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Using underwear to examine women’s history

Do you have one of grandma’s girdles laying around somewhere, or your great-aunt Betty’s bustle? The White River Valley Museum is putting out the call for all sorts fashion items and accessories to be displayed in their upcoming exhibit, “Suffer for Beauty: Women’s History Revealed by Undergarments.”

Painting a different picture of battling addiction

Local painting company teaches recovering addicts trade skills; in turn, recoverees gave back to Battlefield Addiction, a local non-profit support group for the families of addicts.

Resisting the ‘alt-right’ rise | OUR CORNER

“Before we even get into this, I need to say that I loathe the term ‘alt-right.’”

Exchange program brings cultural understanding

Across Washington, high school seniors are celebrating their graduation while other students are getting pumped for summer vacation. But around the world, some students are… Continue reading

The Surrogates: Life, only better? | POINT OF REVIEW

“Is living through a surrogate still living? Is living through a surrogate still human?”

Put a ring on it the way you want to | OUR CORNER

“It’s your wedding, and no one else’s.”

Sometimes an answer is very simple | OUR CORNER

“Lift the gag. Save lives. Sometimes the answer really is that simple.”

Bad call, Buzzfeed | OUR CORNER

“What Buzzfeed did may have helped American journalism as an institution inch closer to its demise.”

Body of missing firefighter found

Ken Ward’s body was found near Wildhorse Monument near George, Wash. Oct. 22.

Body of missing firefighter found near George, Wash.

Ken Ward, 43, of Renton was missing since Oct. 15.

Body of missing firefighter found near George, Wash.

Ken Ward, 43, of Renton was missing since Oct. 15.

Talking about transgender issues | OUR CORNER

It's looking like Washington's new bathroom laws are staying in place, for now.

Talking about transgender issues | OUR CORNER

It's looking like Washington's new bathroom laws are staying in place, for now.

Chicken pox vaccine requirement goes into effect this fall

Students are not required to be vaccinated if they already had two doses of the vaccine, have had chickenpox in the past, or have had a blood test showing they are immune.