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Community groups remain opposed to PSE’s planned system upgrade.
Employees will receive wage increases and $500 bonus.
The upcoming levy, if passed, will build more classrooms and install security cameras.
Data on inmates not being cohesively collected is needed for decision making, advocates say.
B.C. struggles with many of the same problems as Washington state.
Police blotter for March 11-17.
Mayor says the award reflects the city staff’s dedication and hard work.
Closed lane reopened at about 10:40 a.m. Monday.
Constituents also worried about proposed sexual educational curriculum, election reforms.
Report on solitary confinement shows the county is not honoring its agreement.
YES holds annual Invest in Youth Breakfast.
Eastside politicians vote overwhelmingly in favor of HB 1638.
Police blotter for March 4-10.
The event also included a teach-in to school attendees on Islamophobia and its root causes.
Some districts have built-in make-up days but not all.
Nationwide action to draw attention to climate change took place March 15.
No local threats identified.
Police Blotter for Feb. 28 - March 2.
Congregations debate separation following gay-clergy, same-sex marriage ban.
County has one remaining landfill located near Maple Valley, and it’s nearing capacity