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Top divorce lawyers Philip C...There are many tax issues that arise in the context of divorce. A professional working in this industry should always ask themselves, "are you confident in your knowledge of relevant tax law affecting each of your
Ever since E&J Gallo purchased one of Washington's oldest and most revered wineries, consumers and industry insiders have been curious what would become of it. Now, we are starting to get a glimpse at the new Columbia Winery...For the 2012 wines
For Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier, this trip to the Sugar Bowl is a homecoming of sorts. Nussmeier spent four seasons playing quarterback for the New Orleans Saints (1994-97) and was excited to return. "New Orleans is a special city
Seferian-Jenkins, Washington's all-time leader for career receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches by a tight end, finished his junior campaign with 36 receptions for 450 yards and a team-high eight touchdowns. The 6-foot-7 Seattle-area
The volunteer services at Glide Memorial Church appeared enlightening...But now, after a week of activities and a few weeks of consternation over a coaching change, the Washington Huskies are about to play another football game, their last this
The state has passed tax incentives for Boeing that no other can match. And in existing infrastructure, Everett has just about everything on the wish list Boeing sent out to states nationwide that want to build its 777X jet. According to most
A blog looking at the changing face of race around our region, created in cooperation with Pacific Science Center, the University of Washington Department of Communication and the City of Seattle Race and Justice Initiative December 22, 2013 at 6:30
Elrod said she is about to try working toward a different degree at a different school offering online classes, Southern New Hampshire University, which she said is more structured. The school is also doing work with competency-based education.
Join the informed writers of The Times' editorial board in lively discussions at our blog, Opinion Northwest...A new movement is building traction among colleges across the nation: withdrawing endowment investments from major fossil-fuel companies...
A new state audit has found Washington university credit cards were used to make more than $225,000 in purchases not allowed by state policies...And the majority were made by people associated with the University of Washington. The audit released