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“Every supportive sign and all the smiling eyes above the masks remind us we are not alone.”
Some offenders will now receive a ticket instead of possible jail time.
Director Shawn Anderson moved to Texas. Now, the board has 90 days to replace him.
Half the school, about 230 students, will be on the Everett campus each day for in-person learning.
More people died in Snohomish County during the past four weeks than during the previous six months.
Dr. George Diaz, who treated the country’s first coronavirus patient, was among the first vaccine recipients.
Four pods, containing a total of 3,900 doses, are headed to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.
The historic milestone comes while hospitalizations and deaths from COVID remain high.
Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps members help with testing, screening and, soon, vaccinating.
Mayor Mike Nelson said the city council-confirmed candidate omitted information on his application.
The two key officials talked with us about next steps in the ongoing response to COVID-19.
At least one county hospital will be getting early doses of the Pfizer vaccine, officials said.
The controversial vote followed an hour of public comment and multiple calls to delay the decision.
Jay Inslee also announced another $50 million in economic relief and could boost unemployment payments.
Housing Hope is exploring locations with the Edmonds School District and Edmonds Lutheran Church.
It could be the largest long-term-care outbreak the state has seen during the pandemic.
He currently serves as chief of police for the Sauk-Suiattle Police Department near Darrington.
A new exposure notification app is here, and vaccines are on the way, but the virus continues to surge.
Health care workers and long-term care residents would be among first to receive early doses.
More than 20 such facilities are dealing with outbreaks as countywide infections continue to rise.