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In addition, a prolific pandemic mask maker and a disaster site volunteer were honored Dec. 10.
In this coronavirus holiday season, we’re all seeking ways to carry on — perhaps making new traditions.
Christmas House won’t open this year due to COVID, but its toys will be distributed at area food banks.
“There is a romance to it,” says a Historic Everett member who researched railroads for a 2021 calendar.
The housing complex is the first phase of redevelopment for an agency that helps those with mental health issues.
“The need is just overwhelming,” VOA volunteer said as hundreds of cars lined up for groceries.
Stanwood-Camano historian, Lincoln scholar Richard Hanks spans decades in “Solemn, the Drums Thrill.”
As a gunner in B-17 “Flying Fortress,” Arlington’s Art Unruh flew 50 missions to fight Nazis in Europe.
With loss of a grant from United Way, Pacific Treatment Alternatives ESTEEM housing program at risk.
A Lake Stevens woman spearheaded the placement of signs to honor those who fought for the right to vote.
Michelle Jeffreys has found a peaceful new life far from where Zoe Galasso and classmates died in 2014.
After eight months of not seeing my 98-year-old mom, a trip to my Spokane hometown was short and sweet.
At 2, Lynnwood’s Malachi Stohr-Hendrickson is a Patient Ambassador with Seattle Children’s Hospital.
As Snohomish Health District offers tips for safer fun, some still plan to hand out candy to kids.
She’s in touch with the man who pleaded guilty. In her daughter’s honor, the Blue Eyes Project helps others.
Members of nonprofit Timber Framers Guild built the structures, each “a piece of art.”
Walt Gillette and Saundra Cope are now Boeing retirees with focus on local arts, culture and children.
“When we got the first money, I cried,” says food bank organizer. Group ready to pick next recipient.
WSU’s medical college is starting an Everett-based internal medicine residency. New docs will come here.
Tyler Fryberg and his former teacher finish 1,000-mile challenge to support Leah’s Dream nonprofit.