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A hospital tech has started a group for self-described misfits and outcasts who are into creepy things.
Alison Brynelson has worked in the district 27 years and was the only internal applicant.
PUD ramps up for storm season and potential power outages. You need to get yourself ready, too.
The building taking shape on the waterfront is set to open on schedule in the fall of 2020.
Bev’s granddaughter is moving into the 21st century and a bigger space. But it’ll always be Bev’s place.
After serving as deputy, she’ll take over when Marci Larsen retires Dec. 31.
Jack Kuna, 17, brings the footballs to the field. “I’m always there to help them out.”
The Snohomish High season opener game is tonight. It’s the ‘glue that keeps the community together.’
It will cover medical bills and buy a first vacation for an Everett family that was homeless six months.
Artist Tim Leonard’s neon signs bring a pop of color to laid-back village by the sea.
Nothing says fall like Fecal Fest at Woodland Park Zoo. Enter the online lottery for gardening gold.
Package with answer sheets was in a FedEx facility somewhere between Everett and Iowa City.
Cliff Edwards has spent 46 years taking care of the final resting places of our loved ones.
The suspects allegedly tried to take the dog at knifepoint and threatened to kill the people at home.
The catwalk between Andersen Insurance Agency and Beverly’s Auto Licensing is a tradition for many.
Diners at Ashiya Teriyaki on 164th Street SW from Aug. 2 to 15 should contact a healthcare provider.
The students completed the high-stakes test at Mariner High in June. Where are they?
Shane McDaniel’s face is on bags of two flavors of Lay’s chips as part of Operation Smile.
These used boards, 200 yards’ worth, have been dropped off over the years at a garden store in Sultan.
The little corner market sold a $120,000 Hit 5 ticket Wednesday — a month after a $12.2M Lotto jackpot