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* Harbor Freight Tools to open Yelm location,
* Microsoft says it warned Bill Gates about flirting in 2008,
* Preserving your garden’s bounty is even more important!

Autumn is canning and food storage time.
With supply chain issues, putting up your own garden’s bounty is now even more important.
Credit: The New Yorker Magazine, via etsy

*** REGIONAL NEWS FROM MONDAY ***

+ Harbor Freight Tools: A new Yelm location is coming to the Nisqually Plaza, adjacent the Dollar Store

+ JOLT News: Thurston County to move general departments to Pacific Avenue

+ Thurston County Auditor: Voter Registration Deadlines for the November 2 General Election

+ South Sound Business: PSE Grants Evergreen State College $1.3M for Energy Efficiency Upgrades

+ The Olympian: After slow start, Thurston County rent relief dollars now flowing to those in need

+ The Olympian: Thurston County may get high speed internet thanks to Nisqually tribe – The tribe has operated its own fiber-optic construction service company over the last four years.

+ McClatchy News: Roadside debris is more than litter in Washington state, it’s deadly

+ KING-5 TV: At-home nurses contracted by Washington state do not have to get COVID-19 vaccine

+ McClatchy News: Microsoft says it warned Bill Gates about flirting in 2008

*** NATIONAL NEWS FROM MONDAY ***

Daily Kos: Pope Francis calls on powerful institutions to make structural changes to better serve humanity

Reuters: Biden administration moves to curtail toxic ‘forever chemicals’

Daily Kos: The ‘QAnon’ movement is struggling to hide its antisemitic, neo-Nazi roots

MSNBC Opinion: Biden’s approval rating is falling, he’s got himself to blame – Biden has been strangely passive in reversing his polling spiral, in contrast to the boldness he first exhibited. [Ed note: I agree.]

Truthout: Biden Has Outpaced Trump’s Use of Title 42 to Expel Asylum Seekers

Freedom of the Press Foundation: Press freedom coalition calls for end to Assange prosecution, after shocking reporting on CIA misconduct

The Los Angeles Times: As Drought Worsens, California Farmers Are Being Paid Not to Grow Crops

The London Times: Hannah Pick-Goslar was childhood friends with Anne Frank in Amsterdam until the Frank family went into hiding in 1942. Now aged 92, she recalls their close bond and the moment when the two girls met one last time in Bergen-Belsen.

*** VIRUS NEWS FROM MONDAY ***

Associated Press: Lawsuits demand unproven ivermectin for COVID patients – Judges around the country are increasingly being asked to weigh in on … ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment

Reuters: US Pastors, Advocacy Groups Mobilize Against COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

Simon and Schuster: “Plandemic- The Book” is released today – The incredible true story of the most banned documentary in history. [over 1 billion views]

*** TRUMP NEWS FROM MONDAY ***

ABC News: Trump sues to block release of Jan. 6 records to Congress [Ed. note: He must have much to hide!]

TIME: Joe Biden May Let Congress Have More of Trump’s Jan. 6 Records. Here’s Why That Matters

The Washington Post: Trump questioned for four hours in lawsuit from protesters allegedly assaulted by his guards

NBC News: Trump officials who allegedly pilfered swag did more than embarrass the country

The Seattle Times: As Trump thunders about last election, Republicans worry about the next one

NBC’s Meet The Press: Evangelicals: ‘The Bible Belt Is Unbuckling’ – “Donald Trump was sent by God”

Posted by Steve on October 19, 2021 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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