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Nate Nehring is young but politically anointed. Ray Miller is a civic volunteer and retired social worker.
District stands to receive an extra $1 million each year, if the County Council gives its approval.
Their 18-day deployment to the Napa Valley wildfires comes under a mutual-aid agreement.
Marilyn Mowan’s death was ruled a suicide. Her estate claimed she received insufficient supervision.
Democrat Terry Ryan seeks a second term in District 4. Marcus Barton is a “left-leaning Republican.”
Not really, an executive implied at a technology conference. The company quickly disavowed that view.
It’s a nonprofit that gets children involved in growing their own food on small urban farms.
Again, the developer of luxury high-rises near Woodway is sent back to the drafting board.
The projects are part of next year’s proposed $10 million budget.
Consultants are working on ideas to turn the property into a mix of apartments and businesses.
Four officers are investigating hundreds of cases each in Snohomish County’s unincorporated areas.
Teamed with King county, they offer options for a second company headquarters close to the first.
The business group Economic Alliance Snohomish County has been leading a combined approach.
County Council candidates send a joint message about the theft and vandalism of campaign signs.
Representatives wonder how to protect rural properties from sprawl without being unfair.
Nate Nehring says county officials also should find “credible, long-term solutions to addiction.”
The hyper-vigilance of the battlefield never left him. Flying drones is a healthy escape.
Bryozoans are tiny invertebrates that live in jelly-like masses, and their presence is a good thing.
Dave Somers’ Snohomish County budget proposal also would address traffic problems in neighborhoods.
The project is intended to increase survival rates for juvenile chinook salmon.