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BREAKING NEWS
Fireworks being “legal” does not mean
they’re safe
Study finds “legal” shells & mortars cause most fireworks injuries


July 01, 2018

(SEATTLE, WA.) -- New research conducted at UW Medicine’s Harborview Medical Center suggests that if you want to keep all your fingers on both hands - or your eyes in tact and able to see the world - certain legal fireworks might best be left on store shelves.

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Next planned closure of Highway 2 Trestle in Snohomish County
is July 14-15


July 01, 2018

Chronicle staff

(SNOHOMISH COUNTY) – This weekend's closure of the westbound US Highway 2 trestle has been postponed due to rain so the next planned closure is scheduled for July 14-15.


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When bad goes to worst:
Former ICE director on how kids separated from parents at border can easily become orphans


July 01, 2018

Chronicle staff

(NATIONAL) – Rolling Stone is out with a story that everyone - who doesn't think separating kids from their parents at the southern border can have permanent harmful effects on those children and the parents – might want to read.


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When you can ignite fireworks in city of Monroe

July 01, 2018

(MONROE, WA.) – The city of Monroe reminds all residents that legal fireworks may be discharged in the City of Monroe on July 4th ONLY between 9 am and 11:59 pm.

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And now for some light reading from the mailbox

July 01, 2018

By Rex D. Cain

(NATIONAL) – When was the last time you read some really hot hate mail? We mean stuff that’s on fire and aims to kill. (Literally).


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