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Scott Nelson screws down decking Saturday during the annual Rampathon in Arlington. Volunteers gathered at the home of 7-year-old girl with spina bifida to build a Americans with Disabilities Act-qualified wheelchair ramp.

Master Builders team up to build ramp for Arlington family

ARLINGTON — Each day Dana McCollum watched the couple carry the child, all 64 pounds of her, up and down the five steep and sometimes slippery steps leading from their house to the gravel... [Story]

Attorney: Double-murder suspect ‘here to defend himself’

EVERETT — Tony Clyde Reed surrendered his freedom to U.S. Marshals last week so he could answer to the allegations against him, his attorney said Monday. “My client is innocent of the first-... [Story]

Presidential primary ballots due Tuesday

OLYMPIA — Voting in the state’s presidential primary concludes Tuesday and the results could push Donald Trump closer to becoming the Republican Party presidential nominee. But it won’t put ... [Story]

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Tuesday’s best bets on TV

Tuesday’s best bets on TV include: “The Voice” crowns its champion tonight at the end of a two-hour season finale. 8 p.m., NBC. “Dancing With the Stars” caps off its 22nd season tonight... [Story]

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Everett's festival a real catch

No, it's not Coachella. Or South by Southwest. Or even Bumbershoot. And thank goodness, it's not Burning Man. Everett's Fisherman's Village Music Festival will likely never rival those... [Story]

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