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The morning host of radio station 107.7 The End has traded Seattle vibe for Snohomish family life.
“Don’t use cursive lettering … kids can’t read that anymore.”
Science rocks when Greg Crowther belts out tunes for Everett Community College students.
Summit Assistance Dogs are schooled for two years. First, the pups must learn to behave in public.
More volunteers and sponsors are needed to keep the event from going dark after this year.
A $2 million grant funds studies into opioid abuse and Alzheimer’s disease at Stanford University.
Powerball jackpot is $750 million. “It’s “all about the anticipation,” says Everett winner of $190,000.
Healthy Youth Survey results show concerning vaping trends in Snohomish County.
Hart and two others are named to All-Washington Academic Team of top scholars from community colleges.
Today’s vernal equinox brings longer, brighter days ahead and leaves winter woes behind.
Jake Douglas, a Cal Poly junior, went on to win after “Food Fight on the Cafeteria” blunder.
An elementary gym teacher with donated drums knows how to channel all that fidgety energy.
Artist Jackie Cort primarily works in encaustic, which is the use of melted beeswax and a torch.
Repair Cafe is a four-hour window to get something fixed for free, keeping it out of landfills.
High school standout Jake Douglas spins the big colorful wheel on Monday’s show.
Even if you can’t comprehend 3.14 to infinity, you can still have fun and eat pie.
March 24 is a national day for soft bread with juicy meat and oozy cheese.
Old and young play together at Seniors & Sprouts. “It’s energizing … stimulating. It fills a void.”
Back from the jungles of Panama, Max Djenohan said Sunday’s episode will be “gnarly.”
People can critique design choices at tonight’s open house to replace the old gateway sign.