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    No longer alone: Lynnwood couple, 96 and 85, say it's never too late to wed
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    6 days in disaster zone: Firefighter finds Darrington has unshakable will
  • Super Kid: Spencer Graham
    Super Kid: Spencer Graham: He's thinking globally, acting locally

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Lake Serene flooding yards
Lake Serene flooding yards: Rain, drainage problems plague neighbors, county
Got room for a masterpiece?
Got room for a masterpiece?: Family hopes model-train layout can be saved
A wave of apartments
A wave of apartments: More than 2,000 units are in the works near Lynnwood
Make room for goats
Make room for goats: Lynnwood may relax rules for keeping them

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Julie Muhlstein: Nostalgia for Herald’s old home muted by Oso tragedy   April 11
Julie Muhlstein: N.C. town with deep kinship to hold fundraiser  April 9
Help for recovery effort comes from miles away   April 6

News from your town

Arlington: State meeting with residents about rebuilding 530

Everett: Everett council to discuss tax increases

Lake Stevens: Super Kid: Katherine Ball, Lake Stevens High

Marysville: Nominate Marysville homes, businesses for neighborhood improvement award

Monroe: PUD proposes alternative to dam on Sky River

Snohomish: $1.3 million jury award in Snohomish High School stabbing

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