PACIFIC NW MAGAZINE: Steven Yellowtail, a Crow rancher from Montana, is one of many people Matika Wilbur befriended and photographed for Project 562 during her travels through Indian country. She has set out on a three-year, cross-country road trip aimed at documenting the nation's 562-plus tribes. An exhibit of some of her work is at Tacoma Art Museum through Oct. 5.
Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch ended his seven-day holdout today and reported to Seahawks training camp.
Some of the cop's citations refer to City Attorney Pete Holmes, a strong advocate of pot legalization, as "Petey Holmes."
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Too many people talk about education as the great equalizer. Lance actually did something. You can too.Editorial: "Lance Dickie's legacy continues through The Seattle Times' school-supplies drive"
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