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Evangelizing green: Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish adds solar panels
On the city’s highest hill, solar panels are helping power a parish’s multiuse facility — saving money and potentially putting cash back in the bank.
Brain cancer survivor and his school rally for cancer research
Keaton Wrenn is a funny, upbeat fourth-grader at Seattle’s St. Benedict School, who has to be reminded to slow down in the school halls.
Sweet fundraiser benefits people with disabilities
From now through Columbus Day, you’ll find local Knights of Columbus members outside retail stores, handing out large-size Tootsie Rolls featuring the organization’s logo and seeking donations.
House in a Box aids recovery
Months after the March 22 Oso landslide swept away their hilltop home, the Burrows bought a house east of Marysville that sits on stable land.
CCS praised for Oso relief work
Catholic Community Services is getting high praise for the way its case managers are helping survivors of the March 22 Oso mudslide put their lives back together.
Gig Harbor teen uses popular ‘ice bucket challenge’ to educate on embryonic stem-cell research
When Brenna Peloquin was nominated to participate in the “ice bucket challenge” that supports donations for research into Lou Gehrig’s disease, she debated whether to participate. “I didn’t want to make waves,” she said.

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