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After buying velcro flags, uniforms and insignia pins, longtime customer David Edwards (right) shakes hands Wednesday with Shawn Winters, grandson of owners Jerry and Donna Winters, at Ed’s Surplus & Marine in Lynnwood. Ed’s is closing Oct. 31 after 50 years in business. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Ed’s Surplus closing: ‘This is like losing a dear ol’ friend’

The 50-year Lynnwood landmark, which sells bait, gear and military items, is going to online sales only.

Help is wanted at Paine Field’s new passenger terminal

You can’t yet book a commercial flight from Everett, but you can apply for a job there.

Second Sprouts grocery location planned for Snohomish County

Sprouts Farmers Markets plans to open a new store early next year, in Lynnwood.

Blue-collar women missing out on America’s economic wave

“If you don’t have (a college) degree, you better be a guy,” an economist says.

iPhone XR makes the right trade-offs for a cheaper price

It lacks the XS’ high-resolution screen and dual-lens camera, but you’ll save at least $250.

Americans who don’t have a bank account at lowest level ever

It’s a sign that the economic fortunes of the country’s most vulnerable people continues to improve.

Traffic concerns linger as new Pilot J nears grand opening

A traffic study estimated the addition of 3,465 trips to the new Pilot Travel Center at Highway 530.

UK’s May pleads for support, says Brexit deal is almost done

She said there is just “one real sticking point left” — the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland.

Another step for health plans that don’t cover pre-existing conditions

This guardrail was intended to protect consumers.

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