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It was the first death tied to COVID-19 in Snohomish County. Hundreds more cases may be undiagnosed.
Only YOU can prevent the theft of the famous fire prevention bear. Please keep your paws off.
Kya, 17, is editor in chief of the school paper. To her young cousins, she’s nail polisher in chief.
The school closed for two days as a precaution, after the family member of a staffer fell ill.
The school was first closed Thursday after a family member of a school employee became sick after travel.
Influenza has caused nine deaths in Snohomish County, 70 in the state and 16,000 nationwide.
Look for Marysville native Danielle Winship, 28, and her red-furred retriever at the New York event.
Ken Johnson kept his zest for life. “I always wanted to see what was around the bend the next day.”
The bond proposal for more learning spaces and better infrastructure is on the Feb. 11 ballot.
David George Gordon turns creepy crawlers and spindly spiders into kebabs and cookies.
He will continue to recover from home and has asked for privacy.
In-water welding at night will continue through mid-February. Pile driving clamors during the day.
Road closures were numerous after days of rain raised the Snohomish, Skykomish and Stillaguamish rivers.
He died Friday night in a front yard in the 1800 block of Chestnut St. Multiple shots were fired.
It was the second pedestrian death in Lynnwood this week.
A New England Journal of Medicine article with local expert insight is guiding officials worldwide.
Health officials are monitoring 67 people who were in close contact with the Snohomish County man.
Result is pending for another Snohomish County resident tested of 16 in state sent to CDC lab.
Tests results also pending for 2 UW students living on campus. Five cases are confirmed nationwide.
The longtime social worker figured why not turn @$#*%! into $$$. She started My Curse Purse.