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Jack Arends of Everett doesn’t know how long his heart will last, but he was determined to fulfill his duty.
For some, serving customers on sidewalks and in the street has been a way to stay in business.
Owners of the Maltby Cafe feared closure, but a wave of business and donations has thwarted the end.
Everett’s innovative team of a police officer and a social worker aided them in their time of greatest need.
As the search for Charlie Cortez continued, a memorial at the Tulalip marina collected well-wishes.
“Colors of Fall” distributed food and resources to more than 200 cars on Monday.
Ronald Borovec, a longtime aviation enthusiast, was active in the Experimental Aircraft Association.
Trials in District Court could resume in a month. Superior Court jury trials are on hold until 2021.
They survived the closures in the spring but worry about what lies ahead as the infection spreads.
Edmonds College and Everett Community College report increases of workers interested in education.
Officials offered no timeline for repairs saying the building’s landlord is responsible for the work.
Liz Vogeli lets lyrics describe disappointment after a housing proposal for homeless students was rejected.
Sen. Ron Muzzall leads by 600 votes and Greg Gilday trails Democrat Angie Homola by only 120 votes.
Finding the woman, who suffered serious injuries near Darrington while trail running, was the easy part.
The 126,700-square-foot Quil Ceda Creek Casino will replace the current one across the road.
Housing Hope’s plan to develop the field, to house homeless students and their families, failed by a 4-2 vote.
“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.