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LEGAL NOTICES

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The 2021 legislative session began Monday. During opening ceremonies, only legislators and a handful of staff were allowed in the chambers because of COVID-19. It was hard not seeing families in the wings and constituents in the gallery like we saw in years past.

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Throughout the past year, I have written a lot about how I have witnessed Central Washington come together in times of crisis. The challenges of a global pandemic are certainly unprecedented, but individuals, families, healthcare providers, and local businesses have stepped up to the plate to provide support for our communities.

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As we enter the tenth month of the COVID-19 crisis, I find myself looking forward to this Christmas season. Festivities and celebrations will undoubtedly look different, and some traditions and customary gatherings may not be feasible this year – but holiday spirit is just as important as ever.

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Students and teachers have been affected the most due to the pandemic – most students find distance learning ineffective and rather stressful since they do not receive clear instructions from teachers and many students do not participate in class.

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Mental health is important because it shows a person’s psychological and emotional well-being and especially during this COVID-19 pandemic, not only adults need a mentality check but children as well.

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March 13, 2020 is a date every student will remember forever — on this day, the districts all around the world closed their schools due to the deadly virus spreading rapidly that is known as COVID-19.

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The Granger Spartan football team has begun holding practices for the 2020-2021 season — after missing the first two months of what would have been the regular season, the Spartans are starting at square one.

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From turkey and mashed potatoes to parades and football games, there are many family traditions that signify Thanksgiving, but none are as important as the opportunity to reflect on all we have to be grateful for and give thanks.

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On November 11, we celebrated Veterans Day to honor the men and women who have served our nation in the Armed Forces. Though this annual day of remembrance and appreciation is an important tribute, the sacrifices our veterans have made in service to their country cannot ever be adequately repaid – certainly not in a singular day. I encourage the people of Central Washington to join me in making the mission of Veterans Day a daily and ongoing practice.

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