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Reading led local fire departments through emergencies, conflicts and mergers.
She is also accused of throwing a soda can at them when they asked her to leave the transit center.
Speakers include a former Snohomish City Council candidate who was bullied as a teen.
The project is getting a second look to see if the price can be pared back.
Intense heat and flame damage left investigators unable to determine how it started.
Expedia says this is one of the nation’s best places for a stay-at-home vacation.
People have a chance to weigh in on the proposals at an April 5 hearing before the agency’s board.
The two-minute video shows the human face of addiction in Snohomish County.
He was charged with attempted murder, robbery and illegal possession of an explosive device.
Two major projects are being built at the site along the Snohomish River and should open this year.
The Herald produces a newspaper about programs and services for older adults and people with disabilities.
The Port Gardner Vintage Auto Club presented checks to several organizations on Feb. 6. Proceeds came from the Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show… Continue reading
Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Crystal Donner to serve on the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. Donner, of Everett, is a civil engineer… Continue reading
Some people get confused by blank crosswalk buttons.
Fourth-graders at Silver First Elementary School in Everett obtained a special permit to raise 500 Wallace Falls coho salmon eggs. “Students learn to do all… Continue reading
“Something needs to happen now,” says an organizer. She knew a victim of the 2014 shooting at MPHS.
The wife of Sen. Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson died Feb. 24 at her home in Everett.
About $1.3 million of the funds would go toward upgrades at Camp Killoqua near Stanwood.
A report due in June will sort out what city, county and state officials think are the best options.
The 21-year-old Mill Creek man hit banks in Everett, Lynnwood, Lakewood and Mount Vernon.