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Her name is Haven, and to her parents she is exactly that. "Haven Lee, it almost sounds like heavenly - which she is," said Apryl Roberts, whose second daughter was born Tuesday. Comment?
Authorities on Thursday were continuing to look for a south Snohomish County man who wandered away from a Martha Lake home on Wednesday. Richard David Jacobs was last seen around 1 p.m. near the 15800 block of 2nd Place W. He is 95 and has dementia, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office. Comment?
Apryl and Peter Roberts' second daughter is sure to be a spirited little fighter. By the time she is born near the end of this month, her mother will have climbed Seattle's Columbia Center , weathered life-shattering news, and endured several rounds of chemotherapy - all while pregnant. Comment?
Fairly decent weather conditions and lots of fish brought out a good crowd Saturday for the state's lowland lake trout fishing opener. Water temperatures warmer than on the last several opening days had trout active and on the bite most places, according to creel data supplied by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Comment?
Several hundred lowland lakes open Saturday morning around the state for the traditional general trout fishing season, and hundreds of thousands of anglers are expected to participate. Those who choose certain lakes in which to soak their Power Bait or troll their Dick Nite spoons have something new to watch for - a rainbow equipped with a bright orange "spaghetti" tag near the dorsal fin. Comment?
A neighbor saw flames coming from the house, located in the 100 block of 167th Place SW, east of Lynnwood. The neighbor alerted the family, who got out safely, said Leslie Hynes, spokeswoman for Snohomish County Fire District 1. Crews got the fire under control within 20 minutes or being summoned about 1:45 p.m., Hynes said. Comment?
A Beverly Hills, California,-based real estate company announced on Friday that it purchased two large apartment complexes in Snohomish County for $141 million. Kennedy Wilson Real Estate bought the apartment complexes north of Lynnwood and in Mukilteo, because the properties are located in an area close to many employers with a well-educated workforce and consistently low unemployment rates. Comment?
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