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Vintage cars will rule the road at Everett’s Cruzin’ to Colby
The annual show this weekend makes downtown “the place to play on Memorial Day.”
Flags tell Monroe woman’s transgender journey — and more
The flagpole in her front yard is a visual for Facebook posts about who Melissa Batson is and how she got there.
14-mile scenic stretch of Mountain Loop Highway opens early
The highway between Granite Falls and Darrington reopened to traffic on Friday due to good weather.
Jackson High’s global TikTok star is chalk full of ideas
Sam Bowles, 18, uses vibrant videos and social media fame to raise awareness of autism.
Sold as elixir, kratom popularity surges in ‘Wild West’ of legality
Doctors warn kratom, an opioid alternative, is addictive and ripe for abuse. Yet it’s unregulated and sold at any smokeshop.
This Snohomish store has the goods from HGTV’s ‘Unsellable House’
Take home the design and decor savvy of hometown real estate twins Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis.
Everett rally draws 400-plus abortion rights supporters
Saturday’s rally was part of “Bans Off Our Bodies” protests in response to the impending overturn of Roe v. Wade.
Mukilteo-Clinton ferry riders get their two-boat service back
The Edmonds-Kingston route could be next, depending on COVID-19 cases and crew shortages.
They’ve got (snail) mail: Mariner High students have Japanese pen pals
For many, it’s the first time writing a letter on paper — and making a friend on the other side of the globe.
Shopping like it’s 2019: Yard sales are back!
The rite of bargain-hunting in Snohomish County lawns and driveways resumes in post-pandemic splendor.
Candy collectible sale to honor girl who died of cancer at 9
Money raised Saturday at BobaKhan Toys in Everett goes to Seattle Children’s cancer research.
Electric car owners enjoy kicking the dinosaur fuel habit
The number of Washington drivers plugging in is growing, but the upfront cost of electric vehicles is high.
Got ideas? 26-acre Mukilteo waterfront beckons improvement
There’s an open house on Thursday. See what’s on the drawing board so far from 11 landowners.
$100 a steak at Costco? Japanese Wagyu cows sure are pricey
The highly marbled steaks melt like butter and are rich in flavor. And now the masses can enjoy them.
Get some retail therapy at a Providence hospital gift shop
The Providence Regional Medical Center gift shops reopened after being closed two years due to COVID-19.
Who’s the best Elvis? They’ll croon for ‘The King’ crown
Get all shook up at “Kentucky Rain Band’s Elvis Challenge” on Friday at the Historic Everett Theatre.
‘Everything we sell sucks’: The dirt on Everett’s most accurate ad
The sign at the vacuum-cleaner store on Broadway gets attention and laughs. And every so often, it goes viral.
Snohomish sisters shine in new season of ‘Unsellable Houses’
The 13 new episodes show that with elbow grease and ingenuity, nothing is unsellable in this wild market.
Zip and Zap? Volt and Watt? Help name PUD’s squirrel mascots
The public utility is taking a vote on names. Squirrels trampled Bigfoot in a vote for the mascot species.
Bounce, baby, bounce! Everett’s Flying Squirrel is spring-loaded
The new indoor trampoline center at a former Toys R Us site is filled with ways to burn off energy.