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Q&A: Daffodil queen looks forward to being role model for girls
Marissa Modestowicz was crowned queen of this year's Daffodil Festival on Friday night and immediately was launched into a yearlong schedule of parades, events and appearances.
Human Terrain Systems; Weaponizing Anthropology
Human Terrain Systems is a U. S. military program to use modern anthropological ideas, research results, and professionals to assist counterinsurgency in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere.
Revival afoot in the Woodland District
A Kirkland real estate development company has paid $6.6 million for seven office buildings in the Woodland Square Loop area of Lacey, an acquisition that likely signals a new direction for a portion of the city that has become better known for its vacant space.
Anthropologist to give Last Lecture
Sociology and cultural anthropology professor David Price will present "Resisting Complacency: Luck, Choices and the Fates" at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Trautman Union Building at Saint Martin's University, 5000 Abbey Way SE.
Head of Seattle ATF hopes to beef up oversight of gun sellers
The new special agent in charge of the Seattle Division of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is hoping to improve the agency's efforts in helping law enforcement track the history of firearms recovered from crime scenes.