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Water transmission lines are being raised as part of the 91st Ave SE extension near the future Costco.
Aviation-related federal revenue is covering the cost. The Snohomish airport has been family-owned since 1944.
The city has until Sept. 15 to undo site preparation for a pedestrian bridge over Stevens Creek.
Adults helped organize the first Youth Advocacy Committee. The students will take it from there.
After the city acquired the area through interlocal agreement, some new residents feel they had no say.
Deputy Chief Jeff Beazizo became Lake Stevens’ top cop after Chief John Dyer retired on Aug. 18.
Michelle Bennett, who has served as interim chief for five months, will be paid $184,694 a year.
Without state approval, the city plowed ahead with a pedestrian bridge in North Cove Park.
Michelle Bennett “really knocked it out of the park” during the hiring process, the City Council president said.
About 30 people gathered in Snohomish to demonstrate against vaccination requirements.
A woodland off 20th Street SE has been leveled, leaving wildlife in search of new habitat.
One is local, two are from across the nation. They all bring decades of experience.
The Blue Heron Canoe family has embarked on a two-week journey, launching from the Edmonds waterfront.
Four candidates are vying for the highly contested District Director 4 seat.
Traffic improvement projects near the Cascade Industrial Center will take shape over the next decade.
The incumbent and his challengers have different goals for the city of about 10,100 people.
Longtime Lynnwood residents are vying for Lynnwood City Council Position 2.
Lisa Utter, Josh Binda and James Rutherford are seeking Position 3 on the Lynnwood City Council.
Two political newcomers and a former City Council member are vying for an open seat
When it was built in 1992, Kids’ Oasis at Mount Pilchuck Elementary was unlike anything else.