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March 23, 2014 at 9:51 AM

Sunday Memo: Job haters? … The mudslide … Avalanche kills man

National Weather Service forecast

National Weather Service forecast

Do folks in the Tri-Cities hate their government jobs? Columnist Danny Westneat  wonders if they do.

The huge mudslide: What a tragedy. Have a look at the stories we have today. We will be updating the stories throughout the day on The Today File.

Avalanche death: A man has died in an avalanche at Granite Mountain near Snoqualmie Pass. KIRO TV

A drive-in-theater found alive: There’s one in Shelton and it’s a half-century old. You have to be rather old to remember when drive-in dotted the landscape. The Olympian has the story.

 Bye, bye bottles: Western Washington University ends bottled water sales on campus April 1.

Weather: Mostly sunny today, partly sunny tomorrow and, sorry, good chance of rain Tuesday. What did you expect. This is Seattle. A couple of days nice, several days not so much and so on. National Weather Service forecast

Most-read stories on seattletimes.com:

  1. 3 die in mudslide east of Arlington, 6 homes destroyed
  2. NTSB report: Crashed news helicopter rotated before tipping, crashing
  3. Malaysia: France has images of possible jet debris
  4. Recent saturation of rain likely built up to fatal mudslide
  5. Emotional day: Killer of Ballard student in 1994 seeks leniency

Memo light: 1dil

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Nick Provenza: 206-464-2142 or nprovenza@seattletimes.com


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