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A Lake Stevens mom and daughter helped push for the Washington ABLE program
Kathy Hahn, who started the careers-in-education class at Lake Stevens High School, is retiring.
Two friends are making the 6,000-mile round trip at 16 mph to raise money for diabetes research.
The New family knew nothing about forestry. Now they’ve been named the state’s top tree farmers.
An open house is planned later this month so people can see what the county offices may look like.
‘I have three options I’m staring at now,’ Anna King says.
City leaders adopted a plan that calls for more homes, businesses, lake access and road work.
Officials remind people to stay clear of the area, a popular but sometimes deadly destination.
He’s going to be OK, but he has undergone two surgeries. Lake Stevens police are seeking tips.
The city proposes to remove up to 3,000 cubic yards of sediment over a period of up to 10 years.
For more than 50 years, blueberry farming in Marysville has been part of the Schmidt family summers.
Funds would be used for a new police and jail building, which are to become part of a civic campus.
Edgar Shepherd survived a ship sinking in the Pacific, so he took a pass on whitewater rafting.
It started with a group of pilots protesting rule changes for a Canadian airshow
Samantha Coughlan graduated from Everett High School and earned an associate degree from EvCC.
A public hearing is scheduled during Monday’s City Council meeting.
Professionals and amateurs can show off their skills this weekend at the Aquatic Center.
The city earlier this month finalized more than $12 million in financing.
Jeff Koble, a Darrington appointee, wrote of “drunk Indians and government handouts” in a text message.
More than 40 locations offer food at no cost for those 18 and younger