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Monroe tobacco shop clerk trying to stop burglar hit by car

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Traffic backed up 7 miles after messy Marysville crash

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A small number of people had symptoms after eating take-out food prepared by the restaurant.

Judge lifts ban of former Marysville festival volunteers

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It’s long been a priority of the community, but the railroad and funding are tough obstacles.

Everett’s corner veteran flag-wavers honor one of their own

Evergreen Troop Support Group members turned out to remember Vietnam veteran John McKee, 79.

Mermaid’s sculptor is still at work — in the California desert

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