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It’s only the third time in 120 years that the fair has been called off due to a global event.
Yet volunteers are scarce. In Edmonds, the food bank is down 100 helpers. Many regulars are “at risk.”
Here are the major events since the first U.S. patient with COVID-19 was hospitalized in Everett.
East Snohomish County had just weathered a bad winter storm, when COVID-19 gutted the recreation-based economy.
Gypsy moths can devastate forests. The state Agriculture Department plans to stop them from getting a foothold.
“We’re working Oso hours”: Big, urgent decisions begin at Snohomish County’s Emergency Coordination Center.
Similar to other orders, the tribes say reservation residents should stay home except to do essential tasks.
Fewer buses are running as at least nine transit employees have tested positive in Snohomish County.
Even the remotest trails on state Department of Natural Resources land are closing to the public.
The measure is the strictest in Washington but includes a few dozen exceptions, including Boeing.
Four Snohomish County bus drivers have coronavirus, Community Transit announced Thursday.
Plants like blackberries, holly and ivy can damage forests. They often show up where people are.
The Snohomish Utility District said it wants to avoid additional burdens on those staying home from work.
Some Snohomish County residents say they have lost faith in officials’ ability to handle the outbreak.
An anxiously awaited study on Columbia Basin salmon could have a ripple effect in Snohomish County.
Spencer Sawyer, 17, believes in pushing herself. She’s already working on university applications.
A Redmond man was arrested around 4 a.m. Saturday after fleeing state troopers by car and on foot.
Wild winter steelhead are at a historic low in the Sultan River, with just 55 of the fish counted in 2019.
Regina Lewis, 16, moved from California in 2018. She built a community here by saying “yes” to new things.
Overcrowded parking in the ski area and heavy traffic on U.S. 2 prompted the new weekend service.