Pro-troops activist and salesman for Office Depot
Everett Community College student. Her family came from Iraq and owns a small grocery store in Everett.
Sehome High School student, standing at the cemetery where his brother, who was killed in Iraq, is buried.
Nathan Hale High School art photography teacher
In May, Blaine plans to drive his brother from their home in Vancouver to the Veterans Affairs hospital in Seattle for Brandon's annual weeklong checkup. Meanwhile, although there is no proven cure for quadriplegia, both brothers search the Internet for potential treatments as far away as China.
Muhammed Hussein, the 4-year-old from Iraq who came to Seattle last May for surgery after being shot in the face by Sunni militants, is still waiting. The first of a several surgeries to reconstruct the little boy's face was to begin in March but had to be rescheduled until May when Hamoody, as he is known, came down with a sore throat.
The Job Family
Photo galleries: Scenes from a war-torn land
UPDATE - 3:01 AM
Recently posted jobs
Furniture & home furnishings
Beaux Arts - Huge estate sale! Midwest anti...
Blue Ridge - 3 family sale! Household items...
City of Kent Notice of Planned Final Action
POST A FREE LISTING