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A public groundbreaking ceremony is set for Wednesday, with work preparing the site starting in June.
Crossing 35th Avenue SE and Highway 96 presents problems for some students who walk to school.
Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory spent the past 16 years overseeing major growth and expansion.
Her decision follows a lengthy medical leave, which gave her a “renewed perspective” on life.
Monsanto is accused of sickening adults and children by exposing them to toxic substances.
It’s so clean now, there’s not as much to do, so they’re planning to take on Main Street, too.
The U.S. Geological Survey says Glacier Peak poses a “very high threat” and needs better monitoring.
Joe Rantz and his underdog U.S. crew shocked the world by winning Olympic gold in 1936.
Two sophomores at Marysville Pilchuck and Snohomish high schools get six-weeks to study in Spain.
The park was set to grow from 27 acres to 129 acres. The public can weigh in before Tuesday meeting.
Three meetings are planned this month to talk about enrollment growth and ways to address it.
He is raffling off a trip for two to see his newest “Jurassic Park” installment.
But Granite Falls is expecting to eliminate three teaching positions.
The City Council last year adopted a resolution to work on what’s being called Complete Streets.
Of 120,261 ballots cast in Snohomish and Island counties, 60,678 — 50.46 percent — were in favor.
Remembrances are planned for the 13-year-old, whose cause of death has not been released.
The free event in Everett will feature 50-minute workshops and vessel safety checks.
An estimated 1,350 south end students would be shifted under a proposal.
The college has signed an amicus brief challenging the Trump administration’s termination.
The state estimates that one in every 25 students experienced homelessness in the 2016-17 school year.