Month: October 2020

Are solar panels coming to Heritage Farm?

Solar panels may be coming to the 78th Street Heritage Farm.  Elemental Energy, a Portland-based solar energy company, has proposed a two-megawatt solar farm on 5 acres of open land at […]

Polling déjà vu: What can we learn from 2018?

It’s the final stretch before Election Day, and pundits are looking at three polls to cast predictions on Washington’s Third Congressional District race between Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, […]

Herrera Beutler campaign accuses Long of violating corporate PAC pledge

Earlier in the week, when I was working on a story about the final round of campaign fundraising numbers, I received a message from a spokesperson for Rep. Jaime Herrera […]

Little, Bowerman hold fundraising leads

Karen Bowerman and Matt Little hold healthy fundraising leads as their respective races for the Clark County Council enter the home stretch.  Bowerman, a Republican, has raised $50,355 in cash contributions, […]

Union leader denounces being called a “boss” in campaign flyer

A campaign mailer for Sen. Lynda Wilson, a Republican who represents the 17th Legislative District in Olympia, displays a checklist designed to draw a contrast between herself and her opponent, […]

Another item on the civic to-do list in early November

The Clark County treasurer is warning residents to think ahead while completing a civic duty before early November, and it's not the one you're hearing the most about. The Nov. 3 […]

Where do I get my ‘I voted’ sticker?

With many lingering questions circulating this election cycle, here’s priority number 768,542: where do I get my “I voted” sticker? The traditional mementos from polling stations are not as common in […]

Mielke’s senate write-in campaign raises $10,000

Remember last month, when we reported that Tom Mielke was eyeing a run for state senate? Well, in a shocking twist, Tom Mielke is running for state senate.  The Republican launched a […]

Clark County to mull “safe and sane” fireworks rule

The Clark County Council could adopt a “safe and sane” fireworks policy by the end of the year. The council voted 3-2 Wednesday in favor of considering the law change before […]

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