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+ Thurston Talk: Teamwork Brings Yelm Community Garden to Life, With Veteran Support
+ City of Yelm: COVID-19 Victims and Survivors Memorial Day
+ The Olympian: Thurston, Providence announce clinic for those due for 2nd doses of COVID-19 vaccine – only open to those who got their first dose at the RAC on Feb. 6 and have scheduled an appointment.
+ Office of Gov. Jay Inslee: Inslee statement on Washington’s 5,000th COVID-related death
+ The Seattle Times: Judge orders release of prominent Auburn-area Proud Boy charged in Capitol siege case, pending his criminal trial
+ The Museum of Flight: Seattle’s Museum of Flight Reopens March 4. This week marks the 52nd anniversary of Concorde’s maiden flight March 2, 1969. Be sure to see Concorde at the Museum.
[Ed. note from the story: “Steve Klein, local blogger and former RSE executive who lost to Harding in the 2005 general election, wrote in an email that he doesn’t have plans to run for mayor, adding that he lives outside city limits and is therefore ineligible.”]
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Truthout: FBI Has Found No Evidence of Antifa Involvement in Capitol Attack [Jan 6], Says Director [contrary to Trump’s suggestion]
MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes: ‘Starting admission:’ GOP lawyer argues disqualifying votes helps Republicans – When asked by Justice Amy Coney Barrett why the Republican Party was involved in a case about restricting voting rights, a lawyer for the Arizona GOP made a startling admission.