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Stories for Feb. 21, 2013
Snohomish County's executive, Aaron Reardon, says he is resigning. Pressure for more education funding. Is it the weekend yet?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Marilyn Dahl on her dream job and which best-seller is most overrated.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Director Tomer Zvulun's slightly new twist on the classic tale for "everyone who has ever had their heart broken."READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The governor goes to the Legislature to push personally for a broad look at how to battle global warming.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Studying the different ways we relate to the landscape around us can inform the way we think and talk about building livable places -- and lives.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Read the city's first newspaper, published 150 years ago, and you'll find a town talking rain, coffee, growth, coal, and sustainability. Really.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Rodney Tom and Republicans want to stop Seattle from leading other cities down a path to giving workers mandatory sick leave. Democrats want to put family medical leave into effect.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
More amendments to a bill cosponsored by a Republican police officer are planned when the full House votes. The NRA says the sponsorship will weigh heavily in future ratings of the Republican, who is also a Seattle police officer.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS