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 By Rick Bannan    Potpourri 

Woodland Police Department welcomes new wellness dog

The Woodland Police Department's newest employee spends a good amount of time sleeping on the job, but that's to be expected of an 11-week-old Labrador retriever. When fully... — Updated 5/19/2022

 
 By Jaya Flanary    Potpourri 

WWU student's Breakout Magazine offers writers, bands opportunity

In September 2021, Natalie Vinh saw a need for a local music publication. About a month later, she launched Breakout Magazine. Managed entirely by Vinh, Breakout is a collaborative... — Updated 5/19/2022

 
 By Julie Lerner    Potpourri

Lummi-carved totem will travel 2,300 miles for salmon advocacy

A 14-foot totem pole sculpted by master carvers in the Lummi Nation will travel more than 2,300 miles over the next few weeks as part of an advocacy campaign for salmon restoration.... — Updated 5/4/2022

 

Ryan Booth featured in film documentary

Ryan Booth can check several boxes on his resume: National Park Service ranger, Washington State University assistant professor of history, and Fulbright Scholar, to name a few.... — Updated 4/28/2022

 

Ferry fares on the increase again

You didn't expect ferry fares to go down, right? Especially after a pandemic – which is not yet over – kept many commuters and travelers home and away from Washington state's... — Updated 3/16/2022

 
 By Kevin Rounce    Potpourri

Sunnyside High's school newspaper returns

'The Red and Black is Back!' adorned the front page of the first edition of Sunnyside High's student newspaper of the 2021-22 school year. That it's back is due to the determination... — Updated 1/7/2022

 

Washougal student, mother lift spirits with homecoming dress giveaway

When Taylor Poulsen sees people at Washougal High School's upcoming homecoming dance wearing dresses that they otherwise wouldn't have had access to if it wasn't for her efforts,... — Updated 10/20/2021

 

Long Beach celebrates 40th annual international kite festival

LONG BEACH - Kite fanatics from around the world made their way to Long Beach for the 40th annual Washington State International Kite Festival last week. The week-long spectacle,... — Updated 8/26/2021

 
 By Gloria Bond    Potpourri

Waterville Wanderings: The incredible edible sunflower

When I heard the whole sunflower was edible, I definitely had to give it a try! I went to the CG (Community Garden) and harvested roots, stems, flowers, buds, and leaves. I tried... — Updated 8/20/2021

 
 By Staff    Potpourri

Larissa Leon wins $10,000 Duck Brand scholarship

When a community bands together, great things happen. Larissa Leon of Sunnyside is celebrating her winning of the 2021 #StuckatProm Duct Tape Scholarship Challenge. The Sunnyside... — Updated 7/23/2021

 
 By Staff    Potpourri

Ilwaco bears relocated to Olympics

ILWACO - Three little Ilwaco black bear cubs and their mother are adjusting to "wild" life on the Olympic Peninsula on June 16 after the mom's plight generated intense concern on... — Updated 6/25/2021

 

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