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Julie Muhlstein: It’s a good time to change bad water habits   July 19
Julie Muhlstein: Cafe Zippy’s namesake celebrates his 13th (or 90th?) birthday   July 17
Julie Muhlstein: Picnic turns into surprise ceremony for Marysville vet   July 15
 
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Arlington: Volunteer brings troubled felines to inmates, who help tame them

Everett: Everett City Council puts courthouse deal on hold over parking questions

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Marysville: Man sought in Marysville shooting

Monroe: Monroe skatepark will undergo $240,000 worth of improvements

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Model Ts and memories
Model Ts and memories: Just like her late father, Sarah Newberg loves classic Fords
Stilly under siege
Stilly under siege: River and fish weather silt, slides and drought
Distilleries in good spirits
Distilleries in good spirits: Law will make it easier for them to connect with customers
This is a drill
This is a drill: Police train for the next mass shooting
 
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Model Ts and memories
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Creekside calm: Buck Creek Campground is open again and it’s delightful