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Community Spotlight

Oso Fire Department has annual salmon bake The Oso Fire Department holds its annual salmon bake and auction at 4 p.m. Saturday at 21824 Highway… Continue reading

North County Update

Arlington Volunteers needed for Taste of Decadence Volunteers are needed for Village Community Service’s Taste of Decadence fundraising event, scheduled for June 26, 2009, at… Continue reading

Oso residents want to use old school as community center

Gail Moffett is frustrated. As president of a group of motivated Oso residents, she longs to see a gathering place where the small… Continue reading

Floods may strike hard and fast

Heavy rains in the mountains and already swollen rivers may add up to big trouble in Snoho­mish County river valleys today. Major flooding is forecast… Continue reading

Stronger hunting laws for young hunters proposed

When a 14-year-old hunter accidentally shot and killed Pamela Almli of Oso as she hiked along a trail in August, legislators began thinking… Continue reading

Bill would limit young hunters

With memories of a tragedy on their minds, lawmakers are on course this year to bar young hunters from going out alone. On… Continue reading

Search and rescue crews looking for 2 men on Wheeler Mountain

OSO – Snohomish County Search and Rescue crews are looking for two men believed to be in trouble on Wheeler Mountain about 15 miles south… Continue reading

Rescuers find loggers stuck in woods outside Oso

Snohomish County Search and Rescue crews on Thursday helped a pair of loggers whose truck got stuck on Wheeler Mountain about 15 miles… Continue reading

Digging goes on and on

Snowplows came through early along Highway 530 near Oso. That was Jennifer Koch’s first problem. The plows piled the snow up along the entrance to… Continue reading

Public Meetings

Everett City Council, 8:30 a.m. today, city council chambers, 3002 Wetmore Ave. The agenda includes the final public hearing on the proposed $505.7 million 2009… Continue reading

Judge wants AG’s emails in Oso mudslide liability case

The state Attorney General’s Office must hand over emails from its lawyers and expert witnesses to help a judge determine exactly who among… Continue reading

House approves young hunter limits

Hunters under age 14 would need adult supervision on public land under a bill that’s been approved by the state House. The bill… Continue reading

Judge to consider sanctions regarding Oso slide lawsuit

A King County judge is scheduled Wednesday morning to consider whether sanctions are appropriate after attorneys defending Washington admitted their hired experts have… Continue reading

Lake Cavanaugh Road to close for repairs

Lake Cavanaugh Road is expected to close through mid-July to allow Snohomish County road crews to repair damage from winter snow and rain.… Continue reading

County no longer wants your old electronics

Snohomish County’s solid waste division is pulling out of a popular state program for recycling electronics — only months after it got started.… Continue reading

Art show goes on without barn

Though the barn collapsed in the December snow, the Art in the Barn show continues Saturday. When Brian Yantis went out the morning… Continue reading

Even without its barn, Oso art show goes on

There is always room for art at the Yantis farm. The Arlington Arts Council is holding its fifth annual Art in the Barn… Continue reading

Teen found guilty in death of Oso hiker

A judge in Mount Vernon says the teen who killed a Sauk Mountain hiker he mistook for a bear is guilty of… Continue reading

State: Mudslide-case email deletions were honest mistake

Attorneys defending Washington against claims that the state should be held partly responsible for the misery caused by the Oso mudslide admitted Friday… Continue reading

County roads deadlier in August

GETCHELL — Three people died in three consecutive days on Snohomish County roads late last month, making it one of the deadliest periods this year.… Continue reading