From the Chief Content Officer
We're living through an extraordinary moment. The first days of 2021 were defined by a rapid succession of enormously significant events: an insurrection, an impeachment and an inauguration. Locally, history was happening as well. The first shipments of vaccines were finding their way into more and more arms — in a process characterized by relief and joy, but also confusion and inequities. We marked the anniversary of the first Covid-19 cases in our community and the start of a surreal and dangerous year. Families prepared to send their children back to school, with both excitement and trepidation. And today, as our state pushes towards reopening, the race between vaccines and variants continues.
We'll remember the start of this year as one of enormous significance — both for our democracy and for our local community. As we navigate what's happened and what's yet to come, KUOW and NPR will be here for you with trusted, reliable information and context.
Today, I'm proud to share a look at KUOW's recent work and its impact. You make this work possible. Thank you for your support and your trust. We take neither for granted.
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