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His popular market, with local goods and reasonable prices, is closing until he can find a new location.
Last time, there was 66 percent support, but turnout was not sufficient to approve the measure.
Lakewood High students won national recognition for an outreach project on invasive aquatic animals.
Lake Stevens opens a dedicated early learning center, funded by a voter-approved bond. (Video)
That’s just one suggestion in a report on how to cover the cost of managing state recreation areas.
The 2nd Chance Thrift Shop provides 53 percent of the budget for the senior and family center.
A Christmas Eve blaze in 2010 gutted the club, which reopened in 2015. Now the gym is ready, too.
Families settle into Twin Lakes Landing, Housing Hope’s largest project to date.
Older adults are becoming addicted, overdosing or unintentionally giving young people access to pills.
The U.S. Department of the Interior reportedly ordered an end to work on a key bear planning document.
Justin Sailer, who is blind and deaf, had to wait a week to get his escape-artist canine back.
The Convoy of Hope event in Arlington provided services for 2,857 guests, many of them working poor.
“I live in Washington. I should not have to water a Christmas tree,” says one grower. But they did.
Several affected by shootings in 2014 offered to talk with counterparts in Eastern Washington.
Fundraising gained momentum with the backing of actor Chris Pratt.
In Edmonds, however, standardized test scores rose after an emphasis on teaching data analysis.
The Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center is celebrating 40 years of forging career-ready students.
The 5K event in Snohomish honors a young man who ‘was always thinking of his teammates.’
LAKE STEVENS —The students love Bruce, and he’s not bashful about his affection for them. On Thursday, the second day back to class at Lake… Continue reading
Smoking on the Edmonds Community College campus ends Monday. The college’s board of trustees earlier this summer approved a change in policy that… Continue reading