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TENINO — When Tenino senior Brieanna Dell received a text from girls soccer coach Kevin Schultz that read, “Congratulations” she was confused. It was the beginning of September and the team, which would normally be preparing for its season opener, was instead sidelined due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Carolina Mejia is the best person for County Commissioner, District 1, and her opponents know it.
We’re all under a cloud right now.
What we don’t know about populations of harbor seals and California sea lions in western Washington could be hurting salmon, orcas and other marine species — as well as fishing communities and economies — far more than we think.
When the coronavirus swept our state this year, Washingtonians got to work.
I think it’s interesting that Gary Edwards, Bud Blake and John Hutchings all run as independents in our county commissioner races because they don’t believe they can make it as Republicans in Thurston County.
Today, more than 185,000 Americans and 1,900 Washingtonians are dead from COVID-19. The 5.7 million Americans and 73,000 Washingtonians and 6 million Americans who have so far survived the virus will suffer consequences we cannot yet comprehend.