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OLYMPIA — A measure calling for a constitutional amendment and laws that would tackle felon voting, campaign finance, and presidential candidate tax returns came in front of the House Committe…

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ASTORIA, Ore. — I know a lot of cops, and most of them are good people. I think the public — and the media — are often guilty of giving police hell for things they don’t understand. So, while …

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On Feb. 11 at 1:42 p.m., Long Beach Police contacted suspect David D. Jerome, 57, from Seaview after he allegedly threatened staff at a business. Charges of felony harassment will be filed wit…

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PENINSULA — Clear weather and favorable tide conditions culminated with a multitude of 8,300 clam diggers descending on the Peninsula over the weekend. Beach approaches from Seaview to Surfsid…

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LONG BEACH — The Ocean Beach School District Board of Directors is accepting applications for an upcoming vacancy.

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The following individuals were booked into Pacific County Jail for the charges shown.

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PENINSULA — The 2018-2019 school year will be Cathy Meinhardt’s last year with the Ocean Beach School District. Meinhardt serves as principal at Long Beach Elementary and Ocean Park Elementary.

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LONG BEACH — The American Association of University Women is hosting a historical afternoon tea theatre celebrating National Women’s History Month with this year’s theme “Breaking the Mold.”

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NASELLE — The new Naselle Community Center hosted its inaugural event, a music concert, on Saturday, Feb. 16. The concert featured an amazing array of Northwest musical talent.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, the Battle Ground Republican representing Washington’s Third Congressional District, said Feb. 14 she opposes President Donald Trump’s decla…

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OLYMPIA — Martin Jones, the former Long Beach man convicted of attempting to murder a Washington State Trooper, may get another trial. On Feb. 14, the state Court of Appeals said there are eno…

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OCEAN PARK — The pool at Dunes Bible Camp is closed for repairs, and will likely remain closed for several more days.

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OLYMPIA — Two bills in the state Legislature, if passed, would allow a controversial pesticide to be used by shellfish growers to kill burrowing shrimp, a pest that growers say threatens their…

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Former Washington Gov. Gary Locke, a Democrat, is heading a new coalition supporting passage of USMCA. He was ambassador to China and U.S. commerce secretary in the Obama administration.

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The number of legal-sized white sturgeon (38 to 54 inches in fork length) in the Columbia River downstream of Bonneville Dam declined in 2018, while the number of sturgeon large enough to spaw…

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ILWACO — What do Black Lake, law enforcement, sewage and the Planning Commission all have in common?

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On Jan. 28 at 2:15 a.m., LBPD stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction. Suspect Edward L. Bendzick, 36, from Long Beach was cited for driving under the influence of intoxicants.

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In this year’s eight-week Saturday Science Academy, students are studying water. In the first session of the 2019 Academy held on Feb. 2, students experimented with some of the properties of H…

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The Long Beach Peninsula Visitors Bureau is pleased to honor Rod Anderson as Volunteer of the month. Anderson was born in Mount Vernon, Wash., and raised on a dairy farm in Western Skagit Coun…