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She has worked on projects that fostered artistry and community. Her position has been eliminated.
From his deck in Everett, Jake Bergevin and talented friends have been putting on Thursday night gigs.
“This will maybe start some courageous conversations,” says one woman at the ribbon cutting in Lynnwood.
A car parade around north Everett neighborhoods is an end-of-year goodbye for teachers and students.
Black student union groups in the Edmonds district organized the event, and the county issued a resolution.
With grants ranging from $500 to $21,000, awards go to graduating seniors with diverse lives, goals.
An artist and global traveler, Christine Jubie lived at a care facility before she died of the virus.
Bob DeFrang, at 93, was the first and only customer at Steve Iblings’ shop a day after closure ended.
Pamela Bader taught at Lynnwood’s Beverly Elementary for 54 years. Maltby’s Marie Relph logged 50.
At opposite ends of the spectrum: Group with guns in Snohomish, and those who’d skip calling the police.
Stewart Tolnay’s academic work tallied lynchings. He ponders past horrors and recent deaths of black men.
Homage Senior Services continues to provide weekday meals at Carl Gipson Senior Center and other sites.
City layoffs include a horticulturist, the “heart and soul” of the plant program.
Make-A-Wish and South County Fire staged a first-responder parade past the 3-year-old’s Lynnwood home.
Forty years ago, at age 20, Michael Lienau was trapped with a camera crew days after the mountain blew.
Cars lined up to give away stuff in Lynnwood. In masks and gloves, the nonprofit’s workers were on the job.
During birth center closure at Swedish Edmonds, Providence in Everett saw a springtime baby boom.
A mother bear’s den was accidentally disturbed before the rescue of two cubs. Bigger bears will soon be free.
At the Port of Everett, ramps didn’t close despite coronavirus. Many around the state open next week.
Allison Warren-Barbour focused on family poverty. She’ll soon take a position with Premera Blue Cross.