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With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.
Stanwood is already teaching kindergartners on campus. Sultan and Arlington will soon follow suit.
First-year Mayor Brett Gailey, who retired from Everett PD this year, could land a six-figure salary
At a rally in Olympia, the Snohomish County sheriff vowed to stay positive as he defended his record.
Justices say the sheriff’s rehiring of deputies fired for misconduct can be included on petitions.
Grades will be given and roll taken. There will be recess and passing time between online classes.
WSDOT says it crunched the numbers again: An interchange at Highway 529 and I-5 will be built as planned.
The latest tally shows a decrease in the infection rate — to almost half of what it was during a surge in July.
Pandemic is forcing all Snohomish County public schools to begin the year with remote learning
The college will pay $2.1 million for property that has been a home of the fraternal order since 2005.
Candidate April Berg suffered a broken back and fractured ribs in a head-on crash on Election Day.
Teachers want more prep time than the district is offering. A mediator will try to resolve the dispute.
It’s not the same, but Democrats and Republicans are participating with laptop computers and TVs.
Snohomish County politicians admired his ability to listen and willingness to reach across the aisle.
AG Ferguson sues, alleging the U.S. Postal Service leader acted without following federal law.
Election officials certified results Tuesday. A late surge pushed turnout to the best showing since 1964.
Republicans want to tackle a deficit. Gov. Jay Inslee and other Dems are waiting to see what Congress does.
Among other cuts, the district plans to axe a school resource officer and leave vacant jobs unfilled.
The continuing pandemic and recession likely were factors in the district’s second bond setback in three years.
They say the Democratic vice-presidential candidate will crack open a door long shut to women of color.