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Holiday Memories

In reading Andrea Gardenhour’s Op-Ed “A Christmas tree in a Jewish Home?” [Dec. 5, Opinion], I reflected on my own childhood in Seattle. My mother loved the holidays. She grew up in a small town where they were the only Jewish family … Continue reading

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If I Were President…

“I would start by valuing education.” “If I were president, I would resign because y’all not about to stress me out and make my hair turn gray like Obama!”- Kalen Allen “If I were president, I would do my very … Continue reading

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Technology Divide

The headline caught my attention: Technology Divide Between Senior ‘Haves’ and ‘Have-Nots’ Roils Pandemic Response. I loved that Landmark plans to experiment with what he calls “facilitated telehealth,” which includes nonmedical staff members bringing devices to patients’ homes and managing … Continue reading

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The “Girl” Stays

 Boys Scouts of America dropped the “Boys” from their name, which allows them to open the door for girls and to be all inclusive. Good for them, some may say. I, however, love Megan Ferland’s, CEO of Western Washington Girl … Continue reading

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