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Studded tire penalties start March 31

The deadline for Washington motorists to remove studded tires is March 31. Under state law, driving with studded tires after midnight March 31 is a traffic infraction and could result…

How your state legislators voted

Washingtonvotes.org, a project of Washington Policy Center that tracks voting by all state legislators, provides the following information on votes on proposed legislation by state Sen. Randi Becker and Reps.…

Take ‘every opportunity’ to lead

Take ‘every opportunity’ to lead

Montgomery Potter’s dream of becoming an Army officer is starting to materialize. The Graham-Kapowsin High School senior has been accepted to the United States Military Academy Preparatory School. It’s on…

Fire destroys Graham-area house

A Graham-area home was destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon. Three adults were in the double-wide mobile home in the 9900 block of 288th Street East when the fire started, but…

Legal standoff over pot store

Legal standoff over pot store

By Cooper Inveen WNPA Olympia Bureau With all the complications that local bans have caused for Washington’s recreational pot market, two state-licensed businessmen have decided to take matters into their…

Couple arrested, kids taken from ‘filthy’ home

Two adults are facing charges in connection with the removal of three young children from an Eatonville-area home that was described by authorities as “filthy and unsanitary.” The children –…

Plan with 11-cent gas tax increase advances

By Cooper Inveen WNPA Olympia Bureau Just 18 days after its initial unveiling, state Senate lawmakers have passed a $15 billion transportation package that includes an 11.7-cent increase to the…

Charges filed in fatal crash

A Roy man has been charged with vehicular homicide for a crash March 7 on State Route 507 near Spanaway that left another man dead and some of the victim’s…

Knitters making a difference

Knitters making a difference

By Tillie Vuksich Contributing writer The Eatonville knitting group, the Knit ‘n’ Knots, supports local hospitals by donating hand-knitted and crocheted hats (from baby-sized to adult), lap blankets and hand-sewn…

Bethel launching dual language learning

A Spanish-English dual language program wlil begin this fall at Chester H. Thompson Elementary School in the Bethel School District. The program will be limited to kindergarten during the 2015-16…