A group of fourth grade civics students from the APP at Lincoln school in Seattle were treated to an unscheduled visit with the lieutenant governor in his office on March 5.
Lt. Governor Owen confers with Senate attorneys Jeannie Gorrell and Keith Buchholtz on a matter before the Senate on Feb. 10. (Legislature photo)
Lt. Governor Owen with members of the class of Senate pages during week six of the legislative session. >>
Lt. Governor Owen greets members of Mariachi Wenatchee following their performance in the Capitol rotunda on Feb. 10 (Washington Legislature photo)
Lt. Governor Owen has ruled that an amendment to Senate Bill 6220, a measure that would remove a 17 percent charge on the sale of spirits from certain retailers to restaurants is within the scope and object of
Nicole Piper, a 15-year-old student at Shelton High School, is serving as a Senate page for Lt. Governor Brad Owen this week. As a page Nicole runs errands for senators and their staff
The state Senate passed a resolution on Feb. 25 honoring former Democratic Majority Leader R. Ted Bottiger, who died Jan. 23 at the age of 81. Lt. Governor Owen had the honor of
Today, Lt. Governor Owen had the privilege of meeting retired U.S. Army Captain William Swenson, who is a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor. Captain Swenson was honored by Senate Resolution 8686, which