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Organizers say this year’s visitors enjoyed experiencing the fair with “a little more shoulder room.”
Meanwhile, cases are popping up at Snohomish County schools, causing many to quarantine at home.
98258 in Lake Stevens saw the biggest gain. Snohomish County is now the fifth-most-diverse in the state.
County officials, meanwhile, are considering an outdoor-event mask requirement and vaccine verification.
Over 1,900 in Snohomish County will get the bonuses for their frontline work during the pandemic.
As people gather over the holiday weekend, officials warn the health care system is in critical condition.
Meanwhile, Gov. Jay Inslee’s vaccine mandates apparently inspired an increase in the state vaccination rate.
One vessel set for removal is the Confusion, a 53-foot cruiser sunk at the 10th Street boat launch.
Adrienne Fraley-Monillas said it was an absent-minded decision to grab her wine glass from dinner.
In Marysville, they shouted obscenities at board members who must comply with a state mask mandate.
Vaccines have tempered this latest wave, officials say, but far more people need to gets their shots.
Lindsey and Matt Mosteller bought their Bothell-area house in January 2020. Now the county needs the land.
Snohomish Health District data continue to show that unvaccinated residents are driving the surge.
Local leaders are pleading with the unvaccinated to get shots. Next best thing: wearing a mask indoors.
Data also show that the county’s Asian, Hispanic and multiracial populations are growing.
Starting Thursday, everyone 5 and up, vaccinated or not, must wear a mask in public indoor spaces.
Providence Regional Medical Center is treating more than 50 COVID patients. Nearly all were unvaccinated.
The best way to get unvaccinated people to wear masks, he said, is to have everyone do it.
Nicole Ng-A-Qui and Richard Yust are running to unseat the Republican, who joined the council in 2017.
Cases are rising as the delta variant takes root. Vaccines, experts say, are the best protection.