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OLYMPIA — A ballot measure that reduced most vehicle taxes and fees should be thrown out as misleading because the $30 tabs it promotes won't exist and it's guilty of "logrolling" by including more than one topic, attorneys for local governments opposing the proposal told the state Supreme C…

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On Thursday, the state Department of Commerce announced an additional $691,810 in funding would be awarded to five federally-recognized tribes in Washington state to help with resources relating to the Victim of Crimes Act program. 

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The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is encouraging responsible gatherings and safe recreating during this year’s Fourth of July celebrations as the holiday lands on a weekend for the first time in five years.

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Staff from Thurston County Public Health’s Water Quality division collected a blue-green algae sample from Lake Lawrence on Tuesday, June 23, with results expected soon.

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South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) last week announced a new role on the college’s executive leadership team: chief diversity officer. Parfait Bassalé will serve in this position and plans to further support the college’s core theme of equity and commitment to cultivating an environ…

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Just a day after Lewis County Sheriff Rob Snaza appeared to call people who follow Gov. Jay Inslee’s statewide face mask mandate “sheep,” he spoke on camera for TV news stations wearing a custom Lewis County Sheriff’s Office face mask and walked back his comments.