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* Reminder: Turn your clocks back one hour tonight,
* SPSCC named in nation’s top 150 community colleges,
* Thurston’s home sales buck trend as regional sales slow!

A friendly reminder to turn your clocks back one hour prior to retiring tonight.
Photo credit: clock-waterboysh-flickr via KING-5.


+ Harbor Custom Development, Inc.: Gig Harbor-based occupancy announced the close on a 75 unit permitted site in Yelm for $3,325,000

+ JOLT News: SPSCC named one of the nation’s top 150 community colleges – This puts the school in the running to compete for the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.

+ The Olympian: Thurston County home sales buck trend as regional sales slow

+ Rep. Jamie Herrera Buetler (R-Vancouver District 3): Leading legislation in Congress to prohibit foreign contributions in state and local elections.

+ The Olympian: Gov. Inslee appoints Allyson Zipp as Thurston County Superior Court Judge to replace Erik Price

+ Experience Olympia & Beyond: Conducts Annual Meeting: “It’s a Wonderful Life in Thurston County” at Yelm Cinemas, Nov 18th

+ JOLT News: Intercity Transit looks into the possibility of a zero-emission fleet – Staff are recommending that the regional transit system consider adding hydrogen fuel cell buses.

+ Alaska Airlines: Alaska Airlines announced a milestone in Seattle with return of Miami nonstop – Route becomes the 100th nonstop destination from their home airport; this summer, both major airports in South Florida will be served by Alaska Air {includes current nonstop service to Ft. Lauderdale}

+ The Points Guy: Airlines Week Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes outgoing Seattle-based Alaska Air CEO Brad Tilden


American Red Cross: A friendly reminder to turn your clocks back one hour this Sunday, November 7 and take a moment to test your smoke alarms, too.

The Los Angeles Times via MSN: Study shows dramatic decline in effectiveness of all three COVID-19 vaccines over time

The Washington Post: Justice Department files lawsuit against Texas’s new voting restrictions

The New York Times: The F.B.I. searched places tied to Project Veritas, a conservative group, in an inquiry on the theft of a diary from President Biden’s daughter, Ashley. [text here]

CNBC: Pfizer CEO says Covid vaccines, boosters still needed to break disease cycle even with effective pills [Ed. note: As expected from Big Pharma, as a matter of course.]

Truthout: Right-Wingers Demand “Right” to Choose — But Only for Vaccines, Not Abortion

Common Dreams: Progressives Tell Biden: If You Want to Be Popular, Confront Corporate Greed

Daily Kos: Powerful new X-ray source shows amazing detail inside organs, including lung from a COVID death


The Hill: Jan. 6 panel weighs contempt after brief deposition with stonewalling former Trump DOJ official Clark

Daily Kos: Liz Cheney’s revelation on Jan. 6 committee interviewing 150-plus witnesses should terrify McCarthy

NBC News Poll: 50 percent of Republicans doubt their vote will be counted accurately – Just 22 percent of Republicans say President Biden was legitimately elected.

Daily Kos: Trump sank GOP trust in U.S. elections by more than 40 points

The Washington Post via The Seattle Times: Trump and Giuliani’s false election claims led to official having 2 heart attacks, lawsuit says

HuffPost via Yahoo!: Rudy Giuliani Says In Deposition He Didn’t Have ‘Time’ To Verify Election Fraud Claim

Posted by Steve on November 6, 2021 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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