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June 1, 1998
Locke launches program to bring more computers to Washington schools

June 1, 1998
Governor announces three of six new student regents

June 3, 1998
Locke announces appointments to Growth Management, Personnel Appeals and Pollution Control boards

June 4, 1998
Locke names Schwab, Lara to Yakima County Superior Court bench

June 4, 1998
Gov. Locke launches Commission on Early Learning

June 5, 1998
Locke announces appointments to boards and commissions

June 8, 1998
State to sue federal government over lack of Hanford cleanup

June 15, 1998
Reading Corps grants on the way to many elementary schools

June 16, 1998
Locke appoints Appelwick to Court of Appeals, Lum to King County Superior Court

June 17, 1998
Locke appoints directors for SIRTI

June 18, 1998
Locke requests federal disaster aid for Kelso neighborhood hit by landslide

June 18, 1998
Locke requests federal disaster aid for flooding in two northeast Washington counties

June 19, 1998
Governor announces three student trustees

June 19, 1998
Governor to host forum on rural economic development

June 25, 1998
Locke names Yakima 'Capital for a Day'

June 25, 1998
Locke appointments include members of new freight board

June 26, 1998
Kalispel Tribe approved to establish gaming in Airway Heights

June 26, 1998
Salmon agreement stresses conservation

June 26, 1998
Washington awarded $22.7 million welfare-to-work grant for WorkFirst

June 26, 1998
Locke appoints Brosey to Lewis County Superior Court

June 29, 1998
Locke, Bergeson name Youth Safety Summit advisors

June 30, 1998
Federal grant to aid 875 displaced timber workers

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