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Leslee Caul, Pasco School District director of public relations, announces the district is seeking legal action against the Pasco Association of Educators. The district is seeking an injunction to force striking teachers back into classrooms.

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Cooler water ends threat to Mid-Columbia sturgeon

Columbia River water temperatures are back to normal, ending the warm-water conditions that killed more than 80 sturgeon this summer. Starting Tuesday, anglers can again fish for sturgeon in the Columbia and its tributaries about Bonneville Dam.

Cooler water ends threat to Mid-Columbia sturgeon

Columbia River water temperatures are back to normal, ending the warm-water conditions that killed more than 80 sturgeon this summer. Starting Tuesday, anglers can again fish for sturgeon in the Columbia and its tributaries about Bonneville Dam.

This Olympia house has been trucked, dragged and condemned, but it never looked better!

If a house could have a gender, this Colonial Revival is definitely a lady. Of a certain age (101), but a lady to be sure. Her golden exterior, with shutters the color of a lime peel, is smartly ringed in box hedges trimmed just so. There’s even a bronze plaque out front. A testament to her pedigree. When she was built, in 1914, the local newspaper called her, “one of the finest homes in the city.”

China urged to free reporter detained for stock market story

The Committee to Protect Journalists is urging Chinese authorities to release a reporter accused of spreading false information on the country's stock market meltdown, calling it the latest act of media intimidation by President Xi Jinping's administration.

This Olympia house has been trucked, dragged and condemned, but it never looked better!

If a house could have a gender, this Colonial Revival is definitely a lady. Of a certain age (101), but a lady to be sure. Her golden exterior, with shutters the color of a lime peel, is smartly ringed in box hedges trimmed just so. There’s even a bronze plaque out front. A testament to her pedigree. When she was built, in 1914, the local newspaper called her, “one of the finest homes in the city.”

China urged to free reporter detained for stock market story

The Committee to Protect Journalists is urging Chinese authorities to release a reporter accused of spreading false information on the country's stock market meltdown, calling it the latest act of media intimidation by President Xi Jinping's administration.