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Your pal Penelope
Your pal Penelope: What's up with the giant pig at Snohomish dentist's office?
Tech-savvy kids
Tech-savvy kids: Snohomish students bring their own device to school
Mmmm ... pie
Mmmm ... pie: We visit Snohomish Pie Co.'s new Mountlake Terrace shop
Wetland wonders
Wetland wonders: First-graders learn about critters, plants at Snohomish pond

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Julie Muhlstein: Thrive City offers at-risk kids life skills  May 27
Julie Muhlstein: Colby Diner transports Everett High School alumni back in time   May 24

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Arlington: Carnival ride damaged when semi topples at Smokey Point

Everett: CT plans a new rapid-transit bus route between Canyon Park and Paine Field

Lake Stevens: Man struck by patrol car files $2.75 million claim against county

Marysville: Briefs: Combined chambers event called success

Monroe: Snohomish County rescue swimmers practice saving lives

Snohomish: Seattle-Snohomish Mill closing in midst of lumber glut

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Made, not melted
Made, not melted: Marysville shop crafts pure chocolate from scratch
Neighborhood brews
Neighborhood brews: Garage is home to Marysville's At Large Brewing
Summer reads
Summer reads: Ideas from our friends at the Everett Public Library
A gorgeous start
A gorgeous start: Trafton trailhead offers a glimpse of Whitehorse Trail's future