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The popular annual free comic day blockbuster was reworked by the pandemic to last all summer.
Graduate third grade? Check. Learn rock guitar? Check. Become a chess champion? Checkmate.
The door on Cultus Bay Road has been a South Whidbey Island icon for 30 years. Here’s the story.
The new program expands eligibility for discounts based on income and household size.
The whale, age 3, has not been seen since being struck Monday. His companion was later seen alone.
Andy and Becky Otter got a resurgence of fame when the A&E reality TV show was picked up by Netflix.
Phil Sacks, injured by shrapnel in combat, drew salutes marching through the streets of Edmonds.
With service reduced around Puget Sound due to the pandemic, it will not be the fun ferry ride of yore.
Those infected did not work in passenger areas. Reduced service is likely due to crew shortages.
Steve Breeden bolted the replica to his deck for year-round patriotism and quirky fun.
The Whidbey Island route will have one boat. Expect long lines. Stay home if it’s not essential.
Harris, 32, was among six finalists for the seat vacated by Anna Rhorbough.
“Bring Home the Bacon” has a cute cartoon pig and porky smell. Top prize in the state game is $50,000.
Stores are open at Everett and Alderwood malls and the outlets in Tulalip. But new rules apply.
Mukilteo and Edmonds routes will have reduced boat service. Saturday’s wait was 3 hours from Clinton.
A field of 20 is now down to six. They are contenders for a seat vacated by Anna Rohrbough.
Salons are busy styling and removing hair in Phase 2. But no more wine or magazines for clients.
Mike Papadimitriou, 90, closed the shop his uncle started in 1934. He’s retiring, and will be missed.
The building with a colorful past of dancing and fine dining at 1414 Hewitt Ave. is for rent — again.
The state classifies them as gatherings and says no more than five people can attend — per week.