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The post’s salary is $132,000 a year and is responsible for $9 billion in education spending.
Tickets are $55 per person if purchased by this coming Saturday. They will be $60 per person after that.
As Chris Vance enters the final weeks of his race against Patty Murray, he hopes the controversies surrounding Donald Trump don’t drown out his message.
The Port Angeles City Council will consider admonishment Oct. 4.
Initiative 1464’s voucher system would give voters three $50 “democracy credits” that they can use in state races every two years.
Delegation part of a larger group of Salish and Washington tribes.
The order came minutes after a judge rejected a request by the Standing RockSioux to halt construction of the pipeline.
The three candidate forums and an educational event on initiatives are free and open to the public.
The state and the group that’s suing it are grappling over whether the state has complied with the McCleary decision.
Bob Ferguson said Wednesday he’ll ask lawmakers to introduce a bill next year to prohibit the sale of semi-automatic weapons with certain military-style features.
The hearing marks the latest development in the McCleary case — a 2012 ruling that said the Legislature has failed to fully fund education.
Republican presidential nominee praises Mexicans as “amazing people” after meeting with the country’s president, Enrique Pena Nieto.
The Republican presidential candidate’s visit to Everett is marked by both supporters and protesters.
Randy Johnson and Ron Richards outline their positions on Initiative 732 at an election forum.
Brian Coughenour and Dave Neupert come down on different sides of idea that would direct veterans toward treatment.
Bill Bloor is preparing guiding principles for City Council members on a ban against use of profanity that they imposed on themselves.
Inslee said increases should be spread across the state, while Bryant countered they should vary by region.
Position 2 state Rep. Steve Tharinger, 67, the longtime incumbent Democrat, said he’s for the increases, while John Alger, 62, who filed as an “independent-GOP party” candidate, said he’s opposed.
Justice Mary Yu and Chief Justice Barbara Madsen say opponents focus on the McCleary and other decisions.
In a third count of ballots Tuesday, Johnson edged Gabe Rygaard by 192 votes in the top-two primary for a spot on the ballot.