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Cowlitz Co. deputies: Man arrested after assaulting officers and K9 during standoff

COWLITZ COUNTY, WA (KPTV) – The Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office says a man is behind bars after assaulting a SWAT team during an hours-long standoff. At about 10:10 a.m. Cowlitz Co. 911 got a call from a woman who said her husband had a knife, chased her in their home, and threatened to sacrifice “sacrifice her to God.” Deputies responded to the scene located in the 200 block of 46th Avenue in Longview and were able to get the woman to a safe location.
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'You've lifted the nation's head up' - Mum and dad's message to Peter Bol

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Diseases & Treatmentschiro-trust.org

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RIP David B. Fisher

David B. Fisher, 74, of Middletown, Rhode Island, passed away on August 1, 2021. He was the wife of Shirley (Calderwood) Fisher for 50 years. Born in Burlington, VT, David was the son of John and Stella Fisher. He grew up in Pittsfield, MA, and graduated from Wahconah Regional High School in Dalton, MA, in 1964. Upon graduation, David enlisted in the US Navy, and served aboard the USS Glennon for his entire enlistment. After his discharge from active duty, he married Shirley on August 22, 1970. After completing one year at the University of Massachusetts, he transferred to Wentworth Institute of Technology, graduating in 1973, with an Associate’s Degree in Engineering. David returned to work as a civilian employee for the government. From 1973-1987, he worked for NUSC(now NUWC). David transferred to Hughes Aircraft Company, and retired as a Hughes Legacy Raytheon employee in 2010. During his career, he traveled the world troubleshooting and solving problems for defense systems in aircraft, surface ships and submarines.
Kennewick, WAFOX 11 and 41

Diversity Celebration This Saturday Will Give Away Free Books For Children of Different Ages, Ethnicities, and Backgrounds

KENNEWICK, WA – Come and get your free books this Saturday, August 7th at Columbia Park 12-8pm. The event is called the Celebration of Diversity Community and Culture organized by the Tri-Cities Diversity and Inclusion Council. Non-profit organization Luchadores Por Cambio partnered with the Mid-Columbia Libraries are hosting the book giveaway for the purpose of incorporating books of diverse cultures for children’s reading collection.
NFLChannel 6000

Former Beaver Sean Mannion back in the Northwest as Seahawks QB

Seattle, WA (KOIN) — When veteran NFL quarterback Sean Mannion was choosing a team to sign with for training camp, the choice was easy. “I just felt like this was such a unique opportunity,” Mannion said before the second day of padded practice in Renton, WA. “Such a great franchise, such a successful franchise, get to play for Coach [Pete] Carroll…and on a personal level, being back in the Pacific Northwest and being close to my family.”
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Daily Mail

FIFO worker infectious with Covid for up to 16 DAYS in Perth visits three pubs, two medical centres, a Coles and Baker's Delight sending hundreds into isolation as WA braces for fifth lockdown

Hundreds of people have been plunged into quarantine after a fly-in fly-out worker visited 11 locations while infectious for up to 16 days. Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan said the worker tested positive to Covid after returning from the Fortescue Cloudbreak mine in the state's north-west on July 27. He...
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Where to Score the Best S’mores Treats in Seattle

It’s National S’mores Day! And we’re happy to report, you can celebrate with the kids, even if you’re not around the campfire in the middle of the forest We’ve got what you need to track down deliciously creative versions of this ooey-gooey treat right here in the city. From s’mores donuts to a molten cake, here’s where to get your s’mores fix today.
Nespelem, WAtribaltribune.com

Colville Tribes Files Lawsuit Against United States for Wildfire Damages

(Nespelem, WA)—The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation filed a lawsuit today against the United States seeking damages related to the massive wildfires that burned more than 240,000 acres on the Colville Reservation in 2015. The Tribes alleged that the United States failed to maintain adequate forest health, through measures such as prescribed burning, which led to fires of unprecedented size and intensity.
Lakewood, WAmsn.com

Search Begins For Missing JBLM Soldier

LAKEWOOD, WA — Joint Base Lewis-McChord and the 7th Infantry Division are sounding the alarm over a missing solider who disappeared earlier this week. According to the 7th Infantry, local and military authorities have been called to search for missing soldier Aaron Haakenson. Haakenson, 33, is a solider assigned to the 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division stationed at JBLM.
Los Angeles, CAmxdwn.com

Jeff Tweedy Is Getting Into The Substack Game with Starship Casual Newsletter

Today, Jeff Tweedy has announced his new newsletter, Starship Casual on Substack. Starship Casual was started as a way for him to share his best sellers How to Write One Song and Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back) that tell how he made new connections during the pandemic. It shares how Tweedy found himself sharing songs with friends, and the simple joy of making something and exchanging feedback gave them a sense of connection and community.
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