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Laela Leyva recently competed in a National American Miss pageant and does sports year-round.
Crossroads High School students decorated the school’s restroom stalls with images and quotes.
Eliminating the state parks pass in favor of a vehicle licensing fee is one possibility being studied.
Volunteers picked three acres of corn that will be delivered to food banks throughout the state.
An open house is scheduled from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at Frontier Heights Park.
The new schools were built with money from a $111 million bond passed by voters in 2015.
“It’s hard to explain to a 5-year-old when they don’t understand what a strike is,” one mom said.
The place will have a rustic feel and a Bigfoot theme, apropos the scenic location near Darrington.
The second Adventures of a Lumberjack 5K is scheduled for Sunday at Bob’s Corn in Snohomish.
A follow-up survey is open now to see how the public would divvy up dollars for education.
The two-acre property on the Stillaguamish River in Silvana includes a replica Old West town.
The Sno-Isle Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday evening to hire Lois Langer Thompson.
It’s an early step in a long process to review possibilities for the scenic byway.
Jeff Newell and Ron Wachholtz rode from Arlington to Alaska to raise money for diabetes research.
The 110th state fair in Monroe kicked off Thursday and continues through Labor Day.
The Bartelheimers, of Snohomish, were chosen as this year’s Snohomish County Centennial Farm Family.
Some ideas to save money, give back and get to and around the fair.
“It would be very difficult for me to tell a patient, ‘I don’t know why this disease is happening.’”
Some object to placing equipment in the Glacier Peak wilderness and using helicopters to do so.
Snohomish County students are among the 32 admitted to the Pathway Research Explorer Program.