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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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Everett’s Ondrej Vala controls the puck with Swift Current’s Beck Malenstyn trailing Sunday afternoon at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett on January 21, 2018. The Silvertips won 4-1. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Silvertips beat Swift Current, keep winning streak alive

U.S. Division-leading Everett has won seven straight WHL games

Skippers share sea stories at Marysville speaker series

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Hunter Standley, 6, scoots backward into a cozy cubbyhole in Wee Fit’s sensory room while holding an artificial aquarium. Hunter, who has autism, is with his mom, Breanna Standley, 25, and his grandmother, Barbara Bambrick, 63. They are all from Tulalip. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Family sets feast for the senses

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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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