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Rules issued Wednesday allow the restart of spiritual services — with limits on the number of worshipers.
In April, 91,383 were unemployed in the county. The aerospace sector was hit especially hard.
State relies on results of tests and death certificates in calculating the daily toll of the disease.
“It is my constitutional right to be open,” says a co-owner of PA Fitness. He plans to countersue.
Meanwhile, a new report reveals initial $428M hit to tax collections for the state budget
The Lake Stevens state senator cited extended duty with Washington National Guard as a factor.
No race attracted more candidates than for governor, which includes Inslee, Eyman and Goodspaceguy.
Restaurants may still ask customers for information that contact tracers could use to stop an outbreak.
Robinson, a House member for seven sessions, is succeeding John McCoy who retired in April
Justices on Wednesday considered cases in which an Everett man and others went rogue and didn’t vote for Clinton.
A force of 1,371, including 351 from the National Guard, will assist local health districts statewide
An Everett man and two others contend the Constitution allowed them to put country ahead of party.
With COVID, all filing is online and, for now, campaigning will be a virtual experience for all.
The Snohomish County Council will decide May 13 on a successor to John McCoy, who retired last month.
A new report warns there may be billions of dollars less for programs and services in coming years.
Phase one begins today; barber shops, hair salons and limited restaurant dining coming next month.
If Rep. June Robinson is tapped for the vacancy, several people are interested in her House seat.
The GOP candidate for governor says he’s been prevented from conducting Bible studies in his home.
Gov. Inslee clears way for elective surgeries but won’t say how long stay home order will be extended
Board members say passage of the measure will help the community recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.