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After an earlier premature announcement, very late Thursday the district said it indeed had a deal.
A new task force is tackling an old question: How best to give public access to legislators’ records.
The state Supreme Court nullified a remarkable compromise over police use of deadly force.
Teachers picketed Tuesday, which was to be the first day of classes in Stanwood and Camano Island.
A hand tally of ballots confirmed Brian Luke’s runner-up finish in the August congressional primary.
The lack of deals may disrupt the start of classes in Arlington, Monroe and Stanwood-Camano schools.
The Washington State Patrol knows how it will run the program but needs money to get started.
Big raises aren’t the only thing in the new Everett Education Association contract.
The two-year agreement boosts the salary for veteran instructors by 20 percent to nearly $121,000.
With contracts set to expire Friday, it’s crunch time for districts and unions to reach agreements.
Brian Luke and Gary Franco are vying to be runner-up and face the incumbent on the November ballot.
In some cases, contributions did not get disclosed until more than two years after they were received.
Her critics say they were circumvented and left in the dark on severance payments to former employees.
Historically, justices really don’t like to mess with initiatives before voters get a crack at them.
School could be delayed as negotiations intensify in nearly every district in Snohomish County.
Challengers Brian Luke and Gary Franco are separated by fewer than 100 votes in the primary tally.
It now goes to the state Supreme Court to decide if Initiative 1639 will be on the ballot this fall.
The deal needs to be ratified by the teachers union and be approved by the school board.
Republicans have to worry about Trump. Meanwhile, big money is flowing into initiative campaigns.
Firearms in the home must be “unusable” to all but the owner or those they’ve authorized to use it.