Month: June 2020

Gubernatorial candidate calls for October lockdown

A candidate for governor is going all-in on preparing for the next wave of COVID-19, proposing a weekslong, statewide lockdown in October. Nate Herzog, a Lake Forest Park resident running for […]

Clark County Council chair denies systemic racism

Updated 5:30 p.m. Friday A leader with the League of United Latin American Citizens said Friday that the organization will “make every effort to join in the recall of Councilor Eileen […]

Young Democrats back Biden, Long and county independents

The Young Democrats of Clark County have issued their endorsements for the 2020 election, a list that includes a lot of Democrats and few surprises. For president, the group is backing […]

Clark County Council speaks out on systemic racism

The Clark County Council on Tuesday approved a resolution that recognizes systemic racism and injustice in the county. The resolution comes after weeks of protests sparked largely by the death of […]

Clark County claims CARES Act funding shortchange

Clark County is claiming that it should receive more than three times its initial allotment of CARES Act funding from the state of Washington. The county has received $26,867,500 in the […]

Congresswoman receives bipartisanship award

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, a Republican from Battle Ground, was one of 30 lawmakers this week to earn an award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce recognizing bipartisanship.  This year marked […]

Letters, endorsements and confusing branding

A spokesperson for Carolyn Long, a Democrat running for Congress in southwest Washington, has apologized after the campaign released a statement that inaccurately implied the candidate had been endorsed by […]

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