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Officials reminded people to keep a safe distance from others, on what may be the warmest days so far in 2020.
Gary J. Ray admitted he took at least $10,000 intended for families affected by the 2014 disaster.
For now, they’ve requested a rehearing after the federal court sided with the city of Everett in July.
Garbage is left behind when the snow melts. Nearly 150 people joined the annual event on Wednesday.
A family-owned store in Brier had never sold a lottery ticket worth more than $10,000 — until now.
The baristas are unsure of their next steps but may file for a rehearing, their lawyer said.
“If we are in the travel business, we are contributing to the destruction of our environment,” he said.