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The mapmaker, a 106-year-old Seattle business, and a strange request for a map
Seattle Times
As the third-generation owner of Kroll Map Company, John Loacker carries years of memories in his old maps. “They're going to go with me,” he says. “Maybe get buried with me.” (Bettina Hansen and Corinne Chin / The Seattle Times). Mapping out an ...

Seattle Times
'Spring is not summer, that's for sure': It's snowing in Seattle and ...
Seattle Times
The weekend will bring light showers and sun breaks but will be slightly cooler than usual for this time of year, with highs in the 50s and lows in the lower 30s to 40s, the weather service predicts.
Friday morning brings snow to Seattle, t-storms expected - seattlepi

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Tens of thousands expected at Seattle's 'March For Our Lives' | KOMO
SEATTLE -- Thousands of people will march through downtown Seattle on Saturday as part of the March For Our Lives, which will take place around the country, including several cities in our region.“I think it's unacceptable for us to have to go to ...
Students gear up to 'March for Our Lives' in Seattle | KUOW News ...KUOW News and Information

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Seattle Times
Her political dreams shattered after complaint against Seattle official. Decades later, it still haunts.
Seattle Times
The Rev. Dorinda Henry, 52, says her female boss harassed her at work and forced sex on her during a trip. After Henry filed a complaint, the boss publicly disclosed it to a reporter, attributing it to a troublesome employee. Henry says the episode ...

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