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Since taking over the program a year and a half ago, Cowlitz Family Health Center has made big strides in responding to the two major criticisms of the county’s former syringe exchange: It’s getting more drug abusers into treatment and decreasing the number of needles discarded throughout th…
OLYMPIA — In a plea to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to stop projects like the proposed $2 billion Kalama methanol plant, about 100 people gathered at the state Capitol on Thursday to oppose manufacturing facilities that use fracked natural gas.
A year and a half ago, Anita Graves’ doctor told her her right knee needed to be replaced.
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After 28 years of running sled dogs, Woodland-area resident Steve Madsen can answer any question about his favorite pastime — even when they come straight from the mind of a five-year-old.
Kelso’s new library manager, Natalee Corbett, first volunteered at a library in her home state of Texas when she was in third grade.