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* Yelm police arrest high speed chase suspect,
* Bill honoring Billy Frank Jr. with DC statue goes to Inslee,
* Looking for spring break staycation ideas? Mount Rainier!

“Tribal activist Billy Frank Jr. of the Nisqually tribe, pumps his fist as the Washington State Historical Court overturned the murder conviction of Chief Leschi, a Nisqually leader who was hanged in 1858 for the killing a United States soldier. At right is Chief Leschi descendant Cynthia Iyall, who helped petition Supreme Court Chief Justice Gerry Alexander to hear the case. Credit: Tony Overman, The Olympian.

+ The Olympian: Yelm police arrest man after high speed chase Monday morning

+ The News Tribune (Tacoma): Bill to honor Billy Frank Jr. with statue in DC heads to Gov. Inslee’s desk

+ The Olympian: Volunteers needed for Thurston County vaccination clinics through April 12

+ Nisqually River Council: Read The Nisqually Watershed Stewardship Plan, Third Update – 2020

+ The Olympian: Looking for staycation ideas for spring break? Mount Rainier has some suggestions

+ South Sound Business: Study: Washington Among Best States for Remote Job Seekers

+ Thurston Talk: Bryce Cerkowniak, Yelm High School’s Best Cross Country Runner, Heading to Gonzaga


McClatchy News: Do you need all those disinfectant wipes? CDC issues new COVID cleaning guidelines

Politico: Republicans want to make ‘woke’ corporations pay — literally “The party of big business is increasingly at odds with it. The question is: Are these isolated incidents or the beginnings of a seismic shift?”

CNBC: Deepak Chopra: ‘We’re heading for a global disaster’ unless people address their total well-being

Politico: Dems can use unprecedented move for an extra filibuster-proof bill, Schumer aide says

NBC News: Culture wars strain once unshakeable bond between Republicans, corporate America

The Washington Post: A QAnon revelation suggests the truth of Q’s identity was right there all along


U. S. Constitution Scholar Laurence H. Tribe: A no-frills lawsuit filed by two Capitol Police officers holds the greatest promise of making Trump pay for directing the violent mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6.

The Washington Post: How vaccines meant for a poor neighborhood might have ended up at Chicago’s Trump Tower

NBC News: ‘The 45th’: Why Trump is abandoning his iconic brand for a number – A man who spent a lifetime putting his name on things is rebranding himself as a number, and marketing experts are intrigued.

Business Insider: Trump’s Mar-a-Lago charged Secret Service almost $16,000 for $396 hotel rooms during presidential Christmas trip

Newsweek: Trump Campaign Donors Say Campaign Tricked Them Into Repeat Contributions

Media-ite: Fox’s Top Lawyer ‘Regularly’ Derides Trump in Private, NYT Reports

HuffPost: ‘I Fed Him To The People’: Trump Fan Indicted For Dragging Cop Into Capitol Mob By The Neck

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