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* Next snow arrives Friday night,
* Supreme Court rejects petition to recall Sheriff Snaza,
* Lancet: 40 Percent of U.S. COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided!

Thurston County Sheriff John Snaza.
Credit: Steve Bloom, The Olympian


KING-5 TV: Next round of lowland snow aims for Puget Sound Friday evening

JOLT News: It’s snowing … here are weather-related changes

McClatchey News: State Supreme Court rejects petition to recall Thurston County Sheriff Snaza – ruling Snaza had discretion in how to enforce the COVID-19 mask mandate.

South Sound Business: Thurston County Announces New Relief For Food Workers

The Olympian: State Patrol seeks a second man who breached the Governor’s Mansion grounds Jan. 6 – is being investigated for third-degree assault.

Seattle Times: Inslee Touts Vaccine Progress and Defends Criticism From Democratic Lawmakers on His Reopening Plan

YakTriNews: Senator Maria Cantwell is officially chair of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation after 20 years of serving on the committee, and the first woman to ever hold the position!

Office of Rep. Marilyn Strickland (D-Tacoma): Announced serving on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the House Committee on Armed Services for the 117th Congress

Seattle Times: Fourth Washington state resident charged in U.S. Capitol breach

Delta News Hub: Delta named the World’s Most Admired Airline by Fortune Magazine for the 10th time [Sea-Tac’s 2nd largest airline]


The Olympian: 5 regions move to Phase 2, $87 million more in rental and business relief coming – Only the region that includes Tri Cities, Yakima and Walla Walla will be left in Phase 1.

Truthout: New Lancet Report: 40 Percent of U.S. COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided

McClatchey News: White House looks at domestic travel restrictions as COVID mutation surges in Florida

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