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People with costly conditions told Sen. Maria Cantwell they fear losing insurance without Obamacare.

Ruling pours cold water on jail employees’ free hot meals

The state Public Employment Relations Commission reversed an earlier ruling for union members.

Q&A (Part 2) about the state’s pay-per-mile tax pilot project

For example: “What do trucks, buses and cars that drive through our state pay?”

$2.3M federal grant boosts programs here for homeless youth

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Darlina New walks the former logging road at the Nourse Tree Farm and will host open house next weekend to celebrate being the Tree Farmer of the Year for Washington. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
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The New family knew nothing about forestry. Now they’ve been named the state’s top tree farmers.

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