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Crews are ready to remove the 10-by-60-foot Pilchuck Dam next week, one chunk of concrete at a time.
The agency gives drivers masks, but a union calls that insufficient and asks for more protections.
The owner, however, has said he will legally challenge the governor’s order requiring face coverings.
Instead of starting a bonfire, take your brush to one of three wood-chipping events.
The state will cut more than 400 acres next to Wallace Falls State Park and in the Reiter foothills.
Over 20 years after an initial cleanup, the state isn’t sure arsenic on a 9-acre lot is contained.
Flower World near Snohomish allegedly sent a letter to employees saying “employees cannot wear masks.”
The resort has been closed since March, when it shut down ski slopes over COVID-19 concerns.
Inslee modified Phase 1 requirements June 9, allowing some lap pools to reopen with restrictions.
The traditional sail-in cinema is transforming to meet Inslee’s Phase 2 requirements.
Empty shelves and headlines about the supply chain have driven Snohomish County consumers to buy local.
Snohomish County has plenty of water for the summer, but lots of forest growth can be a fire hazard.
Beekeepers say residents are mistaking bees and wasps for Asian giant hornets.
Some in the town of 175 fear outsiders could bring in the virus. Others just want things to get back to normal.
New research connects long-term exposure to air pollution with higher fatality rates from the coronavirus.
If you live in Woodway or Boulevard Bluffs in Everett, close the windows and turn off the AC Friday.
Despite hundreds of households lacking steady Wi-Fi, the majority of students are showing up online.
Snohomish County leaders are preparing now for a potential uptick in COVID-19, as social distancing is relaxed.
Skagit County’s signature event is a $65 million boon for the region. Not amid COVID-19. And maybe not in 2021.
Playgrounds and sports courts will stay closed in county parks. Cities are mostly following the same path.