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City Of Seattle Surpasses 94% Of Employees Vaccinated With Over 99% Submitting Forms

More than 94% of City of Seattle employees are now vaccinated with less than 1% declining to submit verification or an exemption request.

Greater New Bethel Church Community Harvest Festival To Host 7th Annual Harvest Festival

Greater New Bethel Church Community will host their 7th Annual Harvest Festival on Sat., Oct. 23.

Mount Zion Women’s Ministry Fall Workshop Recap

Griffin provided an informative and transparent report on the effects of the pandemic on survivors of domestic violence in the Black community.

‘Please Get Vaccinated’

Doctors say the figure for pregnant Black women is alarming given they are more likely to die from pregnancy complications than any other demographic group. Health advocates believe the pandemic has the potential to worsen the Black maternal health crisis, especially if Black moms aren't getting immunized.

2022 Infiniti QX60

When it comes to the 2022 Infiniti QX60, it is not about horsepower, torque, or bulk. The three-row crossover is about understated refinement and elegance.

Choose Celebrity Over Humility If You Dare

In order to honestly accept the reality of faith, I believe we must become naked in those things that God expects and adores submission, selflessness, humility, reverence, charity, love and more. We all know the world to be a cruel place for people who demonstrate these qualities. The world can be lethal for those it views as submissive and passive and humble.

How To Crush Medical Debt: 5 Tips For Using Hospital Charity Care

What if a law passed but no one enforced it? That’s essentially what has happened with one small but helpful rule about hospitals and financial assistance for medical bills.

Covid Testing, Turnaround Times Are Still Uneven This Far Into Pandemic

While covid testing is much easier to come by than it was early in the pandemic, the ability to get a test — and timely results — can vary widely nationwide.

Lorraine B. Harris Senior Member Of Mount Zion Baptist Church

Mount Zion Women's Ministry Past President, Lorraine B. Harris, is excited about being able to return to church. She is, as always, dressed for the occasion.

U.S. Covid-19 Rates Are Declining, But Colder Weather Could Mean The Delta Wave Still Has Months To Go

This Delta variant could be the last major surge of the Covid-19 pandemic, but now is not the time for the U.S. to grow complacent as it has yet to run its course, an expert said Monday.

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Are The Seahawks At The End Of An Era?

Adults in Seattle talk about if they feel like the Seahawks are at the end of an era.

O’Dea Outlasts Garfield In Battle Of Metro League Heavyweights

As the clock continued to dwindle down, and Bulldogs’ ran out of timeouts the Fighting Irish would send their seniors off right with a 21-14 win.

Teacher Put On Leave For Video Of Her Imitating Native American Dance

Video that appears to be taken by a student in Riverside, California shows a teacher imitating a Native American dance to teach trigonometry.

Wild Weekend Full Of Heavy Rain And Snow For The West

An atmospheric river is generating a wild weekend full of heavy rain and snow for much of the West.

‘I’m Still Scared To Do Gymnastics’

Biles, 24, who has won seven Olympic medals, including four golds, battled mental health issues and the unexpected loss of a family member during the Summer Games.