Month: February 2020

Finn seeks to lift Woodland priorities in Cowlitz County

This time next year, Will Finn would like to be in position to elevate Woodland priorities in Cowlitz County. He won’t know the specific position, though, for a few months. Finn, […]

It’s a long ways to the DNC, even once you’re there

So you want to be a delegate to the Democratic National Convention, July 13-16 in Milwaukee. Washington will have 107 delegates, of which 30 are reserved for elected officials, party leaders […]

Democratic candidate flips, decides to run for Congress as a ‘liberal gay Republican’

Rudy Atencio, a White Salmon resident who up until very recently was running as a Democrat to represent Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, changed his mind. He’s now running as a “liberal […]

Wanted: Highly effective I-5 Bridge czar

This could be the opportunity of a lifetime — or the opportunity for a lifetime of regrets. Washington and Oregon are searching for a “highly effective leader” to oversee the new […]

Own an equestrian facility? Better have a soundproof barn.

In light of horse owners’ recent complaints about the Clark County code, and as the county expresses interest in changing it, one requirement might be easier than others to buck. Horse […]

Washington and Vancouver can’t compete with Nevada and Vegas

Tuesday is Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday for the practice of giving up rich, fatty foods for Lent. In New Orleans, one of the most Catholic cities in the […]

Want to work for the census? Apply ASAP.

Toying with the idea of working for the census? It might be a good idea to apply “sooner rather than later.” That’s according to Toby Nelson, Western media contact for the […]

Congressional candidate goes in for the Whigs

Rudy Atencio, a candidate for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District running an unorthodox campaign out of White Salmon, is kicking it old school. Very old school. We’re talking covered wagons, invention […]

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