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Only 27 percent of Snohomish County rivers and streams were in good health or better, a new program found.
The Department of Ecology will take comments on the Oil Spill Contingency Plan Tuesday in Everett.
The airport earned a third-party certification this week for its program to preserve water quality.
There are several theories as to what’s causing the smell, but the exact source remains unknown.
The 167-acre Barnum Point County Park offers 2.5 miles of trails through forest and meadows.
Great weather, new events and increased marketing all contributed to a huge turnout for the fair.
Glacier Peak High School’s Tami Caraballo is a finalist for the state Teacher of the Year award.
Improvements will help with the Snohomish park’s eventual expansion. Construction begins mid-September.
But lots of state land is off limits as DNR works on a conservation plan for the marbled murrelet.
Once drained for farming, 150 acres at Port Susan is returning to its natural state.
I’m not exactly your picturesque fan — but I love a good monster truck show, and here’s why.
Snohomish councilmembers approved a year-long pilot project allowing WATVs on city streets 35 mph or under.
Find classic fair favorites and some new additions at the Evergreen State Fair through Sept. 2.
Snohomish County Public Works has installed live traffic webcams at five solid waste facilities.
The second annual event gave local South Asian communities a platform to showcase their cultures.
An Oregon professor spent a year on Whidbey studying river otters for insight into the environment.
A delivery truck hit the softball field fence, where a Special Olympics competition was taking place.
City leaders expect backyards and lower prices to attract homebuyers willing to make a long commute.
Drawn by trash and left-out food, bears scrounge campsites for easy meals.
After 20 years at the helm of the Snohomish Conservation District, Monte Marti is retiring Aug. 9.