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After fish season, work begins in August for in-water structures. Terminal on track for fall 2020.
Dude, beer can earrings are like, totally, a bonus in “Almost Live!” contest to art up a signal box.
From seed to sales, Kamiak life skills students show off their green thumbs and hone their pitches.
Officials listed places the contagious teen visited. He is among five new cases statewide.
That mysterious eyesore by the sea will be replaced by a new research center. “It’s all going to go.”
David Zinman’s inexpensive Mother’s Day present to her became a priceless gift for him.
Design for new Edmonds gateway signs gets $20,000 nod. It should be up by fall.
The May 20 City Council meeting might put the issue on the general election ballot in November.
In its second week, Snohomish Farmers Market had 66 vendors Thursday. Everett’s opens on Sunday.
Caleb Sanders, a senior at Grace Academy in Marysville, plans to major in business.
Judy Kusakabe, born at Camp Harmony, shares her story with students: “Nobody ever talked about it.”
Shops are ready for onslaught of fans seeking freebies. “It is the Super Bowl of comic books.”
The real thing would be seismically serious, but getting a feel for what’s to come can be fun.
Elvis albums, fish flip-flops, biker chaps are among finds in Mukilteo. Marie Kondo will never know.
Cloudstone opens to the public for a rare glimpse at pieces “small as a chair and as large as a truck.”
The family business operates Washington Bulb Company and destination playground RoozenGaarde.
Callia Park won Best of Show in Invent Washington and is headed to the nationals. Patent pending.
Roger Sweet of Lake Stevens had a hand in creating the 1980s Masters of the Universe series.
It’s more than a 220-foot-long wall made of rocks; it’s the foundation of a transatlantic love story.
The Whidbey Island ride might be short, but it’s the busiest for traffic — 2.3 million vehicles per year.