9/7: Labor Day

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STATE Red Flag Warnings indicating critical fire conditions have been issued from Monday morning to Wednesday evening along the Cascade range and the Cascade foothills even below 1,500 feet, and for the eastern slopes of the Olympic Mountains, the Black Hills and the lowland areas of the central coast and southwestern Washington. Road closures across […]

9/4: Wildlife Awareness Day

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FEDERAL There are only 26 days left to fill out the 2020 Census, which helps determine how federal funds and representation are allocated to our community. Fill out your form online using your phone, tablet, or computer at my2020census.gov or call 1-844-330-2020 to complete over the phone STATE The state Department of Health has provided […]

9/2: Sean Duncan, On Wellbeing

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Sean Duncan discusses how he’s maintained social connection without the crutch of social media, and how he’s incorporated the science of wellbeing into his a world without open mics, gyms, clubs, and more. Interview begins at .

8/31: Guilded Lilly, Caboose-Shaking Music Makers

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Nancy, Rob, and KC of the bluesy-funk-rock band Guilded Lilly share their musical journeys, the story of their name, and messages of musical merriment.  Interview begins at .

8/28: Friday Update

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STATE The state has updated guidelines for counties that remain in modified phase 1. outdoor group fitness classes with five or fewer people are allowed indoor religious services can be held at 25% capacity or 50 people (whichever is less) social gatherings with 5 or fewer people outside the household per week Professional services can […]

8/24: Mark Monlux, Wish I were here

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Mark Monlux updates us on how the CLAW Artists’ Guild and other artist collectives have adapted to virtual meetings, lessons, and group drawing sessions. Interview begins at .

8/21: Hilltop Business Crawl with Hilltop Action Coalition

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Kristine Coman and Alyssa Torrez from the Hilltop Action Coalition brief us on this weekend’s Hilltop Business Crawl, explaining how to get our neighborhood passport for the chance to earn prizes while safely patronizing our local establishments. STATE The governor has updated requirements and guidance for several sectors: All customers are now required to wear […]

8/19: Wednesday Update

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No interview today, just updates!

8/17: Roxanne Miles, Meet Me In The Park

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Roxanne Miles explains how Pierce County Parks and MetroParks Tacoma are facilitating safe, outdoor social programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the “Meet Me In The Park” program. Interview begins at

8/14: Michele Cardineaux, Puget Sound Explorers

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Michele Cardineaux of the Tacoma Nature Center introduces us to gamified environmental awareness and stewardship through the Puget Sound Explorers Agents of Discovery program! Interview begins at .