Lola Hope, 8, left, and Olivia Lamond, 8, work at their virtual learning stations during Laura Knoesel's second grade class at Paxton Keeley Elementary School on March 25, 2021 at the Lamonds' home in Columbia. Colleen Lamond is keeping her children in virtual classes for the remainder of the semester to maintain their routines. "Classes are at capacity, really," Lamond said. "If we wanted them to go back, they can't guarantee that they are getting our home school. So I could be driving to Rock Bridge Elementary every day."

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Norma Jo Lambert, left, points out her brother as Carol Barnett and Carla Pederson view the yearbook slideshow. The friends met each other when they were three years old in Sunday school and attended the church between the 1950s and 1980s. "We haven't bee

Norma Jo Lambert, left, points out her brother as Carol Barnett and Carla Pederson view the yearbook slideshow during Clearbrook's final Sunday service on JJan 22, 2023. Barnett and Pederson met when they were 3 years old in Sunday school and attended the church between the 1950s and 1980s. "We haven't been able to make other friends," Pederson joked.

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Jessica Ehlers' eyes water as she sings the final hymn of the service. Ehlers has been attending Clearbrook since she was three years old and has been the liturgist on-and-off for the past ten years when she visits her parents. Ehler's mother and father a

Jessica Ehlers cries as she sings the sending hymn, "How Great Thou Art," during the final service at Clearbrook Lutheran Church, which concluded 120 years of Christian ministry for the farming community outside Lynden, WA on Jan. 22, 2023. Ehlers started attending Clearbrook at three years old. She had been the liturgist on-and-off for the past ten years when she visited her parents who were two of the five remaining parishioners.

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Jauvonya Cole smiles as she photographs Battle High School senior DeHajnae West on Saturday April 24, 2021 at Shelter Gardens. "I'm excited," Cole said. "She's my baby cousin. I'm proud!"

Jauvonya Cole smiles as she photographs Battle High School senior DeHajnae West on Saturday April 24, 2021 at Shelter Gardens. "I'm excited," Cole said. "She's my baby cousin. I'm proud!"

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Margaret McKay shows off her character, a 5' 6" half-elf monk named Haunter during an adventure led by Dungeon Master Ben Decker at D&Tea in Bellingham, Washington on Friday, Jan., 13, 2023 (Trenton Almgren-Davis/CascadiaDailyNews).

Margaret McKay shows off her Dungeons & Dragons character, a 5' 6" half-elf monk named Haunter, during an adventure led by Dungeon Master Ben Decker at the grand opening of D&Tea in Bellingham, Washington on Friday, Jan. 13, 2023.

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks during the primary race on March 9, 2020 at the Stifel Theatre in St. Louis, Mo.

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William Worden, 10, tours the Whatcomics Bus at Lynden Library in Lynden, Washington on Saturday, Jan., 14, 2023 (Trenton Almgren-Davis/CascadiaDailyNews). "It is really cool," William said. "I like seeing a piece of everyone's brain."

William Worden, 10, tours the Whatcomics Bus at Lynden Library in Lynden, Washington on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2023. "It is really cool," William said. "I like seeing a piece of everyone's brain."

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William Berry of Rock Community Fire Protection District jumps into the Thunder River ride during the swift water refresher course on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021 at Six Flags in Eureka, Mo. The ride's rapids are caused by the water flowing over telephone pole

William Berry of Rock Community Fire Protection District jumps into the Thunder River ride during the swift water refresher course at Six Flags in Eureka, Mo on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021.  The ride's rapids are caused by the water flowing over telephone poles. William Berry of Rock Community Fire Protection District jumps into the Thunder River ride during the swift water refresher course on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021 at Six Flags in Eureka, Mo. The ride's rapids are caused by the water flowing over telephone poles.

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Battle High School seniors Jordan Mayes, left, and Alyssa Simmons in their masks and gowns walk into the entrance to the MU Health Care Pavilion on Saturday April 24, 2021. "We are just very happy that they are getting to have a prom in person because we
Battle High School seniors Jordan Mayes, left, and Alyssa Simmons in their masks and gowns walk into the entrance to the MU Health Care Pavilion on Saturday April 24, 2021. "We are just very happy that they are getting to have a prom in person because we weren't very sure," said Mayes' mother, Latisha Mayes.
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