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Since he was a child, Ketul Patel has seen the difference a caring doctor and nurse can make.
In a case that could enfeeble public sector unions, a conservative group is suing Washington state and SEIU 925, challenging the union’s role as the exclusive representative for thousands of subsidized daycare providers.
Last year, the number of homeless students continued to rise in South Sound’s largest school districts, according to information recently released by the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.
10th U.S. Open | July 8-9, 1904
Lance Coomer scored a game-high 17 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer in the fourth quarter and two free throws with 6.2 seconds left to seal it, as Woodinville beat third-ranked Kentwood 58-57 to advance to the 4A state semifinals at the Tacoma Dome.
News and notes setting up the 54th day of the 105-day legislative session.
The real estate market is back. Sales are up, Inventory is down and the price homes has increased.
Not usually a scorer, Eagles’ Jayde Christopher pours in 16 points as Cleveland fends off Rams in morning thriller
Carter Lake Elementary School, located on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, has been selected to participate in a project that will help teachers assess student art work according to national standards.
From sustainability and native plants to dog show and music, events happening around the South Sound