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Jumping at the chance
Jumping at the chance: Thrill-seekers and others head up in planes and hot air balloons
Civic-minded
Civic-minded: Snohomish High's Braden Sigua is involved in city government
His fish stories are true
His fish stories are true: Bob Heirman has a treasure trove of articles, records and more
He's on fire
He's on fire: Snohomish airbrush artist perfects flames that look real
 
 

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Arlington: Glassmaker's impending closure shocks artists

Everett: Assistance League ensures kids can celebrate senior year

Lake Stevens: Flood control plan for Lochsloy area to be on Aug. 2 ballot

Marysville: State softball brackets released

Monroe: Flooding over winter leaves rivers choked with dangerous debris

Snohomish: Snohomish basketball coach Len Bone retires

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