It’s not often we get a chance to peer into the future to see the consequences of our actions. California has given us that opportunity.
An outbreak of a rare virus indiscriminately infected Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate on Day One and shows no signs of abating before they adjourn next week.
As we have watched the many inspiring performances at the recent Olympic Games in Socchi, I can’t help but note the similarity to a quality educational experience.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announces the launch today of a new interactive website that allows the agency to provide improved public service and information about parks and programs.
Washington State President Jennifer Viestenz of Port Orchard, a member of Bremerton Auxilary 239, was honored Feb. 8 during the National Mid-Year Conference of the Ladies Auxilary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Water samples at more than 80 public beaches in the Puget Sound region, including Kitsap County, show fecal coliform bacteria levels that exceed levels considered to be safe.
The news these days is filled with stories about Big Bertha, the stalled Seattle waterfront drilling machine, and the cracks in the pontoons of the new SR 520 floating bridge across Lake Washington.
Jay Inslee endorsed the death penalty for his entire political career. But once the Democrat became governor and got his finger on the switch, he realized he couldn’t push it.
Where there is life, there is risk. That’s not some insightful quotation, it’s just a fact.