The American public found out Wednesday what it means when the White House warns of a high-risk of terrorist attack: more security - and more jitters - at airports, seaports, borders, malls, amusement parks and other well-traveled places.
The public agency that's developing a huge business park in Grays Harbor County still disagrees with the state auditor on the scope of its powers but promises not to repeat its offenses.
The public agency that oversees development of the new business park in Satsop says it was created to get things done - without all the bureaucratic red tape of regular government agencies.
The second building in the Satsop Development Park built for SafeHarbor Technology Corp. has a new tenant.
Public development authorities are becoming a common vehicle for local governments to accomplish grand projects. But some state leaders are concerned they may have gotten out of control.
House Minority Leader Clyde Ballard called for legislative hearings to investigate a government agency's relationship with SafeHarbor and the money it spent on buildings, equipment and infrastructure for the Internet start-up company.
The state auditor plans to expand his investigation into the relationship between a government agency set up as the landlord at a business development park and its anchor tenant, Internet start-up SafeHarbor.
There are three things I want to share with you today: background on the centerpiece story on Page 1; a change coming to the paper this week; and two new items in the debate over American Indian mascots in sports.
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