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  • Trading in cuteness
    Trading in cuteness: Everett hedgehog breeder finds they're in high demand
  • Presidential past
    Presidential past: Obama, 5 others have visited Snohomish County
  • Scrambling for eggs
    Scrambling for eggs: Rain didn't dampen Easter egg hunts on Saturday (photos)

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Narrating history with art
Narrating history with art: Everett artist's work features Northwest tribes (photo gallery)
Dogs play major role
Dogs play major role: Canine experts rely on senses, training to help in search
Mobilized behind the scenes
Mobilized behind the scenes: Majority of Red Cross workers are volunteers
Working for themselves
Working for themselves: Tight-knit crew owns North Sound Hose

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Julie Muhlstein: Each photo tells part of Snohomish County's story  April 18
Julie Muhlstein: Queen, It's a New Day changes women from the inside out   April 16

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Monroe: Monroe woman works to preserve artist's murals

Snohomish: Pint-size promoter sells his cause: Improving a Snohomish park

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