Snohomish County Councilmember Nate Nehring efforts failed to delay the vote and failed to require residents to get addiction treatment.
Monoclonal antibodies could lead to the first drug designed to fight meth addiction. Everett was chosen due to its high meth use.
The county plans to buy and transform more hotels soon. The County Council will hear public comment Aug. 17.
This club has been around for 83 years. They’ll tell you what rocks their world — and how to identify “leaverite.”
“I’ve never seen this kind of need in my career,” said Van Dinh-Kuno, of Everett-based Refugee Immigrant Services Northwest.
A Stanwood trio plans to launch their first board game, using fungi and recycled materials to teach about Borneo rainforests.
The inaugural outdoor basketball competition continues today. Watch teams such as Bánh Mì Boyz, Father’s Yacht and Pink Fluffy Unicorns play on.
Sheriff Adam Fortney told County Council his team has been working for years to fix faulty data from as far back as 2016.
Meet three women whose degrees are just as valuable as their experience with addiction, incarceration and homelessness.
Who has fentanyl taken from us? A messenger who saved lives. A “street mom.” A grandpa who loved his grandkids “999 trillion times.”
Providence set up a command center and diverted resources. A nurse said we’re watching “the collapse of health care.”
The outgoing health officer has “nothing but confidence” in his successor. The two say they had similar approaches to COVID.
After a unanimous vote, the Snohomish Health District is set to become part of county government.
Doctors say the medication is vital to fend off an onslaught of overdoses. Yet in recovery circles, there’s resistance.
Vaux’s swifts are back in town. Armed with pencils and scrap paper, volunteers count thousands at a time.
Councilmember Nate Nehring said it would violate his “personal conscience” by “celebrating particular lifestyles.”
There are no new mandates in Washington or Snohomish County. But “we really have an opportunity to get ahead of this.”
The troupe’s new recurring “Boozie Newzie” show is based off clippings from The Daily Herald. Meta, dude.
Yes, Digable Planets will be at Everett’s Fisherman’s Village fest, but here’s a peek at some acts you might not know.
“My heart just bleeds for this (expletive) town,” said Jeremy DeBardi, of the Everett multi-genre supergroup Steel Beans.