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The Western wear seller who helped build Everett’s synagogue

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Apollo 11 amazes at the Museum of Flight’s lunar exhibit

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Pop-up tent trailer lets family ‘upgrade’ their camping trips

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One-note ‘Crawl’ revels sadistically in graphic gator gore

A woman and her father battle a hurricane and huge alligators. There’s not much else going on.

Does your lawn need tending? There’s an Everett app for that

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A midcentury Edmonds home gets a new garden — from scratch

Formerly an overgrown mess, it’s now one of six showpieces on the Edmonds in Bloom tour next weekend.

Can the little guy survive the Lake Stevens Costco?

Turners Grocery has loyal customers, but the owner knows the general store’s days could be numbered.

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