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At 18, teens can vote, get tattoos and go to war, but can no longer purchase those products.
Walkers can now have a front row vantage point of the action as the new terminal takes shape.
This is the third year in a row the PUD hasn’t raised electric and water rates.
Kelly Howell, 53, of Mill Creek, was connected with her half-sibling in California by a 23andMe test.
Loa Griesbach’s days revolve around family, work, adventure, fashion, blogging — and her ventilator.
The annual outbreak has not yet peaked, so it’s not too late to get a flu shot, officials say.
Health code violations were found in inspection after 8 people reported intestinal illnesses.
It is unknown if health code violations were related to 8 who reported intestinal illnesses.
A vote by the City Council to decrease compensation ended in a tie, so it failed on its second try.
The virus is linked to four people with drug use history and living homeless in the Marysville area.
They’re the first apples developed in Washington, and growers planted 12 million Cosmic Crisp trees.
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.