NYT Politics

Senate Dismisses First of Two Impeachment Charges Against Mayorkas
Author: Luke Broadwater
Democrats moved quickly to sweep aside the article of impeachment accusing the homeland security secretary of refusing to enforce immigration laws, calling it unconstitutional.
Biden, in Pennsylvania, speaks to the United Steelworkers.
Author: Chris Cameron
Boeing Whistle-Blower Details His Concerns to Congressional Panel
Author: Mark Walker
Sam Salehpour, an engineer at Boeing for over a decade, testified that the company introduced production shortcuts in an attempt to address bottlenecks.
Biden Weighs in on Caitlin Clark Salary Debate After WNBA Draft
Author: Neil Vigdor
President Biden’s remarks on the issue came shortly after Caitlin Clark, the University of Iowa basketball star, was selected first in the W.N.B.A. draft.

The Chronicle - Centralia

In loving memory of Ted D. Kohler: Oct. 10, 1942 - March 23, 2024

Ted Kohler, of Napavine, Washington, passed away at home with his family by his side. Ted was married to Jeanne in 1961 and she survives him at home. He worked for the Napavine School District for 30 years before he retired. 

Ted’s family was the most important thing to him. If he wasn't with them, you could probably find him on the golf course. He loved golfing! 

He was preceded in death by his parents, Tom and Nola Kohler, of Sandpoint, Idaho; his son, Randy Kohler; and his brother, Ron Kohler 

He is survived by his wife, Jeanne; son, Tom Kohler; daughter, Mary (Roy) Feist; son, Brian Kohler; daughter, Brenda Kohler-Deach; daughter, Anna Kohler; brother, Harvey Kohler; grandchildren, Cassie and Coulson Kohler, Jason (Missy) Styger, Rob Styger, Sara (Jake) Heinricher, Stephanie (Grayson) Kershaw, Mallory (Ryan) Rakoz, Jenessa Moon, Bradley (Savannah) Kohler and Miranda Kohler-Deach; great-grandchildren, Sydney and Sadie Styger, Dylan and Ava Styger, Ky, Hudson, Sophie and Hayes Heinricher, Collins Kershaw, Hannah and Ben Rakoz, Brock and Lauren Moon, and Carter and Chandler Kohler. 

Ted will be greatly missed.

Washington State News

2024 NFL Draft: Top needs for all 32 teams
(Photo credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports) Knowing the difference between wants and needs can be a life skill. We're about to find out where 32 NFL general managers rate in this category. The 2024 NFL Draft kicks off April 25 and there are schools of thought in every front office as to whether the best player available -- generally defended as the primary default setting for the draft -- or best fit for a specifi

Columbian Newspaper

Evergreen schools Superintendent John Boyd will retire as of June 30
Author: Griffin Reilly

Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent John Boyd announced Wednesday he will retire from his position effective June 30.


Columbia University’s president rebuts claims she has allowed school to become a hotbed of hatred
Author: ANNIE MA and COLLIN BINKLEY, Associated Press

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — Four months after a contentious congressional hearing led to the resignations of two Ivy League presidents, Columbia University’s president appeared before the same committee on Wednesday and unequivocally denounced antisemitism on her campus, rebutting claims that she has allowed Columbia to become a hotbed of hatred.


Prineville man shot multiple times by Clark County sheriff’s deputies in Salmon Creek, says medical examiner
Author: Becca Robbins

The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office identified a Central Oregon man as the person fatally shot by Clark County sheriff’s deputies Saturday in Salmon Creek.


Seattle Times Opinion

Brown v. Board of Education at 70
Author: Beau Breslin

Seven decades have passed since the landmark ruling and America still has a race problem.