Teens with the Sky Valley Youth Coalition “stepped up and created the store” on Main Street.
Shelves are bare and prices are up. But there are resources for Snohomish County mothers in need.
Community Supported Agriculture programs give farmers guaranteed income, regardless of freak weather or hungry deer.
No cases of avian flu have been confirmed here. But its arrival could be devastating for poultry farmers.
Black-and-white stripes are a vibrant pop against the farmland at Flying M Ranch and Horses in rural Snohomish County.
An open house will be held on Wednesday about several ideas to ease traffic jams. Most options call for a wider highway.
Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue sees about 20 to 25 water calls per year. Many of those are preventable.
Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue is allowing them to return, but they must be tested daily.
Locals came to check out the high-tech store, with $3 avocado toast and cameras watching customers’ every move.
Fertilizer prices doubled. Global wheat supply is under threat due to war. Gas, too. And that may add up to smaller yields.
It will have an organic garden, a common house and a vision for tight-knit community. Residents would buy their own homes.
The 11-1 vote comes amid a national movement of workers unionizing at Amazon, Starbucks and elsewhere.
After-school activities and dozens of jobs could be on the chopping block. Voters will decide April 26.
They walked out last week, saying they were short-staffed. “It all happened really fast,” one barista said.
The death is the latest in an ongoing unusual mortality event for gray whales. This one appeared to be malnourished.
The city will convert one soccer field to synthetic turf as part of a $1.7 million upgrade of Strawberry Fields.
Brian and Marnie Anderson “were instrumental in the progression of this fire department” east of Lake Stevens.
More than 40 started classes here in March. For many, it’s their first school since fleeing the Taliban takeover.
Results are expected April 15. If workers vote in favor, they would be the only unionized Verizon stores outside New York.
Monroe’s original library at the old City Hall will now house a community meeting room and museum exhibits.