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Robert Jared Dickson was a sailor aboard the USS Curtiss at Pearl Harbor during the 1941 attack. Here, he shared that experience during a 2016 interview at his Arlington home. He died Oct. 22 at age 98. (Photo Kevin Clark / The Herald)
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Mountlake Terrace man sentenced to 10 years for child porn

Among the images found were ones depicting a 5-year-old girl, who had spent the night at his house.

Brier woman charged in Seattle crash that killed 2, injured 2

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For now, your car-tab costs are not going down

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Graduation rates rise and fall across Snohomish County

A new report shows the statewide rate in the 2019 school year was the same as in 2018.

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After complaints and appeals, Stanwood crematorium approved

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