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The city will begin accepting applications on Monday. Much of downtown Stanwood is off limits.
Races involving 73 cars are on Saturday at a converted ranch where striped pavement belongs to kids.
Lily Morgan, a Sultan High grad, was involved in almost every club at school, plus sports.
The couple who’ve filled the roles since it opened are stepping aside.
Opening Sept. 1, it will also have a cafe and bingo hall, which will double as a performance venue.
The national effort is a celebration of quilting, agriculture and history meant to draw visitors.
A shooting shattered freshman year, but Marysville Pilchuck grads don’t want that alone to define them.
Nearly 400 names have been submitted for the walkway planned for the new high school grandstands.
It’s looking for people 55 and older to volunteer at sites such as schools or youth organizations.
Planners envision a depiction of the row of mailboxes that once marked Steelhead Drive.
Dr. Philip Ranheim’s medical office has been there since 1998.
She’s eyeing Edmonds Community College, and figures she’ll need a steady job to support her passion.
If she goes back to school, her goal would be an advanced degree in biomedical engineering.
The city ordered Eric Durpos to take training after complaints about angry workplace behavior.
Jason Thompson has already been immersed in a proposal to restructure the two high schools.
Voters in 2016 approved a $116 million bond for the overhaul and a new elementary and preschool.
The proposed $15 charge does not have to be approved by voters.
Booming enrollment at Washington Connections Academy includes 105 Snohomish County students.
Memorial Day weekend begins the peak season for drownings.
A trailer that has housed the service for 40 years will be cleared for a new civic center.