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Orders for the 2021 Thurston Conservation District’s native plant festival and sale are open from now until Feb. 15, according to a newsletter…
OLYMPIA — Washington's economy has recovered some of the jobs, retail sales and tax revenue that plunged after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, improving its budget outlook for the next three years, but that still leaves the state "well below where we were in February," the state's economist said Wednesday.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has played havoc with the Washington economy and many of its industries, it has boosted at least one: the state's legal marijuana operations.
A law restricting the sale of semi-automatic rifles approved by voters in 2018 is constitutional, a federal judge ruled Monday.
With the cancelation of this year’s Thurston County Fair announced just a few weeks ago, and with the 90th Washington FFA Convention moved onl…
The first phase of reopening Washington state’s economy continued to push forward Friday as Gov. Jay Inslee announced that curbside sales for retail businesses can begin while also allowing for five rural counties to begin reopening at a faster pace than others with more cases and deaths from COVID-19.
Car, truck and boat sales can resume in Washington under strict new rules to reduce the threat of exposure of customers and employees to COVID-19.
It’s official: You can color the 2020 FFA plant sales at Yelm and Rainier high schools a lush shade of green.
Tomato plants are never green with envy.