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The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy benefits 12 agencies that help the hungry, homeless and vulnerable. The Salvation Army, one of the groups supported by the fund, on Fridays provides weekend food packs for 444 Renton elementary-school kids of the working poor.
The venue will be new, but the opponent will be familiar for the Seahawks: The 49ers are also scrapping to get back to the playoffs.
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All that's left is for Gov. Jay Inslee to show his hand, and avoid being just another act following what's now recalled as a killer performance.Robert J. Vickers column: "Is Gov. Jay Inslee an absentee governor or a patient strategist?"
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