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Local Philanthropist Gives Big to Marijuana Legalization   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - November 03, 2011
Hariet Bullitt (owner of Icicle Broadcasting) has donated $100,000 to the I-502 campaign

Will Frost and Snow Bring a Bad End to Apple Season?   

November 03, 2011
About 15% of the harvest is still unpicked, due to a late season and labor shortage. Now snow threatens the rest of the crop.

UV MEND Moving Forward with Affordable Housing Plan   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - November 03, 2011
While many pieces still must fall into place, MEND Executive Director Brian Thompson-Royer still expects to break ground by summer.

Armstrong Says State Loan for TTC Will be a Challenge   

November 01, 2011
The legislature's special session will focus on budget cuts, and passing a bill to loan $42 million to the Town Toyota Center in just 3 days will not be easy.

State Treasurer Will Ask Legislature for Loan to Cover Town Toyota Center   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - October 31, 2011
With just 3 days to seal the deal to avoid default, the stakes are very high.

Gregoire's Budget Would Significantly Impact Prisons and Probation   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - October 31, 2011
The Department of Corrections is bracing for another round of cuts that could let prisoners out 5 months early and reduce supervision time for all offenders.

WVC President Reacts To Governor's Proposed Budget Cuts   

October 31, 2011
3 years of cuts have already taken their toll, said Jim Richardson, and there is little left to cut.

Travel Guru Rick Steves Wants Marijuana Legalized in Washington   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - October 31, 2011
The travel expert said prohibition has failed, and Europe is a good model for the benefits of legalization.

Governor Proposes Stark Budget Cuts   

October 28, 2011
A 15% cut to higher education, ending healthcare programs for the poor, cutting school levy equalization in half, and many more cuts were proposed Thursday by Gregoire to fill a $2 billion gap.

COOKING LOCAL Masala Chai Spiced Pear Upside Down Cake   

October 28, 2011
Instead of gorging on Halloween candy, try this exotic adult sweet treat instead.

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