Words matter. Inclusive language is the message of a guide that is spinning on social media.
The book is not banned in the school district. The last book brought before the school board was by Maya Angelou.
Solving the daily five-letter brain teaser in six tries is the latest social media obsession.
The school board on Monday voted to remove it from the list for ninth-graders, at the urging of teachers and students.
Keith Reyes, 64, visits a Stanwood nail salon for “foot treatments” that help soothe blast injuries.
Speakers offered varying opinions on whether the novel should be required. The board is to decide Jan. 24.
Jack Rice, 17, started a free service to help seniors connect with tech. “He’s a hero around here.”
On Monday, the board considers removing the novel from ninth-grade required reading due to racism complaint.
He’s the city’s first mayor elected to serve three terms. Ten people applied to fill his City Council seat.
Officials will give updates on ferry delays and the alternate service plan.
Shirley Howard, 86, has two other kids, ages 60 and 62. They didn’t know they had a big brother. They welcomed him.
William Jones, 85, created a pair of pants with eyes that winked. They went viral. His wife Otila, 67, was a beloved CNA.
An Everett couple pushes Auggie Doggie in a stroller and engages others to share their pet tales.
The name has ties to indigenous culture and a Nirvana album. In English, it means “stinking water.”
The Wintertide display is nightly through Dec. 31 at Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens in Legion Park.
Singles have five minutes to see if there’s a spark during two old-school face-to-face dating events.
The marble-floored Everett estate is among several pricey pads for sale. A Woodway wonder is $16 million.
Mukilteo teen rode his bike across the country to help raise money for the center that helped him.
Portraits put a face on rescue pets and give human painters of all ages a creative outlet.
The deadline to apply is Dec. 23. The last time there was an open seat, 20 people applied.