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Even with degrees from abroad, it can be difficult for many to get certified in the state.
The two-night event at the library is part of the Friends of the Library fundraising efforts.
Bill supporters cite concerns over health issues and teen use.
Vashon residents take it day by day amid reports that the world isn’t doing enough on climate change.
Harbor School and McMurray Middle School students headed through town during the “Dream March.”
Annual event led by beach naturalists and the Vashon Nature Center drew 60 islanders last week.
Vandals drove a vehicle across the new sod at the field last month, causing significant damage.
Loan of up to $1 million will go to start-up costs, likely funding Neighborcare — for now
Members of dance company Whim W’Him held an open rehearsal in VCA’s Kay White Hall.
Republican senator calls proposal ‘unconstitutional.’
A man in his 30s was hospitalized in Everett after contracting the virus during a trip to China.
Commissioners emerged from a closed session and approved deal with waterworks operators
Criticism levied at Matt Shea investigation, Republican leadership.
The Backbone Campaign hopes it will reduce emissions and jump-start depressed communities.
Washington state Attorney General stopped by Sound Publishing’s Kirkland office.
Senate passes bill to ban single-use plastic bags, place 8-cent fee on reusable plastic bags.
Commissioners passed a resolution Jan. 2 stating it would like to borrow from King County
Presenters will include keynote speaker Trish Dziko, Karen Dhaliwal of the Freedom Project.
Demonstration was in response to escalating tensions between U.S. and Iran.
Lawmakers sponsor companion bills in the House and Senate.