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Gods are notoriously fickle, but so are their human constituencies.
Richland, Washington (Home of “The Bombers”), has never shied from showing pride in its nuclear heritage. But its loyalty was recently tested when the local museum stopped selling “atomic marbles” in its gift shop.
It’s been nearly ten years since the idea of the World’s Largest Lava Lamp first bubbled to the surface in Soap Lake, Washington.
Those eager for some happy news about this ugly winter can take heart: Snohomish Slew has predicted an early Spring.
Historically, relations between native peoples and the city of Tacoma, Washington, have been downright unpacific at times. That’s apparently in the past now that a 20-foot-tall Coast Salish woman, carved from wood, has been unveiled as the city’s unofficial greeter.
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