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  1. Resurgent hate groups have long history in Washington state, Northwest

    O.seattletimes.com - Crime 08.19 / 15:57 o.seattletimes.com
    “We have long history of being a breeding ground for extremist groups and individuals,” says a spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has identified 21 hate groups in Washington sta…
  2. Resurgent hate groups have long history in Washington state, Northwest

    O.seattletimes.com - World 08.19 / 15:57 o.seattletimes.com
    “We have long history of being a breeding ground for extremist groups and individuals,” says a spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has identified 21 hate groups in Washington sta…
  3. SPUTNIK CONFIRMS: The London-Washington Axis of Evil Most Likely Supplied Syrian Rebels with Chemical Weapons

    Greanvillepost.com - U.S. 08.19 / 15:53 greanvillepost.com
    Previously, the US and EU leadership put the blame for the April chemical incident in Khan Shaykhun, Idlib, on the Syrian government presenting no credible evidence to confirm the claim. According to Bogatyrev, the spread of chemical weapons or toxic agents in Syria should be stopped, while the policy of “regime change” conducted by some geopolitical actors needs to be defined as “criminal.” “All the UN conventions on the prohibition of chemical weapons,READ ON…
  4. Morning Buzz: Packers ready to take on Washington

    Rounding up news and views on the Green Bay Packers from around the…
  5. Resurgent hate groups have long history in Washington state, Northwest

    Seattletimes.com-WA 08.19 / 15:10 seattletimes.com
    “We have long history of being a breeding ground for extremist groups and individuals,” says a spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, which has identified 21 hate groups in Washington sta…
  6. Cammon Cooper, Washington State QB pledge, throws for 599 yards, 10 TDs in wild high school victory

    OregonLive-Sports 08.19 / 15:06 oregonlive.com
    Cammon Cooper should fit into the Air Raid offense rather…
  7. C. Washington wildfires thwart campers, hikers, drivers

    Yakimaherald.com - Yakima 08.19 / 06:26 www.yakimaherald.com
    CLIFFDELL, Wash. -- Wildfires burning for the better part of a week in Central Washington have resulted in closures of forest service land ranging from Union Creek to Cle…
  8. Washington reacts to Steve Bannon's White House departure

    Mycentraloregon.com - Bend 08.19 / 05:51 mycentraloregon.com
    MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Lawmakers are reacting to the news that Steve Bannon, the embattled White House chief strategist, has resigned from his post. Bannon, a controversial figure in the Trump administration because of his tenure leading Continue Reading…
  9. Two Washington mayors call for removal of Confederate reminders

    Columbian.com - WA 08.19 / 05:49 columbian.com
    SEATTLE — Mayors in Seattle and Bellingham took action Friday toward removing statues, monuments and signs honoring Confederate soldiers and other leaders in the wake of the violent protests in Charlottesville, V…
  10. California routs Washington

    Blog.timesunion.com - All Sports 08.19 / 04:05 blog.timesunion.com
    Bobby Gray and Bryan Ramirez combined to pitch a one-hit shutout and Gray's twin brother, Joey Gray, hit a grand slam as California routed Washington 9-0 in the opening round of the Little League World Series on Friday. Andrew Hall got Washington's first hit of the game on a single off of Gray with one out in the sixth inning to break up the no-hitter. Ramirez came on in relief to get the final two outs and secure the shutout. Joey Gray drove in five of California's nine runs, while Drew…
  11. The O.T.: Jackson Academy 26, Washington School 7

    Wjtv.com - American football 08.19 / 04:00 wjtv.com
    JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Jackson Academy welcomed Washington School on Friday night to kick off its 2017 season. Click the video above for h…
  12. Protesters Strike A Confederate Monument In Southwest Washington

    Opb.org-OR 08.19 / 03:23 www.opb.org
    A Confederate monument in southwest Washington has been damaged. Vandals struck two stone markers near Ridgefield dedicated to Confederate leader Jefferson…
  13. VA governor still vowing to lure Washington’s NFL team with magic development-rights beans

    Fieldofschemes.com - American football 08.19 / 02:45 fieldofschemes.com
    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has been an unashamed booster of luring Washington’s NFL team to his state, mostly by shouting exuberantly a lot about how many players and fans already live there and promising to build a stadium with no … Continue reading…
  14. Confederate monuments defaced near Vancouver, Washington

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 08.19 / 01:51 myfoxspokane.com
    (AP) – Former highway markers honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis were defaced at a…
  15. Washington reacts to Steve Bannon’s White House departure

    Wimsradio.com - Indiana (IN) 08.19 / 01:04 wimsradio.com
    MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Lawmakers are reacting to the news that Steve Bannon, the embattled White House chief strategist, has resigned from his post. Bannon, a controversial figure in the Trump administration because of his tenure leading the conservative news outlet Breitbart, was facing calls to resign after violence erupted at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend. Despite accusations of being a white nationalist, Bannon has denied…
  16. Washington culvert case seen as Western water issue

    Capital Press - Ag Sectors 08.19 / 00:22 capitalpress.com
    Washington attorney general appeals culvert case to U.S. Supreme…
  17. Confederate monuments defaced near Vancouver, Washington

    Former highway markers honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis were defaced at a park named for Davis north of Vancouver, Washington. The Columbian reported Friday (https://goo.gl/pbZoBW ) one of the two … Click to Continue…
  18. DMV Workers Who Helped Officer Under Attack Recognized In Washington Twp.

    New Jersey DMW workers are recognized after they helped an officer under attack earlier this…
  19. Washington puts finishing touches on preschool plans

    Washington School officials are putting the finishing touches on their first foray into preschool education. The Washington School Board on Thursday night approved a formal policy for the operation of a preschool at Lena Dunn…
  20. Confederate monuments defaced near Vancouver, Washington

    SFgate.com-National 08.18 / 23:19 sfgate.com
    RIDGEFIELD, Wash. (AP) — Former highway markers honoring Confederate President Jefferson Davis were defaced at a park named for Davis north of Vancouver, Washington. The Columbian reported Friday (https://goo.gl/pbZoBW ) one of the two markers on private land near Ridgefield was covered with black tar or paint and the other was covered in a red substance. Jefferson Davis Park is maintained by the Sons of Confederate Veterans Pacific Northwest Division. It contains two markers for "…