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Grace Fortney created an award-winning seatbelt safety video
Officials now begin to prepare recommendations on high school reconfiguration and other issues.
A surge of residential development is on track to eat up its remaining sewer capacity.
“I remember when my dad told me that every time our family member relapses, we relapse.”
There will be 1,000 more spots opening in the state next school year — far fewer than needed.
The “bizarre” agreement promises a former leader up to $175,000 if the group fails to meet his demands.
Walkouts are planned Friday at schools around the country, including at least nine in Snohomish County.
Treehouse helps kids graduate. It can be a challenge. One student has moved four times in two months.
The money is aimed more at enrichment and less at teacher pay, the superintendent said.
Volunteers at the Historical Museum have spent hundreds of hours modernizing the town’s maps.
Digitization allows a click of a mouse to show how a site looked 80, 90, even 100 years ago.
Arlington Valley Road will be another route for businesses along busy 67th Ave. to reach the highway.
The two cities hope to develop a 4,000-acre manufacturing center around and south of the airport.
The school’s Knowledge Bowl team is best in state. How smart are you? Answer a few questions.
Activities begin at 6 p.m. Friday with history talks. Tours are Saturday and Sunday.
The three-year sports medicine program offers in-class lessons, statewide competitions and more.
The library district’s levy rate would rise to 47 cents per $1,000 in assessed property value.
The supportive national retailer is closing for good as Toys for Tots plans to expand locally.
Snohomish County’s alternative high schools and reentry programs are identified as needing high levels of support.
The goal is to start construction early next year on a 18,000-square-foot police station.