Ian Davis-Leonard

Cuts, coronavirus create concealed-carry license backlog

More than 2,000 people await permits as applications to the sheriff’s office have increased in June.

 

70,000 jobless, but county unemployment rate decreases by 3%

After “disastrous April,” state economist says business is slowly coming back as Washington reopens.

 

After surviving COVID-19, couple donates plasma for research

Donations of coronavirus plasma at Everett’s PlasmaLab International are sent across the globe to study.

 

U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear Everett bikini barista argument

The issue likely isn’t over and it’s unlikely the baristas will be forced to button-up anytime soon.

After decades in district, Evergreen librarian checks out

Gregg Elder taught, coached and supported during his 43 years in the Everett School District.

No one backing down on uniforms at newest Everett school

An online petition requesting the dress code requirement be delayed has almost 300 signatures.

Not registered? You can still vote in the primary election

Same-day registration allows a person to cast a vote in some of the 28 local races.

Six vie for two seats on Everett School Board

Transparency and student opportunities are key as candidates aspire to make November ballot.

Reward offered in case of Lake Stevens bat abuse

The bat was found hanging from fishing line with a fishing hook intentionally embedded in his cheek.

Snohomish County to ask voters: Do you want a fireworks ban?

The council voted unanimously on Wednesday to add the nonbinding question to the November ballot.

In Lake Stevens signage debate, city ordinance may be unlawful

A Lake Stevens code regulating sign size based on content is violating a 2015 Supreme Court ruling.

Merger would make mega fire district with 162,000 residents

Lake Stevens area voters will decide whether to join a district serving Monroe and Mill Creek.

As services expand, food bank needs community assistance

Volunteers of America is doubling efforts in Everett and will turn to the public to make it happen.

Sentencing delayed in case of man who froze to death

The Everett man pleaded guilty to robbery and agreed to testify against pair charged with murder.

New school’s uniform requirement creates storm with parents

Tambark Elementary’s policy has some up in arms at the Everett School District’s newest campus.

Demolition moving fast on historic Judd & Black building

Built in 1892, the building burned last year in an unsolved arson. Now its walls are coming down for good.

Third group of Providence workers pickets for a new contract

Technicians and professionals are seeking wage increases and want to keep their sick leave benefits.

County considers asking voters if fireworks should be banned

The Snohomish County Council could use the non-binding results to shape future decisions.

Monument marks 85 years of service to County by Sievers men

The Sievers Plaza honors father and son, Verne and Kirke, who were elected 21 times between them.

Accomplice in Jack in the Box homicide pleads guilty

Kodi Anderson accepted the consequences for his role in an incident that left Raul Cuadros, 19, dead.