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The organization’s founder used to live and do drugs in the same woods.
Sikhs have accepted people of all backgrounds as equals, regardless of race, social class or religion.
Volunteers also shared health information and put together care packages for homeless women.
The driver drove down tracks instead of a road, hitting a slow-moving train near Stanwood.
Geoffrey Thorp, a 12-year incumbent, is being challenged by Shaun Olsen, who is seeking his first elected office.
Traffic, the opioid epidemic, the economy and homeless are cited as campaign issues.
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They told the direction of the wind and aided in forecasting the, well, weather.
Former Obama Cabinet officer blisters “culture of corruption” that he said extends to Trump’s Cabinet.
“What worries me is I think it’s wishful thinking that they’re all going to be killed off.”
The cities filed the lawsuit over the Trump administration’s threats to cut their funding.
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