Stacy and Kelsey Marshall and their son Elliot Marshall, from Bainbridge Island, visit the rock sculpture they commissioned at Boss Construction in Ferndale on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016. When artist Andre Pomeroy of Marblemount finishes in about a month, the sculpture of two sea lions and their pups will be place in a park for special needs children on Bainbridge. The sculpture is being made in honor of the Marshall's son Owen, who died from cerebral palsy at age 6.
David Fry, the final occupier of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge in rural Oregon, turned himself over to federal authorities on Thursday, Feb. 11. As federal agents surrounded the refuge, audio from the final hours of the standoff was captured on a YouTube live broadcast. After three others turned themselves in, Fry ultimately surrendered peacefully, ending the occupation that began on January 2.
Feminist icons Gloria Steinem and former Secretary of State Madeline Albright attacked young women for not supporting Hillary Clinton's candidacy this week -- with Steinem specifically saying young female voters are just following the boys. McClatchy political editor Steve "Buzz" Thomma explains what the exasperation shows about the Clinton campaign and what it means for her candidacy.
Wade King Elementary School's annual Chinese New Year celebration, Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in Bellingham. Students sang traditional Chinese songs and played instruments while two dragons paraded through the audience.