It’s difficult for Willie Frank III to talk about his father.
The Loyal Order of the Moose put more than $300,000 of updates into its Nisqually Valley Moose Lodge while it was shut down due to COVID-19 related restrictions.
The Yelm City Council during a study session on Tuesday, April 6, voiced its support in acquiring a 640-acre property it currently holds the deed to in lieu of missed local improvement district (LID) payments.
The Nisqually Red Wind Casino says it’s ready to “enter the next phase” of its reopening plan and begin offering more services to its customers, according to a letter posted on social media Monday, April 5, from the general manager.
Formerly incarcerated people will immediately regain the right to vote after Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law this automatic right, marking passage for one of the first criminal justice reform bills this session.
Residents of Thurston County can now apply for rental assistance if they experienced financial hardship directly or indirectly due to the COVID-19 pandemic after the Community Action Council of Lewis, Mason and Thurston Counties started accepting applications.
A bill that would declare Washington a Purple Heart State unanimously passed in the state Senate on Friday, April 9 with a vote of 49 to 0, with no members excused, and is on its way to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk to be signed into law.
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is asking the public for assistance in identifying a subject under investigation for allegedly throwing a water bottle that struck a woman in the head during a protest at the state Capitol on March 20.