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Millennium water quality permit denial upheld

In another setback to the proposed Longview coal project, a state board Wednesday upheld the denial of a key water quality permit for the Millennium Bulk Terminals project.


Idaho environmental group appeals BNSF bridge permit

An environmental group is appealing an Idaho Department of Lands encroachment permit granted for a BNSF Railway Co. bridge.


Permit sought for Dayton-area pot grow

What could be Columbia County’s first cannabis growing operation is scheduled for a public hearing next week.


Washington governor rejects permit for oil-by-rail terminal

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday rejected a permit for a massive oil-by-rail terminal proposed along the Columbia River, saying the risks and impacts outweighed the need for and potential …


Pitts Jr.: High bar for death to be believed

“Why,” she asked, “must black death be broadcast and consumed to be believed, and what is it beyond spectacle if it cannot be used to obtain justice?”


Group proposing retreat for kids with cancer to appeal after permit denied

A nonprofit group says it plans to appeal after it was denied a permit to build a retreat for children with cancer in central Idaho.


Proposed Kalama methanol plant gets preliminary air permit

A $1 billion methanol plant proposed for the Port of Kalama in southwest Washington has received a key preliminary permit from air-quality regulators.


County Oks Antique Store In Barn

In/Around Trentwood A woman can continue to operate an antique store in her barn despite a neighbor’s complaints. Spokane County officials granted Penny Simonson a conditional use permit for a …