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Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich says homeless encampment an ‘ongoing protest,’ seeks warrant to clear it in October

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 23, 2022

"It's not my responsibility to figure out how to fix your mess," Knezovich, who wrote a letter to the Washington Department of Transportation on Thursday announcing his intentions to break up Camp Hope by mid-October, said in an hourlong news conference Friday, addressing local and state agencies. "It is my responsibility to clean it up." 
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Yakama woman found stabbed to death in Seattle buried at Yakama Reservation; no arrests made

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 23, 2022

Sep. 23—A Yakama woman found stabbed to death in a wooded area on the University of Washington campus in June was buried near relatives on the Yakama Reservation on Thursday. Burial for Mavis "Boots" Kindness Nelson, 56, of Seattle took place at Black Wolf Cemetery outside Goldendale, where her mother, former tribal general council Mavis George "Tamaslut" Kindness, and other relatives are ...
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WA state trooper drives himself to Walla Walla hospital after being shot in face

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 23, 2022

Sep. 23—A Washington State Patrol trooper shot in the face while on duty in Walla Walla Thursday evening drove himself to the hospital before being airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, according to the Patrol. Trooper Dean Atkinson, a five-year veteran of the force, is in the intensive-care unit, a Harborview spokesperson said Friday morning. "This evening we were once again ...
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Residency program launches in Pullman

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 23, 2022

Sep. 23—PULLMAN — The goal of Pullman Regional Hospital's new Family Medical Residency program may be to train the next generation of rural doctors, but it's really about falling in love. That's the hope, anyway. The program is a partnership between PRH and Washington State University's Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. It will provide the final three years of training that recent medical ...

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