2020 Federal Report Ranks State of Washington in Top 10 Among Peace Corps’ Highest Volunteer-Producing States

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WASHINGTON – On Wednesday, Peace Corps announced that Wash. ranks in the top 10 of states with the highest number of Peace Corps volunteers. There are 271 volunteers from Seattle, Tacoma, Yakima, Pasco, Richland, Kennewick, Spokane and many other local Washington communities currently serving worldwide.  Nearly 10,000 Washington residents have served in the Peace Corps since the agency’s founding in 1961.

Weather Delays Opening for Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit at LC State’s Center for Arts & History

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Winter weather conditions have delayed the delivery of the Smithsonian traveling exhibit focusing on rural America, called “Crossroads: Change in Rural America,” forcing Lewis-Clark State College officials to postpone the opening celebration for a week.

Commission to Discuss Whale Entanglements, Willapa Bay and Puget Sound Salmon Management at January Meeting

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OLYMPIA – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider ways to reduce the risk of whale entanglements at its January meeting, as well as hear updates on forest restoration projects, Willapa Bay salmon policy, and a long-term plan for Puget Sound Chinook salmon management.

Buy Local: Lewiston RV

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“Buy local” what does that mean to you?  Online shopping seems to be the new way of the world.  Even when it comes to larger priced items like recreational vehicles, there is an excitement and convenience to having access to options up for sale over the country.   With the internet, there are so many options at your fingertips.  But, when you’re in a small community such as the Lewis Clark Valley, buying local is crucial to the community. Many local consumers don’t see the return like local business owners. 


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