Last Wednesday, 54 Goldendale FFA Members, five parent volunteers (Jamie Kindler, Kelly Krusow, Sarah Conroy, Brandy Helms, and Danielle Cooper), and Goldendale FFA Advisors Randi and Joshua Krieg made the long four hour journey through the Palouse Valley to the WSU campus in Pullman. This select group of junior high and high school students compet...
County Pocket: Townhomes proposed for oceanfront land
By Jane Smith and Dan Moffett The almost 2-acre oceanfront parcel that once housed the Pelican Apartments along the former Dog Beach in the County Pocket will…
Hillary Clinton’s Mind-Boggling FBI Interview
The FBI-302 report of the interview of Hillary Clinton, along with the other notes of investigation released today, make for mind boggling reading ...
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Ocean City: Can the tourism bustle grow?
Ocean City is the 2nd-largest city in Maryland during the summer, yet town officials, businesses and locals disagree on if it should continue to grow.
For the Record: Fake your way through election night
Remember Game 7 of the World Series last week, when it seemed like the entire country was watching and tweeting about every moment? Tonight will be a lot like that, except angrier.
2 men plead not guilty in pimping case in Costa Mesa and Garden Grove
Two Palmdale men pleaded not guilty this week to prostitution-related charges involving young women in Costa Mesa and Garden Grove.
Murder suspects make plea deals
Less than a week from a scheduled motions hearing and a little more than two weeks before their scheduled trial date, two of the four men accused of an October
Trump Voters Are Angry, but Why?
Why do Donald Trump’s supporters back him?
Outdoor class inspires students to learn, create
Joshua Bradford swirls his brush in the oval of red watercolor paint, then considers his paper before adding more color. With every swish of the brush, his rainbow trout comes alive on the page — a green bottom, a red top, and a blue tail. After a close inspection of