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Sarah Taylor, Staff Reporter

January 20, 2017

Filed under CWU, Local, News, Uncategorized

When attempting to understand current controversial topics or the politics of Washington State, TVW is your go-to news source. TVW encompasses a wide range of academic resources that can be reached everywhere in our state inst...

County Cannabis Post-Election

Jonathan Olsen-Koziol, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2016

Filed under Local, News, The EverGreen Scene

While the world is buzzing about President-elect Donald J. Trump, local elections also produced results worth discussion. The Kittitas County Commissioner election results were tallied and both seats had incumbent winners. Pa...

NY Times columnist visits CWU

McKenzie Lakey, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2016

Filed under CWU, Local, National/Worldwide, News, Showcase

Syrian refugees sit huddled together on the floor of an abandoned gym, the few belongings that remain from their previous life rest by their sides after travelling thousands of miles. They have escaped the brutal slaughter...

Medical weed comes back to Ellensburg shops

Jonathan Olsen-Koziol, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2016

Filed under Local, News, The EverGreen Scene

On July 1, Washington merged the recreational and medical marijuana markets. The merger focuses on regulating Washington’s unregulated collective.  As a result of the merger, State Governor Jay Inslee passed the Cannabis ...

President Gaudino and ASCWU condemn local KKK activities

Ray Payne, Senior News Reporter

October 6, 2016

Filed under CWU, Local, News, Showcase

The Ellensburg community has recently become concerned about the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) fliers that have been found throughout town. Tomorrow, Oct. 7, there will be a meeting at 12:30 p.m. in the SURC Pit to discuss forming a ...

Crackdown on vaping

Crackdown on vaping

October 6, 2016

The Weed Limit

Kyle Kuhn, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2016

Filed under Local, News, The EverGreen Scene

Almost four years after legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, Washington law enforcement continues to use blood tests to help determine a driver’s level of impairment in marijuana-related DUI cases, because it's all...

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