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Morning Press: Oil opposition, young candidates, Pepe, pantry, picnics

May 30, 2016, 6:16am Clark County News

In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories of the weekend: Read story

Colleges ramp up to fill IT demand

April 30, 2016, 8:59pm News

Four years after graduating from the University of Washington, Audra Linsenmayer began to realize that the job opportunities were few for someone who had majored in English and psychology, as… Read story

Lead elite runners in a 10K race held to kick off weekend ceremonies for the grand opening of the new State Route 520 floating bridge run in the eastbound lanes of the span across Lake Washington, Saturday, April 2, 2016 in Seattle. The structure will open to vehicular traffic later in the month. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Thousands turn out as Gov. Inslee cuts ribbon on 520 Bridge

Lead elite runners in a 10K race held to kick off weekend ceremonies for the grand opening of the new State Route 520 floating bridge run in the eastbound lanes of the span across Lake Washington, Saturday, April 2, 2016 in Seattle. The structure will open to vehicular traffic later in the month. (AP Photo/Ted S.

April 2, 2016, 5:28pm Latest News

SEATTLE -- Thousands of people turned out Saturday for festivities celebrating the opening of the new state Highway 520 floating bridge across Lake Washington -- so many that the state Department of Transportation declared the event "at capacity" and halted buses that had been expected to shuttle additional people to… Read story

Washington Auditor Troy Kelley walks into the federal courthouse for a June hearing on tax evasion charges he faces. Kelley, the first Washington state official indicted in more than three decades, faces a federal trial Monday with hopes of persuading a jury that the $1.4 million he's accused of stealing wasn't actually stolen.

Federal trial begins Monday for Washington state auditor

Washington Auditor Troy Kelley walks into the federal courthouse for a June hearing on tax evasion charges he faces. Kelley, the first Washington state official indicted in more than three decades, faces a federal trial Monday with hopes of persuading a jury that the $1.4 million he's accused of stealing wasn't actually stolen.

March 12, 2016, 1:57pm Northwest

Auditor Troy Kelley, the first Washington state official to be indicted in 35 years, faces a federal trial beginning Monday with hopes of convincing jurors that the $1.4 million he’s accused of stealing before he was in office wasn’t stolen at all. Read story

Kathleen Lincoln practices driving Dec. 24 as her sister Charity rides in the back seat on the country roads outside Harrisburg, Ore. Charity and Kathleen Lincoln spent their early years in the national spotlight. Conjoined at birth, intertwined through their abdomens and pelvises, the identical twins with curly, strawberry blonde locks hailed from Lacey and won America?s hearts on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 2000, when at just 7 months old, they underwent a complicated, nearly 30-hour separation surgery at Children?s Hospital in Seattle.

Once-conjoined twins increasingly independent

Kathleen Lincoln practices driving Dec. 24 as her sister Charity rides in the back seat on the country roads outside Harrisburg, Ore. Charity and Kathleen Lincoln spent their early years in the national spotlight. Conjoined at birth, intertwined through their abdomens and pelvises, the identical twins with curly, strawberry blonde locks hailed from Lacey and won America?s hearts on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 2000, when at just 7 months old, they underwent a complicated, nearly 30-hour separation surgery at Children?s Hospital in Seattle.

March 6, 2016, 6:00am Northwest

HARRISBURG, Ore. -- Charity and Kathleen Lincoln spent their early years in the national spotlight. Conjoined at birth, intertwined through their abdomens and pelvises, the identical twins with curly, strawberry blonde locks hailed from Lacey and won America's hearts on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, 2000, when at just 7… Read story

Mason County Sheriff&#039;s Chief Criminal Deputy Russ Osterhout looks down a road near the scene of a fatal shooting Friday near Belfair, about 25 miles southwest of Seattle.

Sheriff: 5 dead following Washington standoff

Mason County Sheriff&#039;s Chief Criminal Deputy Russ Osterhout looks down a road near the scene of a fatal shooting Friday near Belfair, about 25 miles southwest of Seattle.

February 26, 2016, 1:58pm Latest News

A gunman who killed four people at a home in Mason County called an officer he previously encountered to say he shot his family, leading to an hourslong standoff Friday that ended with his suicide, authorities said. Read story

In this Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016 photo, Erin McCleary, of Bozeman, Mont., explores an ice cave behind Grotto Falls on a cross-country ski trip to Hyalite Canyon in Bozeman, Mont.

Hyalite by headlamp: Evening ski to Grotto Falls a one-of-a-kind outing

In this Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016 photo, Erin McCleary, of Bozeman, Mont., explores an ice cave behind Grotto Falls on a cross-country ski trip to Hyalite Canyon in Bozeman, Mont.

February 20, 2016, 5:00am Northwest

By the time we’d packed our skis and hit the lonely stretch of South 19th Avenue out past Stucky Road, the sun had already dipped well below the horizon. The first stars were beginning to poke out from the jet-black sky. There was no sign of the moon. Read story

Steve Hawks looks out a window of his office at Northwest Senior &amp; Disability Services in Warrenton, Ore., this month. Hawks, an adult protective service worker through Northwest Senior &amp; Disability Services, is tasked with investigating elder abuse in Clatsop County.

Elder abuse: It could be your mom, dad, friend

Steve Hawks looks out a window of his office at Northwest Senior &amp; Disability Services in Warrenton, Ore., this month. Hawks, an adult protective service worker through Northwest Senior &amp; Disability Services, is tasked with investigating elder abuse in Clatsop County.

February 15, 2016, 5:30am Northwest

ASTORIA, Ore. -- An elderly woman with dementia in a Lake Oswego assisted-living facility had no idea her only living relative, a niece in Seaside, was stealing $350,000 from her. Read story

Patrick Conner plugs in his Nissan Leaf at a charging station at the public library in Hillsboro, Ore., in May 2015. West of the Cascades, it&#039;s not hard to find a place to give a battery a fill-up, but Avista says more stations in Eastern Washington, 45 of them in public sites, could be a big help in the state&#039;s goal to go from 12,000 electric vehicles to 50,000 by 2020.

Utility wants to build charging stations

Patrick Conner plugs in his Nissan Leaf at a charging station at the public library in Hillsboro, Ore., in May 2015. West of the Cascades, it&#039;s not hard to find a place to give a battery a fill-up, but Avista says more stations in Eastern Washington, 45 of them in public sites, could be a big help in the state&#039;s goal to go from 12,000 electric vehicles to 50,000 by 2020.

February 14, 2016, 8:49pm Northwest

SPOKANE (AP) -- A power company that wants to install 265 charging stations in Eastern Washington state is asking state regulators to approve a two-year pilot program that would expand electric vehicle use in the region. Read story

Leo Hennessy, from left, DeEtta Petersen and Bea Purchase snowshoe in late January toward the Banner Ridge yurt in Idaho City, Idaho.

Snowshoeing in Idaho back country provides stunning views

Leo Hennessy, from left, DeEtta Petersen and Bea Purchase snowshoe in late January toward the Banner Ridge yurt in Idaho City, Idaho.

February 13, 2016, 5:00am Northwest

NORTH OF IDAHO CITY, Idaho — It’s not long after you start snowshoeing that you wonder: Couldn’t I walk this trail in boots? Read story