Lindsay Nadrich, KGW News

Lindsay Nadrich

KGW News

Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Lindsay:

Price of beef could go up as Oregon cattle industry hit hard by pandemic

The price of beef could rise in Oregon and across the country. → Read More

Paycheck Protection Program's second round of funding released

With the backlog of applications from the first round, there was already a huge demand Monday and there were reports the site crashed within minutes of reopening. → Read More

128-year-old Hillsboro business awaits PPP funding to help them through pandemic

The owner of Gimre's Shoes applied for a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program, but the money ran out before he could get any financial help. → Read More

Hillsboro shoe store founded in 1982 awaits stimulus funding to help it through pandemic

The owner of Gimre's Shoes applied for a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program, but the money ran out before he could get any financial help. → Read More

Second round of funding for small business loans won't be enough, experts say

Small businesses are eagerly waiting for more funding. → Read More

Small businesses eagerly await passage of relief bill

The Paycheck Protection Program ran out of money last week. → Read More

Oregon Employment Department says 'restart claim issue' now resolved

KGW received multiple emails Sunday morning from people who said when they went to file their weekly claim, they were told they needed to restart their claim. → Read More

Federal money for small business loans runs out

The U.S. Small Business Administration processed 14 years' worth of loans in less than 14 days. → Read More

When should I get my stimulus money? Here's how to track your payment

Here's how to track your coronavirus stimulus check on the IRS website. → Read More

Oregon woman who recovered from coronavirus tested positive weeks after symptoms were gone

At the beginning of the pandemic, Rebecca and Kent Frasure were thrust into the news as they dealt with COVID-19 while on vacation in Japan. → Read More

How to find out when you'll get your stimulus check

The IRS plans to launch an online tool on April 17 called Get My Payment that will let you to check the status of your payment. → Read More

How the coronavirus pandemic is impacting the real estate market

The outbreak has presented challenges for showing homes to potential buyers. → Read More

When will Oregon's economy recover? It could take a year or more after pandemic ends

It could take more than a year once the COVID-19 pandemic is over for Oregon's economy to recover. → Read More

Where to find help if you're struggling to file for unemployment in Oregon

The Oregon Employment Department has a whole section devoted to COVID-19-related layoffs and closures. → Read More

3D printing community steps up to help with PPE shortage

People with 3D printers are doing their part to make protective equipment for health care workers. → Read More

Beaches, coastal cities empty as Oregon's stay-home order takes hold

After beaches were packed last weekend, this Sunday, Seaside was practically a ghost town and Cannon Beach was nearly empty. → Read More

Going to the grocery store? Practice social distancing

Several people reached out to KGW saying many people in the stores are not keeping their distance from others. → Read More

Oregon's stay-at-home order changes how day cares operate

Childcare facilities can stay open only if they limit the number of kids in a group to 10 and can keep those 10 kids separate from any other children. → Read More

Lack of social distancing results in Mayor of Warrenton issuing a state of emergency

The coast has limited healthcare resources and people who live there worry what could happen. → Read More

Warrenton mayor orders visitors to leave as crowds flock to Oregon coast

People have been asked to stay inside and practice social distancing due to the spread of COVID-19, but beaches and coastal towns have been packed all weekend. → Read More