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Julie Muhlstein: In songs and speeches, voices help keep MLK’s dream alive  Jan. 11
Julie Muhlstein: Ross Kane brought courage, original thinking to politics  Jan. 9
Julie Muhlstein: Seahawks on the big screen at the Historic Everett Theatre   Jan. 7
 
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Arlington: Twin Rivers Park renovations to begin within the week

Everett: Scammers pose as IRS agents

Lake Stevens: Woman seriously injured in Highway 9 crash near Marysville

Marysville: Marysville man killed in accident

Monroe: Price tag for new U.S. 2 trestle too big?

Snohomish: Longtime Snohomish manager Stanton retiring after 24 years

 

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Local news highlights

Little house, big history
Little house, big history: One of Everett's oldest homes heading to foreclosure
Reviving a culture
Reviving a culture: Treaty Days helped Tulalips hold on to their past
Zoo keeps couple jumping
Zoo keeps couple jumping: Kangaroos, lemurs and more at Arlington's Outback farm
A slice of life at sea
A slice of life at sea: Sailing Puget Sound aboard the USS Stennis (photo gallery)
 

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Chip on their shoulder
Chip on their shoulder: Although at times misguided, Seahawks use doubt as motivation
'70s-style cinema
'70s-style cinema: ‘A Most Violent Year’ conjures best of gritty filmmaking