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It was the first felony trial since the easing of the court’s pandemic measures.
The man was experiencing stroke-like symptoms.
We hit some of the wavetops of Young’s recent work.
There’s not cause for immediate concern, just watchfulness and evaluation, officials say.
Free rides and free food.
It’s too early to call the berry or salmon seasons, which play a large part.
High temps didn’t stop the softball team from bringing the heat.
Even if it’s a short season, it’ll set them up for success in 2022, companies say.
The death is not considered suspicious, but police are investigating how he ended up in the water.
The brutality of the crime was cited as reason for the stiff sentence.
Suspect pleaded guilty to killing his wife aboard ship in 2017.
It’s their first time winning an award from this organization.
Young teams will make for lively seasons next year.
The local Montessori school was adorned with flowers and feathers.
Many gathered at Evergreen Cemetery to honor America’s war dead.
“When you’re in the river, you’re at the mercy of the water.”
Be safe over the long holiday weekend.
The end beckons for the bat and ball brigade.
Docks and Harbors has played a key role in preventing several major spills, the citation says.