Christmas tree farms generate about $688,000 each season for Snohomish County farmers. Some are still open for business.
Democrat Clyde Shavers won by 211 votes against incumbent state Rep. Greg Gilday. It’s close enough for a recount.
Since middle-school students started getting released at 1:15 p.m. Fridays, downtown businesses saw a rise in disruptive behavior.
Fans gathered at the Irishmen pub to watch the U.S. take on England in a World Cup match. The game ended in a 0-0 draw.
The hawk, found about three weeks ago, was likely hit by a car. PAWS rehabilitated the young bird.
The Darrington Wood Innovation Center is set to manufacture cross-laminated timber for modular homes.
The covered, outdoor rinks feature real ice plus holiday music and treats. Skates are included with all tickets.
The Austrian duo will bring mind reading and magic to the Tulalip Resort Casino on Friday.
This year’s event featured more than 25 workshops. It’s the first time the conference has been held since 2019.
The Snohomish PUD remained confident the bulk of those customers would get power back on Thursday.
A key 10th District race was shaken up by a resume scandal. Meanwhile, Sam Low was beating Rep. Robert Sutherland in a GOP duel.
All outages from Friday’s storm should be fixed by Thursday, per Snohomish PUD. Power was being restored Monday in North Everett.
Statement issued after candidate’s father wrote three-page letter asserting his son never served as submarine officer.
A cold and soggy spring. An unusually warm October. This year’s weather brought ups and downs for county agriculture.
Clyde Shavers claimed to be a nuclear submarine officer. His father says ‘not even for a day.’
The city will pay $961,000 for the vacant land owned by the Smokey Point Community Church.
Two state House seats in the swing district have attracted more money than other legislative races in Snohomish County.
U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene met with leaders of Snohomish County food banks and nonprofits to talk about the ongoing shortage Thursday.
In the swing district’s Position 2, Republican challenger Karen Lesetmoe took 45.6% in the primary against incumbent Dave Paul.
Incumbent Greg Gilday and Clyde Shavers are in a tight, heated race for state House to serve Whidbey, Camano and the Stanwood area.