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Ensign Alvin Abes, a 2012 Arlington High School graduate, serves in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided missile cruiser, USS Antietam. Abes… Continue reading
Suddenly there was a dire need for people to gather, talk and cry, in a place where they felt safe.
It’s a hotbed of scaly, hissy and slithery critters — in cages and on the floor.
Rising water created problems along the Snohomish and Skykomish rivers, too. Landslides are possible.
A car driven by Susan E. Sill rear-ended another vehicle Wednesday on Smokey Point Boulevard.
Medics had transported her to the hospital, where she later died.
The Northwest blues-soul-funk-R&B living legend performs with Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons Nov. 18.
The intersection of Smokey PointBoulevard and 188th Street NE was closed and traffic was being detoured.
The Sept. 29 Arlington High School football game was dedicated to domestic violence awareness. Coaches wore purple hats, players wore purple socks and towels, and… Continue reading
He reportedly had a gun when police shot him while investigating a bullet-ridden car on his land.
Albert Leung, of Lake Stevens, had a history of mental health struggles, the sheriff’s office said.
The Lake Goodwin man, 96, wonders why someone would take something that meant so much to him.
Albert T. Leung of Lake Stevens was found by anglers Nov. 1, east of Arlington.
The animal wandered onto a property in the 13300 block of Jordan Trails Road.
Candidates cite their hands-on experience in campaigning for the job.
It was discovered by 2 fishermen who waited at the scene for authorities.
The log truck rolled, spilling the load, and the driver suffered cuts. The cows were fine.
“The faster you cover graffiti over, the less likely it is to return,” the police chief says.
Darrington High’s band gets help with its first performance at a football game in more than 20 years.
Economic development, public safety among the top issues for candidates.