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Snohomish County students are among the 32 admitted to the Pathway Research Explorer Program.
19 applied but it’s been narrowed down to 3 candidates for the job which pays at least $170,000.
A week after election night, the margin of passage was 11 votes, with few ballots left to count.
“If I can make a difference and save one kid’s life, that’s my mission,” the teen’s grandmother said.
Erin White has been shooting arrows since she was 8. She loves to travel and see new places.
If you are concerned, ask someone if they are thinking of killing themselves.
The secret arrangement barred some volunteers from helping with the Marysville event.
The terms of a homeowners association agreement bar residents in one neighborhood from opposing it.
Alexis Eacret took first place for women at the O-Mok-See competition in Idaho a few weeks ago.
The land where Fran Burnside made childhood memories will be protected habitat for salmon and birds.
North Counties Family Services lost laptops, audio and video equipment and checks in the break-in.
“You see these moms and they’re doing it,” said Abigail Hulce, 19. “It gives you hope.”
The cost of admission to Kornstock is a nonperishable food item or cash donation.
Stay safe and drink lots of water as temperatures hover in the 80s and 90s.
Eight fire and EMS tax requests are on the Aug. 7 primary ballot.
Youth and Government program lets young people take on all the roles to run a government.
A Lake Stevens mom and daughter helped push for a savings program for people with disabilities.
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.