NW tribes face threats from expanding oil and gas projects

In 2017, Native tribes have been at the forefront of opposition against expanding oil and gas transport in the Northwest.
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Garden Network leading charge to bring back butterflies

If you've ever watched the process of a caterpillar becoming a vividly colorful Monarch butterfly, you probably have an appreciation for a challenge being issued by the National Pollinator Garden Network.
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Natural decision: Benefits of real Christmas trees

CLE ELUM — With the holiday season here, many Washingtonians have an important decision to make: Should they buy a real or artificial Christmas tree?
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Stay secure, spend within means this holiday season

SEATTLE — Don't let the holiday cheer turn into misery.
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Opioid emergency declaration first step toward help for states

SEATTLE — The opioid crisis plaguing states such as Washington is officially declared a public health emergency.
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Report to Legislature: Out-of-school programs help state kids

SEATTLE — Washington state is improving programs for children afterschool and in the summer, according to a report to the Legislature, which agreed to help fund the programs.
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Bill in Congress would make college tuition-free

SEATTLE — The college year has started again, and for many students that means anxiety over debt is here again, too.
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Financial tips for college students going off to school

SEATTLE — It's an exciting time of year for students heading off to college for the first time, but with that independence comes new responsibilities. One of the most important is financial responsibilities.
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Drive with caution as school year starts

By Eric Tegethoff Washington News Service SEATTLE — All across the U.S. at this time of year, 55 million children head back to school, walking and biking to class. AAA Washington reminds drivers that speed limits in school zones are reduced for a reason. Jennifer Cook, a spokeswoman for AAA Washington, says it’s very important to slow down in school zones, and not just to avoid the fine,...
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Bipartisan effort to fight climate change in growing caucus

SEATTLE — A panel of congressional members seeking solutions to combat climate change is growing by leaps and bounds. 
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