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Minor landslides and high water prompted closure of some Snohomish County roads Sunday and Monday.
Most of the money is expected to be raised through the sale of legacy bricks for a walkway.
The gatherings, which are put on by Sno-Isle Libraries, feature experts on each subject and draw large crowds.
Normally, replacement levy ballot measures are routine. But this time the situation is complicated.
FishViews offers virtual access to places on that and other rivers where people normally don’t go.
Officials will field questions Tuesday about the bond, which would pay for a fourth high school.
Some districts are adding students at a furious pace while others may have leveled off.
Ministry connects veterans, active duty military and their families to resources and to one another.
A librarian is recording oral histories about the area, to be posted online.
The Forest Service wants input about the popular hiking destination off the Mountain Loop Highway.
Grab a green bag, fill it gradually with grocery items — and someone will pick it up from your home.
Marysville students drew and sent portraits. Thanks to a video, they got to see the reaction.
Families are seeking a change in the state’s limiting wrongful-death law.
Roughly 1 in 10 seniors, sophomores and 8th-graders said they had attempted to take their own lives.
The crux of the controversy seems to be the superintendent’s job.
Among the couple’s gifts was $10 million toward the construction of the Stanwood-Camano YMCA.
These tests are industry standards that are expected of adults in workplaces around the country.
The city will spend $180,000 on improvements to the former privately held Frontier Heights Park.
For a 7-year-old with a stack of books balanced precariously in his arms, the reason to visit a brand-new library was a… Continue reading
A federal grant has launched a conversation about how history helps and hinders the way we relate.