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For the second year in a row, all official Labor Day picnics in Oregon and SW Washignton are cancelled due to the continuing pandemic.
The reality show celebrates hard-working men and women who aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty.
Washington state’s best (and only) news outlet dedicated to unions and working people, The Stand just turned 10.
A new Twitter account dedicated to sharing union logos has quickly developed a fan base in the union Twitter world.
Liz Nichols, a seven-year member of the Operative Plasterers and Cement Masons union, is one of 12 contestants on the show.
More than 60 union leaders, general contractors, public project owners, trade groups, and others took part in a Dec. 3 Safe From Hate summit.
The Cold Millions, by bestselling author Jess Walter, chronicles the Wobbly free speech fights of 1909 Spokane.
Portland-area construction unions, contractors and subcontractors will join an industry effort to make workplace culture more welcoming.
Working to Live in Southwest Washington will launch Sept. 5. The plan is to talk with local newsmakers about kitchen table issues.
A new web project showcases and connects more than four dozen labor podcasts and radio shows from around the nation.