Secure Rural Schools Program passes House

The renewal of a program that sent $369,996 to Grays Harbor County in 2013 to invest in schools and roads passed the U.S. House of Representatives Thursday and will be voted on by the Senate after a two-week legislative recess.



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Many accused of torture at Abu Ghraib have faced no consequences

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Photos of Iraqi prisoners tethered to dog leashes and electrical wires dominated the news when they emerged in 2003 and 2004. The abuse scandal centered at the Abu Ghraib prison outside Baghdad aroused bipartisan shock at home, and embarrassment abroad.

Picking up pieces left by trauma

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Never mind the little girl’s name. What’s important is that she was about 10 years old and all the doctors she had seen month after month had failed to ease her pain.

Hamlet in central New York is this winter’s snowiest spot in US

COPENHAGEN, N.Y. — Copenhagen, Denmark, has nothing on Copenhagen, N.Y., where a flier in the post office trumpets upcoming snowmobile drag races and the sound of an occasional “splat!” signals the plummet of an icy chunk from a weary roof onto Main Street.

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