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News >  Travel
June 22, 2008, midnight
"To my mind one does not put oneself in place of the past, one only adds a new link." – Paul Cézanne A major new exhibit under way at the Seattle Art Museum sheds new light on the painters of light – that incredibly popular group of artists known as the impressionists.

News >  Voices
May 17, 2008, midnight
Karen Nelson was devastated early last year when her husband of 37 years died. Not only was she faced with a huge emotional loss, she was worried about having to sell the home they had lived in since 1973 because she could no longer maintain it.

News >  Voices
March 22, 2008, midnight
If there is one guy in the Highland Estates area west of Otis Orchards who might have the right tool for just about any kind of home repair job, it is Les Portner. "Les is always busy doing projects," said neighbor Pat Bliss. "He must have one of every tool in the world. Whenever we need something we just run across the street and borrow it." A longtime "Mr. Fix-it," Portner, 59, has accumulated quite a few tools over the years.

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March 6, 2008, midnight
John Heywood, the English playwright and poet, wrote: "Many hands make light work." That proverb aptly reflects the efforts of those who reached out to help Gene La Liberte when his left knee gave out on him in early December.