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Tacoma school district employees upset over security test offering holiday discount

A recent security test has some Tacoma Public Schools employees upset. The employees received an email, which appeared to be…

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Recount upholds GOP win in contested Virginia House race

RICHMOND, Va. – A recount for a Virginia state House seat upheld the Republican candidate’s victory on Wednesday, cementing what…

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Policy ‘paralysis’ cripples U.S. response to China’s rise, longtime analyst warns

America may still be the world’s lone superpower, but it has lost its capacity to manage the challenge of a…

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King County omicron patient did not report recent travel, suggesting local spread

After it was announced that one case of the omicron variant had been identified in King County over the weekend,…

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Get to Know Portland Author Stacy Brewster

Stacy Brewster’s debut collection, What We Pick Up, is out now. Buckman Publishing Stacy Brewster’s debut collection, What We Pick…

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Omicron variant increases employee interest in remote work survey says

A new survey shows that 64% of U.S. wage earners are “more interested in working remotely” due to the omicron…

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Project aims to daylight ‘restrictive covenants’ on real estate in all Washington counties

So-called “restrictive covenants,” forbidding the sale or rental of real estate to people based on their race or ethnicity, were…

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Here’s What You Should Do This Week: Jingle Gayly, Run From SANTACON, Kick All the Way Back

NOW THRU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18: KITTEN N’ LOU PRESENT: JINGLE ALL THE GAY! AT ODDFELLOWS’ WEST HALL It’s the holiday…

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Progressive caucus backs four-day work week bill

The Congressional Progressive Caucus endorsed a 32-hour workweek bill that would give employees an extra day off.  The bloc, made…

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I, Anonymous: THX, Boomers!

Steven Weissman I learned about the phrase “OK, Boomer” just a year ago. It’s a colloquialism meant to disparage “Boomers”…

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