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The chairwoman of this year’s Out of the Darkness walk honors her son, who died by suicide at age 30.
A review board has set an Oct. 1 hearing on an annexation petition signed 29 times by the mayor.
One flew in Europe, the other in the Pacific. A Stanwood veterans event brought them together.
“Once you’re part of the Down Syndrome Association, you’re part of a family,” said the event organizer.
A family friend spent 122 hours making a quilt remembering 43 lives lost. It will be auctioned Friday.
They built gravity cars during a week-long stay at the University of Washington.
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.