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(Arlington, WA)  --  Searchers are in the seventh day of sifting through the debris that resulted from last Saturday's mudslide in the Snohomish County community of Oso.  Twenty-five people are known to be dead and another 90 are still missing.  The Everett "Daily Herald" reports that so far, more than one-point-one-million dollars has been contributed to various disaster-relief efforts.  The donations include about 600-thousand dollars raised by the United Way of Snohomish County and more than 300-thousand received by  the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation.

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