WA Rep Introduces Military Dependents School Meal Eligibility Act
The act aims to remove the basic allowance for housing from the military’s calculation of income for eligibility in free and reduced-price school meal programs.
Washington, The 30th Anniversary of National Public Lands Day is Coming
The Bureau of Land Management announced today that it is waiving recreation day-use fees for visitors on September 23rd
Carbon Auction Reduction Act Could Net Washingtonians Some Cash
Rep. April Connors plans to introduce the CAR Program, which could net registered vehicle owners in Washington a $100 check (up to $200 per family) next July.
Benton County Opposes Tri-City Wind Farm Project
The Benton County Commissioners passed a resolution this week which formally sets forth opposition to the Horse Heaven Wind Farm Project.
After 4 Years, an Important Hanford-Related Agreement is Settled
The Washington state Department of Ecology announced this week that it will regain direct access to critical federal data about the Hanford Site.
Washingtonians, You Could Have Money Waiting for You
The Washington State Department of Revenue’s Unclaimed Property program is apparently breaking records
Dept of Ecology Says Nearly 40 Million Pounds of Litter in WA
The recently released study shows that despite more than $12 million spent each year, the problem still persists.
North Bend Man Faces Up to 40 Years in Jail for Illegal Hunting
The Washington State Attorney General's Office says Jason Smith has been charged with 32 criminal counts.
WA Company Facing Half Million Dollar Fine After Multiple Violations
The final straw came after a worker unloaded molten sulfur from a rail car without wearing the proper respiratory protection.
Pasco Mayor Pro-Tem Resigning
Pasco City Councilmember and Mayor Pro-Tem Craig Maloney has announced his intent to resign from Pasco City Council effective October 2.