Thursday, September 21, 2023
No one was injured. Police heard gunfire in the area of 26th Street and Lombard Avenue.
The owner of the Malicious Women Co. doesn’t expect to receive any money from the Malicious Mermaid, a Florida-based copycat.
Sidney Montooth boarded her horse Blaze. When he died, she was “a wreck” — and at a loss as to what to do with his remains.
The Cougars dispute an incorrectly spotted ball by officials on a penalty-riddled play in the 3rd quarter. The game will resume from that point in Week 10.
An in-depth look at the best games the area has to offer, plus a full schedule of the local action in Week 4.
Quil Ceda Creek Casino chef shares recipe for a burger that would have delighted Jimmy Buffett.
The Everett restaurant’s slow-cooked beef tacos have earned a cult following — and it’s not just about the cheese.
The skateboarding funny-man will record an hour of his stand-up at the Historic Everett Theater.
Alex Johnston, 31, describes his music as ”if Coldplay and Bon Iver had a love child.”
Gravitics is building space station module prototypes to one day house space travelers and researchers.
Orca Mobility’s battery-powered, three-wheel truck is built on a motorcycle frame. Now, they aim to make it self-driving.
We don’t need a repeat of uncontrolled infections or of the divisions over vaccines and masks.
Comments are sought on a plan to restore fish habitat to the island east of Everett with popular trails.
The Panthers ride three wins in singles play to a hard-fought 4-3 win over the Warriors.
The Vikings win 103-80 in an early season meet of likely Wesco North title contenders.
The council voted to approve the measure by a 6-3 vote on Tuesday, aligning the city’s code with a new state law.
Wahkiakum School District argued the state’s duty to amply fund education extended to capital projects. One justice scolded the state, saying the current system is unfair to small districts.
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