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As grocery store workers in King County, we experience the hard, cold realities of the COVID-19 pandemic every single day. And despite the fact that… Continue reading
By Dr. Adam Rothenberg Special to the Reporter According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, from 2013–2015, an estimated 54.4 million U.S. adults… Continue reading
Wearing a mask saves lives and saves jobs. And all across the state, Washington employers are leading by example in the fight to stop the… Continue reading
Don’t bully schools into reopening. Protect our students.
With a resurgence threatening, we need to take greater responsibility to keep the virus in check.
“Don’t make me come down there.” — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, in a tweet Saturday, after viewing video of New York City residents squeezing… Continue reading
When enjoying the great outdoors, continue to socially distance and be aware of how else COVID-19 has changed our world.
How can we, as neighbors, help each other?
Here are some ways to minimize your carbon footprint and protect the planet amid the pandemic.
KCLS has expanding its online resources so patrons can continue to learn, build skills, stay entertained and remain mentally and physically active amid the pandemic.
LWTech president Dr. Amy Morrison reflects on how the COVID-19 outbreak has brought the community together.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, Asians and Asian Americans have been targeted. Here’s what’s been happening on the Eastside.
Recognizing the sacrifices of our unsung essential workforce.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, it is important for us to be there for others in our communities.
By Patrick Grubb, Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Governor Jay Inslee has been forceful in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic because our state is the nation’s hotbed… Continue reading
Library will host short film festival on March 20.
A problem has occurred recently that I would like to address. On Feb. 28, there was a person who had attended our school’s science fair/art… Continue reading
While we may work out, run, walk or bicycle to exercise and stay “fit,” exercising our brain is a bit more complex.
As coronavirus has led to xenophobia and racism against Asians, we should all stop and think before acting on our biases.
We need the governor here to know we’re a priority, not in Olympia or on cable news channels.