Anthony Baker, Jeremy Evans, West Valley discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
Today in the first trial of the college admissions scandal, where parents paid thousands to get their kids into USC. I'm Michel, France and ABC News. Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning once again 66 mostly sunny downtown. It's 9 31. Our top stories continue. In the coma. 24 7 news center. And among those stories, another Washington fire chief, warning that the governor's vaccine mandate may decimate his department. Almost Brian Calvert, with more chief Jeremy Evans heads up the West Valley Fire department in Yakima with this mandate. For example, here in West Valley, we would probably be short about 50% of our personnel. Why so many because his department is mostly volunteer. If a person has not been vaccine and which is their choice, I don't think losing your volunteer part time firefighting job is enough incentive to go out and vaccinated the governor's mandate. Non vaccinated firefighters can still go and fight flames. They just can't respond to medical emergencies. Chief, Evans says. Unfortunately, medical calls make up more than 75% of what they do so response. Time's will grow when time matters most, he says during the pandemic so far, not one of his crew members have caught the virus from a patient they were treating. Brian Calvert. Common use about 80 students and staff at comic and middle school in Kirkland are quarantining at home after two students tested positive for coronavirus. The Lake Washington School District says it's working on a plan in the next few days to offer more support to students learning at home. Dozens of people in column County showed up yesterday at the county courthouse during a commissioner's meeting again calling for the firing of health officer Dr Allison Barry. Almost Colleen Johnson. Public comment during yesterday's commission meeting took more than three hours with dozens of people, including Anthony Baker, calling for Dr Barry's ouster as health officer for Callum and Jefferson counties. They oppose her requiring proof of a covid 19 vaccine card to go inside a bar or restaurant that took effect last Saturday. Very is ambassador and The nation words and statistics, but she won't reveal the sources or statistics she uses. Where's the science? It seems more like tearing Peninsula Daily News reports. Clal, Um County currently.