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Boarded up against the storm-Seattle in pictures

A boarded up STT Sports Lettering Co. in Seattle’s Industrial District.  Governor Jay Inslee’s March 23rd, “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” proclamation ordered all “non-essential” businesses to close effective on March 25th, 2020. A taped off playground in Seattle’s upper Queen Anne neighborhood.  On March 12, 2020, Seattle Parks & Recreation…

Opinion: “We are deeply concerned” an open letter to Jay Inslee

Dear Governor Inslee, We are deeply concerned by the dangers the COVID-19 pandemic creates for our incarcerated population in Washington. We have already seen COVID-19s devastating impact on the residents at LifeCare. Our nursing homes house many of our older and often medically fragile community members and we recognize that…

Continuing Education classes remain on campus despite closures

Continuing Education classes on the Seattle Central Campus will finish out this week despite moving to mandatory on-line modalities for credited classes. Seattle Central offers a wide array of non-credit classes designed for working and older students. The classes are paid in full by the students and do not qualify…

COVID-19 and Seattle Central Updates

Responding to Gov. Inslee’s Stay at Home Order In compliance with Gov. Inslee’s Stay at Home order, Seattle Colleges is closed to the public and only operating essential services at physical locations until midnight April 6. Supervisors will contact employees needed to operate these services. Seattle Colleges will provide more…

Tobacco 21: What you need to know

As of January 1, 2020, it’s illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to purchase e-cigarettes, vapes, and tobacco products in the state of Washington. Engrossed House Bill 1074, sometimes known as “Tobacco [and Vapor] 21” or “Washington 21,” passed the House in February of 2019 with 66 votes…