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Families and residents can meet the finalists at a public forum Monday at Meadowdale High School.
Directors picked Justin Blasko. A contract is being negotiated. He’s worked in Monroe for 10 years.
The city has room for another downtown hotel, a study said. Some want it on the waterfront.
The governor is orchestrating a four-day bargaining session with both sides led by an MIT professor.
Joe Dwyer turned 100 on Thursday. He celebrated with a party and a dance.
The new state law would make an exception for children at risk of harming themselves or others.
It won’t be in April, but the district could float another bond proposal in August or November.
A new soccer field, covered picnic area and accessibility upgrades are among the improvements.
Three landowners agreed to a temporary road on their property as residents brace for more mudslides.
Children would still be able to order a soda for their meal, but healthier choices would be the default.
If approved, it would fund a new park in the North Hill area and turf fields at Lake Tye Park.
The district’s current administrative office, a 104-year-old schoolhouse, likely will be sold.
Inspectors found new cracks in the road Thursday. The county says one home may be unsafe to occupy.
Emotions are still high after the walkout. Both sides exchanged offers through a federal mediator.
Among 239 total housing units, Kinect@Lynnwood is set to bring 48 low- to moderate-income dwellings.
Many levies are falling short, too, as nine districts Tuesday sought supplemental funding from voters.
About 120 residents need 260th Avenue to drive to town. It could take $1 million and a year to fix.
Since 2014, the roadway’s collision rate was more than three times higher than the state average.
Within a month at Leaders in Learning, Abril Delamora Gonzalez’s grades and attendance recovered.
A third of county residents struggle to afford an average two-bedroom apartment, a new report found.