Vancouver looks to delay permits for pot sales

Vancouver looks to delay permits for pot sales Public hearing on the issue set for next month Associated Press files The Vancouver City Council will have a public hearing, 7 p.m. Sept. 16 at City Hall, on a temporary moratorium that would prohibit would-be sellers from applying for a city land-use permit until after June… Read more »

Pizza chain raises dough for teen

Pizza chain raises dough for teen Battle Grounds Justin Carey was hit by car, lost leg Photo by Steven Lane Justin Carey, 16, center, holds hands with girlfriend Lexi Davisson, 14, on July 8 at Peace Health Southwest Medical Center. He has since been released. By Patty Hastings Columbian staff writer Wednesday, July 24, 2013… Read more »

Health Care Law

Many Clark County employers already comply with health care law Experts at forum help businesses get grasp of new rules By Aaron Corvin Columbian Staff Reporter Thursday, July 18, 2013 Memo to Clark County employers worrying about facing penalties under federal health care reform: YouÕre likely already in compliance with the law, but if youÕre… Read more »

Baby left in car

Officer breaks car window to rescue baby By Associated Press Thursday, July 25, 2013 ISSAQUAH – A King County sheriffs spokeswoman says an officer smashed a car window to rescue a 3-month-old boy who had been left inside the hot vehicle parked in the east Seattle suburb of Issaquah. Sheriffs spokeswoman Sgt. Cindi West says… Read more »

Washington to Release Marijuana Rules Soon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10,2013 Liquor Control Board announces specific dates for issuing draft recreational marijuana rules Timeline adjusted to account for last-minute public input OLYMPIA- The Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) today issued dates for filing its recreational marijuana draft rules. The current timeline does not list specific dates. Instead, it notes milestones… Read more »