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WA state farm bureau endorses Newhouse
WA state farm bureau endorses Newhouse (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)
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Despite Potato Commission Flap, State Farm Bureau Endorses Newhouse

It's rather ironic that virtually the same time the Washington State Executive Ethics Commission has fined the Executive Director of the State's Powerful Potato board,  the State Farm Bureau announced it's endorsing Dan Newhouse for Congress.

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First scandal surfaces in 4th District Campaign
First scandal surfaces in 4th District Campaign (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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Newhouse Campaign Official Fined for Violations By State Ethics Commission

The Washington State Executive Ethics board says there's "reasonable cause" behind allegations that the Grant County Chairman of the Dan Newhouse campaign, who is also the Executive Director of the Washington State Potato Commission,  committed ethics violations this summer.   The violations stem from using state potato commission resources to help the campaign.  And there's more.

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TV report says Hanford whistleblowers being retaliated against
TV report says Hanford whistleblowers being retaliated against (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)
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Report Says Hanford Management Retaliates Against Whistleblowers

A new investigative report suggests that Hanford workers who have brought to light what they believe are safety concerns are being targeted.

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What’s Your Favorite Scene in John Carpenter’s “The Thing”

My favorite horror movie, "The Thing," came out in 1982 the same day as "Blade Runner" and the same week as "E.T." -- so it's easy to see why it got lost in the shuffle. Today it's a cult classic. I've watched it a dozen times or more. For 1980s monster/alien gore, few films are better. What's your favorite scene?

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Should Granger Tear Down the Aging Dinosaurs? [POLL]

 

Granger, Washington, is northwest of Tri-Cities on the way to Yakima. It's a nice little town and if you don't remember it, it's the one with concrete dinosaurs! Everybody loves the little dinosaurs, but they're 20 years old this year and looking kind of ragged. Are they still endearing?

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