John Kartak and Linda Redmon have diametrically opposed ideas of the mayor’s role on social issues.
Four of five races are contested in the city. There are clear divisions between conservative and liberal candidates.
The city is booming with development. Now four incumbents look to fend off challengers.
Among other concerns, a 14-year-old student says she was forcibly kissed by a boy in the hallway.
On appeal, Labor and Industries reduced a $19,800 penalty regarding public works employee safety by $3,600.
One candidate is concerned about “Critical Race Theory.” Others see more pressing issues.
The worker and his boss, Public Works Director Eric Durpos, were put on leave for an incident at a grievance meeting.
“When I was in third grade, that was the first time I was called the n-word by a white man,” one student recalls.
Mayor John Kartak calls his city “the most wonderful community on earth.” A new movie offers another perspective.
Over half of the campaign dollars for four candidates came from people tied to real estate or property development.
Roughly 500 union members were working on projects in Snohomish County. It was among the largest strikes in 18 years.
Workers are back on the job with a tentative agreement that includes a 15.43% raise over three years.
A documentary film about the May 2020 events in downtown Snohomish debuts on Oct. 16.
A sunset gathering Thursday brought attention to mistreatment of children at Tulalip and elsewhere.
The city says the state erred in an inspection of the Public Works department, in one case blaming a “rogue” employee.
His children — 3, 2, and 6 months — were killed in April. Little can console his unimaginable loss.
The Marysville Civic Center and an Everett Amazon building are among dozens of construction sites affected.
Amazon, NorthPoint are coming but the state will not begin widening Highway 531 until 2023.
The city replaced a broken culvert earlier this year to address flooding. The work isn’t done.
Erik Denton and his family will collect toys Saturday in honor of the kids: Joanna, Terry and Sierra.