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Our annual pilgrimage led us this year to Pathfinder Kindergarten Center in Everett.
Monroe and Snohomish likely won’t see the end of flood stage until Friday.
Twenty years ago, WSU erased 67 years of heartache with a 41-35 win over UW in the Apple Cup.
They’re favorites on nighttime national TV, which means “broadcasting from an empty stadium.”
Health workers, law enforcement agencies and emergency managers are responding as they might to a disaster.
The next two feasts at the senior center in Everett will be Thanksgiving Day and Dec. 3.
Art flasks prove popular as bachelorette gifts, birthday presents and wedding favors.
“Put yourself into the community more and the money will come back to you.”
Local classes give you the skills to make a special something for your special someone
Michael Duarte-Pedrosa, Connect2Classes VP, takes two cooking-class taste tests.
Three steps to community-building in Whatcom County with MyTrafficMan.
A local expert makes learning about wine accessible.
The DE has come back from failed drug tests, knee surgeries and being out of the NFL for nearly 3 years.
In need of a win, Washington is set to face crosstown-rival Seattle University on Friday.
In the midst of all the sexual-misconduct allegations, the holiday film season offers some relief.
The “Parsian cabaret” is a superb circus dinner theater operation in Marymoor Park through April 29.
A sketchy look at Thanksgiving.… Continue reading
A sketchy look at Thanksgiving. Continue reading...
Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, told a woman he contact Capitol Police if she exposed his secret sex life.
The accusations against Weinstein have sparked an international conversation.
By Ignatius Ssuuna / Associated PressKIGALI, Rwanda — Rwanda is offering to host some, perhaps thousands, of the African migrants whose reported abuse in Libya has led to international expressions of revulsion.Rwanda “cannot remain silent when human beings are being mistreated and auctioned off like cattle,” the government said, adding that the small East African nation “may not be able to welcome everyone but our door is wide open.”The statement didn’t say how many migrants might be welcome, but the chairman of the African Union Commission said Rwanda has offered to resettle up to 30,000 or transport those who wish to return to their home countries.The chairman, Moussa Faki Mahamat, urged other African governments and private individuals to “pool resources and add the voices to support our brothers and sisters suffering” in Libya.“Rwanda is small, but we will find some space!” Rwandan Foreign Minister Louise Mushikiwabo tweeted Wednesday. Her country for nearly a quarter-century has been recovering from its own tragedy, the 1994 genocide that left around 800,000 people dead.U.N. chief Antonio Guterres has been among world leaders expressing horror after footage broadcast on CNN of the bidding and sale of migrants seeking a better life.Guterres has called for an immediate investigation into the reported sale of African migrants in Libya, saying the transactions may amount to crimes against humanity.Thousands of African migrants make the dangerous journey to Libya hoping to survive the often deadly crossing of the Mediterranean to Europe. They cite high unemployment and even the changing climate in their often-arid nations as reasons to make the perilous journey.
Competition with other marine mammals for the same food may be a bigger problem than fishing.
A man was driving, allegedly drunk. The woman’s 3-month-old child, in the back seat, was uninjured.