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Families are seeking a change in the state’s limiting wrongful-death law.

Shock from WSU suicide ripples through Snohomish County

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Health Center of Snohomish County Chief Executive Officer Bob Farrell (from left), Chief Operating Officer Lisa Miller and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Thomas Tocher stand in the newest clinic location on Rucker Avenue in Everett.	Ian Terry / The Herald Community

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Strange and wonderful creatures come through door of Bothell clinic

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Amanda Strong (left) tries on an Angel of the Winds Arena hat as she and Courtney Brown hand out gift bags after the renaming ceremony Dec. 13 in Everett. The new name replaces the Xfinity name. (Andy Bronson / Her file)

Angel of the Winds to break ground on $60M casino expansion

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Health Center of Snohomish County Chief Executive Officer Bob Farrell (from left), Chief Operating Officer Lisa Miller and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Thomas Tocher stand in the newest clinic location on Rucker Avenue in Everett.	Ian Terry / The Herald Community

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