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More than 700 names were submitted for the elementary. The civil rights leader said she “is honored.”
Riaz Khan, a Muslim born in India, has long sought elected office. Now he’s on the Mukilteo council.
The 8-foot chain saw chiseled dude with a mohawk and shouting mouth swivels around Arlington.
The program promotes confidence and connections. The message is “Find your happy pace.”
Audrey, 16, is active in theater and started a feminism club. “I’m very vocal, always raising my hand.”
The twice-a-year event in Snohomish by View Church has TLC for the cars — and for the moms.
The nearly 100-year-old building has a hodgepodge of stuff. Get a gym locker, or five. Bring cash.
It’s early this year, but it’s not too late to protect yourself.
Krampus Night in Europe is Dec. 5. The creepster is making the rounds in these parts as well.
There were hundreds of warm items — and some cool stuff — at a Granite Falls giveaway.
Sharen Heath’s First Street home is an artsy haven for birds — and a year-round head-turner.
Astronomers say rare storm could produce rates of 400 meteors per hour. It will only last an hour.
“Epstein didn’t kill himself” was a far cry from the usual fare of high-school pep and community spirit.
Jorge Ortiz, 17, a Lynnwood High senior, also is a bassist in the orchestra and a sandwich artist.
Rose Travis, 46, of Everett, won the “Dream Big” prize awarded annually to an Aegis Living employee.
The memorial for the longtime Tulalip tribal chairman brought tears and laughter — and lots of respect.
Drunk and homeless for decades, the well-known panhandler is performing his act clean and sober.
Some council and school board races are too close to predict. The next vote counts are Monday.
Our state is third in nation for alien craft encounters. UFOiTeam says it’s nothing to snicker about.
The travel guru bumps into his scarecrow Franken side on an Edmonds porch.