Tuesday Dec 3
Journal of the San Juans
Co-op should show its cards | Editorial
When the chips were literally down, OPALCO, Rock Island and other local businesses responded quickly and effectively.
Dr. Richard King (Dick) Davies
Dr. Richard King Davies, 93, former long time Ephrata, Washington resident, finished his earthly life and went to be with the Lord on Friday, October 25, 2013.
Have you seen the story about the employee at an Ephrata, Washington, Burger King, fired for posting, "Now Hiring Must Be Mexican" on the store's marquee? This story is particularly timely, since last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission held a public meeting addressing issues with national-origin discrimination.
Washington Burger King Only Hires Mexicans
A huge sign outside a Burger King fast food restaurant in Ephrata, Washington is causing outrage because of its racist tone.
Grant Co. prosecutors to seek 20 years in murder
Grant County prosecutors say they'll seek a 20-year prison term for a man whose childhood murder conviction was overturned.
Keep Rocky Ford Creek on the winter fly angling trout plans very soon
I had meetings to attend in Moses Lake and Ephrata the other day, and I just had to stop by Rocky Ford Creek to see what was happening on my favorite winter stream.
Everyday Business | Ready? BofA checking out of NCW
The countdown continues toward Bank of America 's exit from North Central Washington on Dec. 6. That's when you can start using your blank BofA checks as table coasters or a handy scoop for dead bugs.