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Mother says Tulalip remains are her son, missing since 2018
Authorities suspect the bones found Sunday came from Jacob Hilkin, 24, but that hasn’t been confirmed.
Human remains found in Tulalip might be those of missing man
A nearby resident was building a motorcycle path in the woods when they came across skeletal remains.
Meth, tire rubber among new pollutants found in Puget Sound
New tech let researchers identify 64 chemicals for the first time. Some are at concerning levels.
After this rain and wind, mother nature will give us break
Landslides and flooded roads were rampant Friday as the extreme weather continued. It might let up Sunday.
Rain, flooding to persist through Friday, could clear Sunday
Saturated soils led to widespread urban flooding Thursday, closing roads and submerging fields.
Avalanches, landslides, more floods possible amid heavy rain
The Snohomish River may reach moderate flooding by Thursday afternoon.
Flooding, wind, snow, landslides: weekend may bring it all
Rivers were rising Friday. The Stillaguamish, Snohomish and Skykomish are all predicted to flood.
Arlington, Snohomish could see serious flooding this weekend
Officials are urging Snohomish County residents to plan ahead — and not to drive on flooded roads.
New leadership says no changes at Arlington Resource Center
Volunteers of America will take over after a Lutheran organization dropped the Arlington shelter.
Bite-sized solar powers programs at two local nonprofits
Solar energy panels in Arlington will generate savings for organizations in Everett and Stanwood.
Changes coming for coastal train tracks that endanger salmon
A huge concentration of stream crossings essential to baby chinook salmon are in Snohomish County.
State timber plan worries the biggest employer in town
In Darrington, fewer logs could mean fewer jobs and millions less for the state’s public schools.
It’s not a drought — yet — but low snowpack is closely watched
Snowpack for the central Puget Sound area is 35% of normal, worryingly similar to 2015.
An Arlington Bartell Drugs will help build public schools
The 1.5-acre lot will bring in $483,000 annually for a statewide fund used to build public schools.
Land trust saves half-mile stretch of Whidbey Island beach from development
The Whidbey Camano Land Trust’s 54-acre Possession Sound Preserve will open to the public in 2020.
Annual bird count offers a glimpse of climate change impact
A group centered west of Quil Ceda Village in Marysville will set out to tally species Saturday.
Hearing examiner affirms: Crematorium allowed in Stanwood
A resident challenged the Stanwood hearing examiner’s decision. The request was denied.
Years in the making, plan puts science behind saving farms
The Snohomish Conservation District has a plan to preserve a $157 million agriculture industry.
Stevens Pass opens with new lifts and terrain, shorter lines
Upgrades boost the capacity of the hill and offer more runs for beginner and intermediate shredders.
It’s finally a go: Stevens Pass ski area set to open
After a two-week delay, the Daisy, Skyline Express and Brooks Express lifts open at 9 a.m. Wednesday