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Donald William McLain, 33, left, and Randall Jacob Marlow, 46, both Larch Corrections Center inmates, appear in Clark County Superior Court for walking away from an inmate work crew job site in June. Both were recently sentenced and received additional prison time. Comment?
A 77-year-old Lake Stevens man with a serious history of stroke was at the front of the line this spring when the federal Food and Drug Administration finally approved a new device aimed at stopping a common cause of the often-deadly problem. Edwin Dixon, a retired electrician and husband of 55 years, was the first post-approval patient implanted at the University of Washington Medical Center with the Watchman device, which stops blood clots that travel from the heart to the brain, potentially causing strokes. Comment?
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is known for challenges in the kitchen, but he was in Lake Stevens for a different kind of competition. The Daily Herald of Everett reports that Ramsay competed in the Lake Stevens Ironman 70.3 Sunday, finishing the race in five hours, 50 minutes and 31 seconds. Comment?
A Snohomish County Superior Court judge Tuesday gave a nearly 91-year prison sentence to a man who went on a shooting spree in Lake Stevens and Marysville and fatally shot a 15-year-old girl as she walked down the street with her friends. Judge Thomas Wynne said the death of Molly Conley had a devastating impact on her family, friends and the community. Comment?
A school district in Lake Stevens says it has suspended two third-graders after one found sexually explicit images on a district computer and shared them with classmates. Lake Stevens School District spokeswoman Jamie Taylor says the students attend Sunnycrest Elementary School in Lake Stevens, northeast of Everett. Comment?
The Senate started moving some pieces of a state transportation package off the chamber floor Friday, including a measure that would exempt all state highway projects from the state sales tax and would redirect sales tax money from non-highway transportation projects away from the state general fund. However, an effort to bring an incremental gas tax increase to the floor was put on hold after Democrats questioned whether it would require a two-thirds vote of the Senate before it could advance to the chamber floor for a final vote under a new Senate rule that requires higher thresholds for bills on new taxes. Comment?
A prosecutor says a nurse who examined a cold, dirty 10-month-old Washington boy pulled from a filthy home felt the baby would have died within a day if he hadn't been rescued. In court papers filed Friday, Snohomish County Deputy Prosecutor Katie Wetmore said the forensic nurse based her assessment on the baby's severe hypothermia. Comment?
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