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For the love of big winners and sacred principles, let’s give a boot to this troubling trend of co-champions.
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“The two co-champions this year were amazing; you get the feeling they memorized every word in the dictionary.”
Comment by undetermined on National Spelling Bee ends in tie for 2nd year in a row
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Parents, teachers, students and community members who attended our recent public meeting on school discipline used postcards to write down their ideas at the end of the event.
The man fatally shot during a confrontation with a Snohomish County sheriff's deputy has been identified as 62-year-old Millard Tallant III.
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