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Gov. Inslee Ordering Flags To Half-Staff To Remember Landslide Victims

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KHQ.COM - Governor Inslee and state officials will lower flags Tuesday in honor of those lost in the Snohomish County landslide.

The group will meet outside the Legislative Building at noon to lower the flags in memory of those lost when the slide hit on March 22. Gov. Inslee has also ordered all flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff at noon and should remain half-staff until the end of the day or the first thing Wednesday morning.

He is also urging other government entities, citizens, and businesses to join in on the recognition.

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