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“You name it, if they need it, we’ve got it,” says the Connections Center’s foster care liaison.
The Everett City Council will deliberate Wednesday on the multi-family, supportive housing proposal.
Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, is opposed by Progressive Kathryn Lewandowsky of Arlington.
Tuesday afternoon some 12,000 customers were without electricity, the PUD said.
Two seats in the state House representing parts of Everett and Marysville are up for grabs.
Employers made space for students to attend virtual classes on-site. But at least one learning pod had to shut down.
Friday food distributions at Faith Lutheran Church in Everett serve about 1,600 people each week.
Snohomish Mayor John Kartak claimed he mistook the meaning of a meme about “peaceful protests.”
A Postal official said new boxes have been ordered, but there was no timeline for installation.
Workers say Fred Meyer and QFC stores have banned “Black Lives Matter” buttons at work.
Online or by phone, resources are widely accessible as millions struggle with mental health.
After a 3-3 vote on the land-use changes, no recommendation will be given to the Everett City Council.
The event was the first for EvCC’s American Association for Women at Community Colleges chapter.
By a 6-2 vote, the commission advised against Housing Hope’s rezoning efforts on Norton Ave.
The sheriff’s office this year has had 330 calls for search and rescue in Snohomish County.
More than 56% of voters used a drop box this August. The county auditor expects more use this fall.
A state economist said Washington’s slight jobless rise conveys the delicate nature of the situation.
Three Republicans won in the primary including Bill Bruch defeating Rep. Dave Paul, D-Oak Harbor.
Amid COVID precautions, drive-thru ceremony in Everett Friday recognized hard work behind and ahead.
The Snohomish County parks director recommends having a plan B in case your first choice is too crowded.