Camas recently. Washougal too. They’re looking up and down, and all around. They’re playing the new rage “Pokemon Go,” “augmenting reality” by phone; the objective is to catch the most creatures.
Since the construction of Grand Coulee and Bonneville dams, Washington has enjoyed an abundance of low cost, reliable hydropower. It has been one-key competitive advantage for energy intensive industries and now it is vital to our state burgeoning “clean tech industries.”
Impartial approach is key to successful elections
Every mom and dad wants the best for their children.