Wednesday Feb 26
Trash burner power bill dies
OLYMPIA A proposal to make power from the West Plains garbage incinerator worth more money, one of the city of Spokane's top legislative priorities, died a quiet death Wednesday in a House committee.
Inside our Schools: Freeman choir students win awards - Sat, 15 Feb 2014 PST
Choir students in the Freeman School District participated in the Northeast region of the Washington Music Educators Association Feb. 1. Bethany Williams and Addy Clark received superior ratings in the mezzo-soprano division.
Legislature wrestles with oil train proposals
OLYMPIA The Legislature took some tentative steps Tuesday to demand more information and develop stricter controls on crude oil moving through the state by rail and barge.
Ban on flame retardant gains lawmaker support
In 2013, 53 House members voted in favor of legislation banning certain flame retardants in baby strollers, car seats and furniture, among other items.