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Some people get confused by blank crosswalk buttons.
But other higher-need safety projects take priority.
Road reflectors sometimes disappear and won’t be replaced until summer.
Bicycles, phones, umbrellas, glasses and IDs are the most common items.
Heritage High senior Kimberly Smoley plans a career in dermatology.
History, Genealogy, Lodges, Senior Games
Needle Arts, Written Arts, Senior Support
Her work is on display at the Schack Art Center and she hopes to become an animator.
Don’t forget to be considerate so officers will know you are not a threat to their safety.
Women’s Groups & Causes, Senior Socials
A new system is in the works from Boeing to Bothell, Lynnwood, Mill Creek and Mountlake Terrace.
Heavy rains have filled the Snohomish River and its tributaries to the point that cranes have had to park on the U.S. 2 trestle three… Continue reading
AMVETS hopes to avoid stepping on the toes of nearby American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts.
AIM High School in Snohomish, an alternative program, lets Erik Linder compete across the world.
Sealing pavement cracks is a cheap way to extend the useful life of a road used by many agencies tasked with road upkeep. The filled… Continue reading
The Washington State Department of Transportation is upgrading all of its remaining three-rope median cable barriers in the region to four ropes. “This gives the… Continue reading
Marysville Pilchuck senior Cheyenne Coe decided she wants to be an emergency room nurse.
Baker Drive includes an odd little U-shaped access street that runs mostly parallel to Mukilteo Boulevard, the main drag through Everett’s Boulevard Bluffs neighborhood. It… Continue reading
A surge in boardings in 2017 pushed Washington State Ferries to its highest ridership since 2002. The nation’s largest ferry system carried nearly 24.5 million… Continue reading